Menungang Eldew Café introduces its new set of menu that are made from Palaweño ingredients, which means these are all sourced out from within the island.
Jasper Camacho, Officer In Charge of the café, said that their latest move aims to introduce herbs from Palawan to the local and international habitues, and consequentially help local farmers. “Yung new menu namin ay more on pika-pika na foods.
‘Yung ingredients nito, yung mga herbs, purchased in Palawan kasi we also want to help he local farmers, lalo na yung coffee bean farmers,” he said.
Their new set of menu includes “Beef Cheese Steak on Toast” that has the right blend of cheesy buttery flavor on meat. You’ll never say no when you get a bite of “Salt and Pepper Steak” loaded with meat that melts in your tongue. It also has the right kick of saltiness and flavors that will burst in your tastebuds. There is more to that.
Menungang Eldew Cafe has more to offer for you, their ” Beed Burrito” and “Beef Fajita Overload” will surely leave you craving for more, ad these are topped with load ka of flavors and herbs. These nicely presented offerings will allow you to get that “Instagrammable foodie shot” at the café not to mention getting a happy tummy. “Sanglai Mojos” (sanglai which means “Sweet Potato” in the native Palaw’an dialect) is potato mojos-inspired but instead of using potatos, the café used sweet potatos for a healthier and Palaweño-inspired dish. They have more to offer, from dishes to beverages.
You can also have a sip of their juices that are all organic and have nostalgic flavors. For procaffeinated people, ammaretto coffee is for you as you can feel the heart of roasted coffee bean in every sip with a kick of bubble gum flavor. Menungang Eldew Cafe is more than just a coffee shop. It is a shop of culture and heritage, of love and good times.