Some steps away from Casa Rap’s dining area is its Prayer Room.
Pass trees, a gravel path and a concrete bridge overlooking a ravine, the prayer room sits in isolation. It’s basically a small greenhouse-like structure; inside, two benches sit opposite each other and in the middle, a small stone table.
Not really a prayer room with statues and the works, it’s more like a place where one can have some peace and quiet. I guess Casa Rap’s owner, being a former nun, just named it as such.
I find the place really peaceful; a good place to maybe read a book, have a nap, or just reflect on how good Casa Rap’s Halo-Halo is. The place shines golden during sunset; unfortunately, the restaurant is only open ‘til five in the afternoon.
Don’t miss the opportunity to check this little nook if you chance to drop by Casa Rap.