We dropped by Café 1925 to cap off our half-day jaunt in Silay City.
We were still a bit full from our late breakfast so we just ordered some drinks, Cafe Mocha (Php45.00) for me (I would have preferred it blended but they don’t have those) and Iced Tea (Php45.00) for L. We paired it with Bruschetta (Php80.00), which is toasted homemade bread topped with tomatoes, garlic and parsley.
Café 1925 is owned by the Gaston Family; the same ones I think who owned the Balay Negrense house. Passing through its multi-colored glass door, we were greeted with floor to ceiling paintings of Bacolod landmarks. The floor and furniture were made of wood adding a sense of coziness to the place.
The café is not that big, seating only around 20 persons inside and about 6 outside.
We weren’t able to finish off our food, the flavor being too strong for our taste but we did find their choices interesting, especially since they have a different menu each week. I heard their pastas were excellent but we were really too full.
Serving size was quite generous and service was superb, very friendly and chatty staff.
The rain poured as we were having sipping coffee, a perfect way to end our mini tour of Silay City.
14 J. Ledesma St., Silay City, Negros Occidental
Open Monday to Saturday, 9am-10pm | Sunday 9am-8:30pm
Trip Itinerary Summary
Café Bob’s | BREDCO Port Revisited | Grand Regal Hotel | San Sebastian Cathedral | Capitol Park & Lagoon | La Corona Café | Sweet Greens Deli Café
Calea | Dinner at The Ruins | San Diego Cathedral | Silay Ancestral Houses | El Ideal Bakery & Refreshment | The Bernardino Jalandoni Museum
Balay Negrense Museum | Café 1925 | Resto Grill sa Baybay | Lupit Church | Business Inn | Virgie’s Homemade Products | Starbucks Global Icon Mug