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Café Jeepney at InterContinental Manila

Intercontinental Manila prides itself as a premier landmark, blessed with a great location in the Makati Central Business District. Located just across premier shopping destinations like Glorietta and Makati, it boasts 5-star amenities such as an in-house spa, the largest pool in the city, a sprawling garden, and 332 guestrooms and suites for every taste and comfort.

Contact Info

Café Jeepney
G/F InterContinental Manila
1 Ayala Avenue, Makati
(02) 793 7000

Valid Daily for Lunch & Dinner:
Lunch, 12nn - 2:30pm
Dinner, 6:30pm - 10:30pm

Café Jeepney excels at providing comfort food that would make your grandmother proud

Made up of Philippine and international favourites, Café Jeepney excels at providing comfort food that would make your grandmother proud. A time-tested staff that knows how to give good service. Waiters know when to approach and assist. They make every effort to satisfy all requests. This is a restaurant where gastronomy and history ensure you will have a worthwhile experience and at its core provides great value for your pocket.

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Don’t miss out on their Chicken Binakol

Start off your meal with their old-style Lumpiang Ubod packed with garlic, onions, pork, shrimp, and ubod (heart of palm) with sweetened peanut sauce. Don’t miss out on their Chicken Binakol—native chicken cooked with coconut juice and served inside a coconut—for some comfort food this rainy season. Add to that the famous La Paz Batchoy with Puto Manapla with robust pork broth, meke noodles, pork, pork liver, chicken gizzards, and chicharon.

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On Café Jeepney's Iloilo Food Festival

Cafe Jeepney assures you of a different spread each day

It is Cafe Jeepney’s pleasure to bring you some Cebuano delights from the famous Lechon de Cebu, Balbacua Cebuano, Tinowa (Cebu’s version of Sinigang), Dried Danggit (dried salted fish) Torta de Argao (a meat, seafood, or vegetable patty flavored with fresh coconut wine), Chicharon de Cebu (pork cracklin), Cebuano Chorizo, Otap, Budbud Kabog (millet and coocnut milk rolls). Cafe Jeepney assures you of a different spread each day.

Foodie Manila
On Café Jeepney's Cebu Food Festival