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Tondo’s newest Kuya

A new restaurant and café opens in Tondo, Manila. 

The restaurant and café serves coffee concoctions and dessert items, including the bestselling Tablea Cake. 
Homegrown chain Kuya J opens its second Café + Restaurant outlet at Deca Mall in Tondo. The newly opened branch serves comforting coffee brews such as the rich Kuya J Café House Blend, creamy cappuccino, and chocolatey tablea coffee, along with favorite desserts such as guava cake, tablea cake, and salted egg cheesecake. 

Customers can also enjoy single servings of Kuya J’s bestsellers such as the Grilled Scallops, Beef Caldereta, and Chorizo Dinamitas. 

Kuya J Café and Restaurant opens its second branch at Deca Mall in Tondo, Manila. 
Gracing the opening were Kuya J Group president Winglip Chang, marketing director Ton Gatmaitan, chief operating officer Richard Joseph Li, Kuya J Café + Restaurant Deca Mall franchise owners Cherry Rocha, Aileen Rocha, and Joanne Rocha, Comisario Central, Inc. chief operating officer Anton Dator, 8990 Holdings, Inc. chairman emeritus Luis Yu, Jr., and singer Pops Fernandez. 

Present at the opening are (from left) Kuya J Group marketing director Ton Gatmaitan; chief operating officer Richard Joseph Li; president Winglip Chang; Pops Fernandez; Kuya J Café + Restaurant Deca Mall franchise owners Cherry Rocha, Aileen Rocha, and Joanne Rocha; Comisario Central, Inc. chief operating officer Anton Dator, and 8990 Holdings, Inc. chairman emeritus Luis Yu Jr.
Following the Tondo branch launch, the third Kuya J Café + Restaurant has recently opened at Rockwell Sheridan in Mandaluyong City. 

Topics: Café + Restaurant , Kuya J Café House Blend , Ton Gatmaitan , Winglip Chang
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