Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafè

January 23, 2017


"Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world"
Dreamland Arts and Cafe is located at Brgy San Jose, Tagaytay City. It is just near the Tagaytay Rotunda, less than 5 minutes walk from there. Beside the Cityland Tower.


Theme: Bohemian, Indie Culture, Arts and Craft, Dreamcatchers, Coachella

This place got popular in just a matter of time, maybe because of it’s unique theme. It’s quite catchy especially to teenagers and women. They are also known for their arts and crafts where you can make your own dreamcatcher.


You’ll surely like the place. The ambiance is calm and quiet. If you’re looking for a place to chill and chitchat, it’s definitely the one! They don’t have aircon here, but don’t worry it’s not warm here in Tagaytay unlike in Manila. The weather here is just fine, well, most of the time.


They also sell some stuffs like bracelets, necklace, rings, and dreamcatchers. The prices are expensive though. They range from Php 100.00 and above.


Color While Wait: You can doodle or write anything you want while waiting for your order and you can place it on their post-it corner. I like the “Color Your Dreams and Make Them Happen” part.


Pagpasok nyo pa lang may sign na agad na NO WIFI ZONE and even pagpasok meron ulit. Haha! Hindi namin sy naging problem ni Karissa kasi pag magkasama naman talaga kami ay puro kwentuhan talaga. Enjoy the place, the food, and bond with your family and friends! Less phone, para mas fun! 😉



They’ll give you their menu and this jar with your table number. This jar comes with a pen and a piece of paper inside. You can write your own orders. Cool isn’t it? 🙂

I wasn’t mistaken about the food being pricey but it is so worth it! Sobrang nabusog kami sa inorder namin.


Karissa ordered Pasta Alfredo while I ordered Baked Mac because their staff said it’s one of their best seller and she was right. Their Baked Mac was really really good and you should try it! Prices are at Php180.00 each (Pasta)

Presentation: It was simple yet it looks delicious. They’re really creative in their presentation. They use glasswares that really fit their theme.

Taste: The Baked Mac was one of the best I’ve ever tasted. The Chicken Alfredo lacks on cheese, just my opinion because I really like cheese on my pasta.


I ordered Strawberries and Cream frappe while Karissa ordered Choconut frappe. Okay, I actually forgot what she ordered pero it’s something chocolate. Lol! Prices range at Php180.00 each (frappe).

We also ordered s’mores. It’s just good for two and it costs Php160.00 already. It’s just nutella, marshmallows and graham crackers anyway.

They also have seats upstairs which are best for groups. I took  some photos upstairs for you guys. Good thing naabutan namin nung nagbukas sila ng lights kasi inabot kami ng 5pm. Haha!



Maganda din naman kahit downstairs. You can comfortably sit while eating and chatting. May part malapit sa wall na for Dreamlands’ newly wed. Naabutan namin yung isang couple dun. And sa labas nung place may vintage van.


So to wrap it up, I give this place FOUR STARS ★★★★ (Extraordinary experience). It’s just a bit pricey. But I tell you guys, it’s worth it. Karissa and I loved it here, and we’ll definitely come back.


“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us. And the world will live as one.”― John Lennon

Update: This post was 2015 pa. I posted this on my previous blog and it is one of the most viewed. Just an update on this place, they have rearranged the place a bit ata. Hindi pa din ako nakakabalik dito after my first try. Haha. If you guys want an updated one, please comment it down below. 😊

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