National Highway, San Marcelino, Zambales
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and i so love it here :)
we were heading to Pundaquit and noticed a yellow tarp on the R, we had coffee and light snacks at 7/11 since we're not sure if we'll be able to pass by a fastfood/karinderia along the way.. suprisingly, this yellow tarp which says 'Rosa Farms' had a cafe!!! wöööw! lucky me/us!
and since this is a mango farm, we couldn't resist their mango shake! it's refreshingly good! (they offer ripe and unripe)
we also had 🥕 veggie lumpia, chicken barbeque and grilled bangus! all were good, all meals are good to share, and what's great about it is that it's cheap too!
the owner, mr. Zulueta is so warm and friendly, he is hands on and makes sure that the cafe customers are satisfied with their stay/food. 🏻 two thumbs up for you, sir!
and also, while waiting for our food to be served, you can roam around the farm, play ball, go hide and seek, have small 🤷🏻♀️ talks or kulitan with friends in any of their cabana, swing around or simply take a nap since the wind is so relaxing... probinsyang probinsya feels! 🏻
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knew this place through byahe ni drew TV show and I was so curious to try their pick and pay., (where you pick your mangoes then you pay for it)
unfortunately, we weren't able to try the pick and pay since harvest time is on May5...
but since the place is so interesting we gave it a quick visit on our way back to Manila.,
the owner was so accommodating he even tell us stories about the farm, interesting facts about mangoes and yeah we did enjoy the food they offer on their small outdoor cafe.,
we had mango shake
(really good with milk)
some of us tried bukid blend coffee and their mint tea., ingredients are freshly picked from the farm.,
we bought our pasalubongs like dried mangoes and bagoong plus those cheap lovely bayongs
we enjoyed staying at the farm., reminds me of childhood vacations on provinces where you play games under a big tree., there's a basketball court, DIY swings and lovely cabanas.,
we plan to just drop by and buy pasalubongs but we didn't notice that we were there for almost 2 hours.... cause the place is really welcoming, so relaxing plus the owner is sooo into his love for mangoes. he's really nice. he even texted me a day after our visit just to ask me if we enjoyed our stay....
would love to go back on harvest day to experience the pick and pay., hope my sked permits...
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Rosa Farms is a destination close tomy heart. The farm has a rich family history of true mango love.
Enjoy the pick and pay activity, chill under the big mango trees and beautiful cabanas, everything just brings you back to your childhood. :)
Oh, we have a promo for this summer too! Just visit www.rosafarms.com :)
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