Firstly, I should just tell you that you should try their "Champorado". It's just so perfect with Tagaytay weather. It's the type of cravings that you want to have when it's cold and foggy.
Kuuma kakao has been our go to cafe, or resto, or whatever you may call it. It feels just so homey. I remember meeting the very nice old lady who owns the 1st store in Magallanes drive when was just starting a small stall like store near Starbucks. She was very attentive to every customer who pulls inside her small store. Now after awhile Kuuma kakao has found a new place and it has a much grander space to accommodate more people who just craves champorados and bibingkas(the salted egg one is our favorite! ^_^)
Okay, enough with some witty words to describe what kuuma kakao is. Just take a look here are some pictures we have taken on one rainy