The Restaurant

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The Crescent Moon Cafe serves scrumptious Southeast Asian-inspired dishes as part of its a la carte menu and Sunday buffet. Our in-house alagao salad and our homemade suman have been written about and photographed hundreds of times by various publications and bloggers. Should you have any dietary restrictions, let our kitchen know in advance so we can do our best to cater to your needs.

Alagaw salad, an adaptation of the Thai street food and snack miang kham.

Alagaw salad, an adaptation of the Thai street food and snack miang kham.

Sticky rice and coconut goodness paired with sweet mango. Our suman was dubbed by Food Magazine as

Sticky rice and coconut goodness paired with sweet mango. Our suman was dubbed by Food Magazine as “the best suman in Antipolo.”

House favorites include pumpkin coconut soup, spicy mussels and pineapple soup, salmon teriyaki, twice-cooked pork adobo with mulberry sauce, Thai curry, chicken wings with Vietnamese glaze and mayo mulberry dip, among others.

The restaurant is a colorful, open air structure that allows you to dine with nature, savoring not only the food but also a view of our garden and koi pond.

Our kitchen is open from Wednesday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. We have an a la carte menu and offer weekend lunch buffet from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The buffet menu is posted weekly on our Facebook page. Reservations are highly encouraged.

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