With the friendly hum of a busy coffee shop, Café Jeepney offers breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets daily and an à la carte menu on Sundays. A flood of sunlight is replaced by romantic candles after dark as guests enjoy signature dishes including Pancit Palabok and Mango Crêpe Samurai.
Adding a light touch are assorted parts, paintings and photos of the famous jeepney, the public bus whose origins can be traced to the American military jeeps left on the islands after the Second World War.
This month, Hotel Intercon Manila highlights Davaoeño fare at their all day dining buffet restaurant, Cafe Jeepney. Davao Food Authority Chef Paddy Lascano and Cake Specialist Chef Booboo Maramba talk about the unique cuisine Davao has.
InterContinental Manila’s iconic native-themed coffee shop Cafe Jeepney showcases Cebuano delicacies as part of their lunch and dinner buffets until January 31. Chef Gilbert Alan Mathay talks about the buffet highlights.
Spend your afternoon at the InterContinental Manila with a cup of tea or a glass of wine. For less than 500 pesos, indulge in either Filipino High Tea Delight or Wine Flights offerings in their famed Cafe Jeepney and Gambrinus Bar. Food and Beverage Director Ed Vitug talks more about their latest promos.