May 02, 2017

View Deck Café in Davao

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  • The View Deck Café is one of the three in-house dining options in Malagos Garden Resort. In this restaurant, you will be able to devour on Malagos’ popular single-origin Malagos Chocolate, which is proudly made from Philippines’ pure cacao beans.

    Interior

    The place is a favorite among tourists because of its relaxing ambience, having an outdoor setup with a scenic view of what Malagos Garden has to offer. It is a perfect place to spend lunch or snack with after a day of touring the whole resort. It’s a typical place for family and friends and also for couples. It is a convenient place as well as it is located near the many attractions where you can just easily go to after you dine in.

    A cup of Malagos (P110)

    Flourless cake (P155)

    What they offer here in View Deck Café are artisan cooking, something unique and flavorful. When visiting the resort, don’t forget to order their sweets made from Malagos chocolates that will definitely make you come back.

    Tablea cake (P95)

    In the restaurant, you can also buy various Malagos chocolate products such as chocolate bars and cacao nibs that you can use for baking and cooking. Their chocolate products are exported to other countries such as in Japan, and have been awarded in several Chocolate Awards held in countries such as in the United Kingdom, Germany, and Singapore.

    *Prices may change without prior notice

                 
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