Sta. Rosa St., Dumaguete, Negros Oriental

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Christa U.
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|ooloo reviews are a great way to redeem visits to places/restaurants that didn't have a good first impression. Such is the case with my visit to Qyosko, which I forgot to make a review for the first time I came around a couple months ago. 🤣🤣

Since then, their somewhat confusing restaurant-slash-cafe has made major renovations. Their frontage now has big and brightly lit windows and interiors. Their place looks more café like and welcoming. The inside is no longer partitioned into two: an un-airconditioned canteen-like part, and an airconditioned coffee/cafe place. Now it's just one big, open, smooth room with nice wall decorations and a well lit area. You can say it's cosy, artistic, and a tad hipster!

For the food, I can't say much since I was here after dinner and all I had was a chocolate milkshake. But the choco milkshake was good, and very reasonably priced at P70! They also offer desserts and coffee, and you can even order take-out for coffee (they have a small take-out window!) They've still maintained a little of the old place - which is an area something like a canteen where you can pick food from what's available, or you can order from the overhead menu.

There's parking space outside for cars and motorcycles, but as it's downtown it's easy to get to from most anywhere in the main areas of Dumaguete. And, one of the appeals of the place, is that it's open much later than the other cafes and restaurants in the area. 128512

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