I just enjoy Mexican food and my friend Ria is just a chimichanga addict (“I eat chimichangas everywhere), so even in Cagayan de Oro, we just had to sample a local Mexican restaurant.
Mooon Cafe actually originated in Cebu City and has been awarded as the “Most Promising Retailer of the Year” at the 2010 Outstanding Filipino Retailers – Cebu Search Awards last year, according to their Facebook account.
We ate here for a late lunch after our White Water Rafting adventure so we were hungry. We ordered the usual favorites – Chimichangas and nachos!
The food was yummy, and probably due to the face we were hungry. Although I had better chimichangas, this was a good and cheaper alternative.
We downed our food with a Reviving Shake, Mooon Cafe’s own recipe since we were suffering aching backs and legs from the adventure sports.
Mooon Cafe is relatively cheaper that other Mexican places here in Manila, with meals costing around P350 and below. (about $6-$7 per plate)
Another restaurant down, and tummies satisfied for these happy tourists: