Caffe’ Sant’Antonio: Your Coffee and Tea Haven

Photo from Caffe' Sant'Antonio's FB page

Experience a delightful combination of good coffee, delicious food, company, and faith at Caffe’ Sant’Antonio, a cafe managed by the congregation of the Rogationists of the Heart of Jesus.


Caffe’ Sant’Antonio offers a variety of drinks, both hot and cold, from caffeinated beverages to milk tea, to herbal teas. You can never go wrong with a good cup of coffee or a shot of espresso (₱75) for that needed wake-up call. You can have it plain, with whipped cream (₱95), or with a dash of liquor (₱135) for that extra kick.

For a slightly healthier alternative to Starbucks, try their Frappe al Latte’ with grande prices not exceeding ₱190. The Al Cioccolato di Java (with Java chocolate chips), Alla Banana e Fragola (with bananas and strawberries), and Kiwi Banana are their best sellers. Banana plantations and various herbs are being grown at the back to have them fresh for every dish.

If you do not drink coffee, treat yourself to a Cioccolato Caldo (₱150) or a hot chocolate and milk.

Tea fanatics can get a taste of freshly served herbal tea, straight from the garden for ₱135/pot. They offer tarragon, peppermint, and rosemary varieties (or a combination of your choice), with additional stevia sweetener upon request. Though, the herbal flavors are best served as is, partnered with a sweet munchie on the side.

Want something cold? They also offer milk tea flavors such as Wintermelon (₱80) and the Te Amo Al Latte (₱120), their bestsellers. For added bite, Perle Nere (black pearls), Budino all’uovo (egg pudding), or Gelatina Di Caffe’ (coffee jelly) toppings are available for ₱20 each.

All-day breakfast and other dishes

Down for breakfast, lunch, or dinner? Caffe’ Sant’Antonio serves all-day breakfast, various sandwiches, soup, and specialty pasta based on authentic Italian cuisine. The Spaghetti alla Puttanesca and Spaghetti con Melanzane are a must-try if you want a true experience of Italy on your plate.

Other praised dishes such as the Melanzane (₱126), cooked eggplant in olive oil and spices, and their Porchetta (₱1,995-₱3,885) are worth every peso.


Looking for more delicious pizza, just like those from Casetta del Divino Zelo? Step into their pizzeria next door and bask in the warm sunlight on the outdoor patio surrounded by hanging plants and vines – a “mini” Italy. Experience their food culture from 10:30 AM to 9:30 PM every Tuesday to Sunday.


Though blueberry cheesecake, red velvet, and moist carrot cake are must-tries at ₱150/slice, it is the uniquely flavored muffins that are the stars. Of course, you cannot go wrong with a banana muffin (₱65), but if you are looking for something new, their kiwi muffin (₱75) is worthy of praise.

Non-food delights

After eating or when deciding whether to try another dish, look around the cafe and marvel at the life size statues, scale models, and other religious artifacts. Mini statues of Jesus, Mary, and other saints are available for at least ₱300. If you’re up for it, smile and take a snapshot with a cut out of Pope Francis before leaving.

The Essentials

  • Business name: Caffe’ Sant’Antonio
  • Address: Km. 51.8 Aguinaldo Highway, Lalaan 2, Silang, Cavite
  • Contact Number: +63 917 554 5564
  • Operating Hours: 8:00AM – 10:00PM (Tues to Sun)
  • Facebook Page Link
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