Café, Food, Restaurant

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café: A Must-Visit Café in Tagaytay

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café – Last Saturday, we decided to visit Tagaytay for another quick weekend getaway. Since we have a travel credit in Airbnb, we used some of it to book a one night staycation at Cityland Tagaytay Prime Residences. Our plan was to visit some of the popular Tagaytay tourist spots, restaurants and café. The first spot that we visited was the Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café since it’s just beside Cityland. This cafe is located in Tagaytay City just a few meters away from the Olivares – Tagaytay Rotonda.

Dreamland Arts & Crafts


I’ve been to Tagaytay so many times before but this is my first time to visit Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe. Upon entering this café, I already noticed that this cafe seemed like extraordinary as it design is truly an art indeed. The name speaks for itself! It’s absolutely a haven to those who love arts and crafts.

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

The exterior design was composed of woods and bamboo piled up to the wall and terrace. Take a look inside though and you’ll be greeted with different kinds of crafts especially dreamcatchers. You can also see posters, inspirational quotes, some recycled materials, and photos of the local artist who have already visited this cafe mounted on their wall. We were amazed by the dreamcatchers we see everywhere and it comes in different sizes and colors.

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café



We couldn’t help ourselves to take many pictures as we can. Every corner of this cafe is super Instagramable and have a story to tell.  From the first floor, you can see items that they were selling such as postcards, t-shirts, tribe necklaces, pipes and other crafts related to its theme. Taking the small stair inside the cafe will lead you to the attic where you can dine through small tables and chairs.

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café
This is their second floor with rustic tables where you can also play games like sungka. The second floor is more spacious for those who want to dine in.

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

They offer a combination of classic breakfast such as tapsilog, porksilog, bangusilog and etc. Pasta, frapped, lemonade, team, combo meals, and even squad meals are also available. One of their bestsellers is the tortilla wraps that come in different flavors such as chicken, beef, veggies, and tuna.

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe

We didn’t let the opportunity to not try one of these delicious foods they were serving. I’ve tried their Sylvanillas Crunch. It is basically a sylvannas with vanilla frozen yogurt on top while Aj ordered their bestseller tortilla wraps with tuna filling.

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

Their food was really good even if they were a bit pricey than the usual price. Nevertheless, it is still worth a try and you will not regret it. Aside from delicious food they were offering, Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café also sells a stuffs that you might be looking for but not available on the supermarket because they are all in-house made by Indie Green Culture. Pens, stationery, stickers, bags, coloring books, wooden statue, phone cases, yarns and especially dreamcatchers to new a few. Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe is definitely a must-try resto in Tagaytay City.

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

Dreamland Arts & Cafe will absolutely inspire you to dream and pursue your passion for arts and crafts, They are open 24 hours.


Via private vehicles

Driving to Tagaytay City via private car is easy enough.

  • Drive through SLEX and take the Sta. Rosa Exit.
  • From there, it’s a straight drive to Tagaytay City.
  • Straight ahead until you reached Oliveres – Tagaytay Rotunda.
  • Make a round to rotunda and turn right towards Cityland.
  • Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café is located just right after Cityland Tagaytay Prime Residences.

Via Commute

  • Ride a bus bound to Nasugbu/Olivares Tagaytay at Pasay near MRT Taft Station( at the back of Sogo) – Fare is PHP 87
  • Drop off at Olivares
  • From there, you can either ride a tricycle or walk (I suggest to walk since it’s just 5 mins away from where you dropped off.
  • Walk towards Tagaytay Rotonda.
  • Cross to another side of the road in front of Mang Inasal.
  • Straight ahead until you reach Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafè.

Landmark: Cityland Tagaytay Prime Residences, Mcdonald’s, Tagaytay Garden Budgetel.


Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café
Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café
Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café

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