The easiest way you can instruct your local driver to take you to this “dessert triangle” is to tell him to drop you off at L’Fisher Hotel. To the right of the hotel is where C’s is located. You can find Felicia’s on its right and across C’s and Felicia’s is the Balay Quince building where Calea is.
When commuting via jeepney, you can ride jeepneys with routes going to Bata-Libertad or Mandalagan-Libertad, which pass by Lacson Street. Minimum fare for students and senior citizens is at PhP5 while regular jeepney fare is at PhP6.50.
Other than C’s, Calea, and Felicia’s, there are other dessert places like Bob’s Café near Ramos Avenue; Miren Café near Convergys and Art District; and Ann Co Cakes across Quali Tea, Shawarma Habibi, and Avenue Suites.
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