I am always on the look out for places that I am the only customer – rustic, cozy, shabby. Name it, if it is quiet and they serve coffee, I am in. When we were in Wilcon Center, Visayas Avenue in Quezon City, we are looking for a place to lounge and chat. We saw this at the corner of the place.
I like the look and feel of the place, it has coffee beans, deli counter for pastries, cacti as centerpiece, and a wood/brick, open ceiling aesthetic.
I actually do not have an idea that this is a crocodile cafe, they serve croc meat in wide variety sumptuous dishes. They have their own farm where they breed and farm crocodiles. At first I am frightened to eat croc meat but after learning that it is healthy I gave it a try.
It is bland like chicken meat but it compliments the flavors you add. There is no overpowering meat taste like beef or pork. But I don’t think I am going to crave for it as I pity crocodiles being serve on our table. I just feel that crocs are not the meal type meat we would normally eat, but yeah, it is delicious.
They even sells ready to cook croc meat like tocino and others for a reasonable price. You can buy it and cook your own dish.