Located on top of an old limestone quarry of the Nave family sits Ernesto’s Café & Bar; a family run business that features pointy roof nipa huts, and an appealing view of the mountain ranges of Indahag and Bukidnon.
The cafe is run by the Ernesto Nave Jr., his wife Juvy May and their two children Paolo Gorbyl as its Manager and Janna Keisha an architect; she is also the one responsible for the designs of the huts and the architecture of the café itself, meanwhile her brother Paolo a former bartender in the U.A.E. conceptualize the entire business.
“Ernesto is a Filipino-Thai kubo concept with a mountain view of Libona, Bukidnon and the horizon of Misamis Oriental and a slight silhouette of Camiguin,” Juvy said.
Although Ernesto isn’t completely finish yet, and some parts of it are still under construction it has been recently gaining attention by locals from this city and Bukidnon for its scenic view, fresh air, and delicious food. Located along side the highway it caters to a variety of people serving as a pit stop for travelers heading in and out of Cagayan de Oro
Ernesto offers a variety of beverages from alcoholic to non-alcoholic drinks and tasty snacks such as Tempura/squid balls at P70, Cheesy fries P60, Chicken Tenders P120, Beef Siomai P35, and Wings & Fries P180.
They also serve Pork BBQ P100, Pork Sisig P180, Lechon Kawali P200, Pork Belly P220, Spare Ribs P250; breakfast meals are also available such as longganisa with egg and rice at P80, and Chicken Tender or fried pork side with Atsara and Rice P85.
“We serve brewed coffee, snacks, and meals on top of that during Saturdays and Sundays we have a nightly jamming session “Barkadahan style” we are open from 7Am to 10PM daily.” Juvy concluded.
To know more about Ernesto’s Café & Bar follow them on Facebook @NaveErnesto or contact them at 0905-950-5494.