Café Inggo 1587 has bagged the 2021 Travelers’ Choice award for Restaurants – a testament to its continuous efforts to delight diners amid the challenges brought about by the pandemic.
“Café Inggo 1587 is pleased at receiving this coveted award from the world’s largest travel community platform, Tripadvisor,” said owner Vic Alcuaz.
Alcuaz said the award, which celebrates businesses that consistently deliver fantastic experiences to diners around the globe, coincided with the restaurant’s fourth anniversary in August.
“I know the past year has been extremely challenging for tourism businesses. What has impressed me is how businesses adapted to these challenges, implementing new cleanliness measures, adding social distancing guidelines, and utilizing technology to prioritize guest safety,” said Kanika Soni, chief commercial officer of Tripadvisor.
“The Travelers’ Choice Awards highlight the places that are consistently excellent – delivering quality experiences time and time again even while navigating changing customer expectations and new ways of working. Based on a full year of reviews from customers, this award speaks to the great service and experience you provided guests in the midst of a pandemic,” she added.
To see diner reviews and popular dishes of Café Inggo 1587, go to www.tripadvisor.com.ph/Restaurant_Review-g298574-d13124974-Reviews-Cafe_Inggo_1587-Quezon_City_Metro_Manila_Luzon.html
Café Inggo 1587 opened on August 8, 2017 as a “concept café” primarily in the service of the thousands of parishioners of Santo Domingo Church in Quezon City, the largest Catholic church in the metropolis.
It serves Filipino and Spanish favorites along with an array of cakes and desserts like bibingka and puto bumbong.
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