Dreamy “Unicorn” Cafe, a first in the Philippines

Every cafe I have visited has its own distinct ambiance and just recently, I came to visit a Unicorn themed cafe located at Malolos, Bulacan that is a first in the Philippines!

The Cafe

The area is a pastel colored two-floor cafe that can accommodate less than 20 persons (more than if you’re willing to sacrifice the normal space for one person) that is strategically located in the owners’ home at 1200 ARBE Mac Arthur Hi-way Malolos City, Bulacan. It serves customers from 11 A.M. to 7 P.M. Mondays to Sundays.  It is air-conditioned but not cold enough to keep customers from sweating while dressed in their Unicorn Onesies. In addition, Indian sit is the way for this cafe and I think it is better than having chairs to save space and since this is a Unicorn themed Cafe, there are lots of Unicorn stuff toys and might as well try being a Unicorn for a day!




Disclaimer: The ambiance of the place is not literally an instagrammable one once you set foot in it so you’ll have to be creative for your shots.

How to get there?

You have two options in order to visit this place. You may opt to ride a bus or a Van. Either way, travel time is around 45 minutes to 1 hour.

If you are near Cubao, you can ride at Baliwag Transit with trips going to “Tabang-Malolos” or just beside the Transit (near Dunkin Donuts) you can ride a van. Bus fare is at Php 58 while Php 60 for the Van.

Another option is to ride a Van located at the transport terminal in Trinoma. Just look for the Vans which have trips to Malolos-Bulacan. Fare is at Php 60.

Tell the driver/conductor to drop you off at Palawan Express just beside the Land Bank of the Philippines that is few meters away from Robinson’s place (this is to avoid walking from Robinson’s Place to the cafe). From there, you will be able to see a house painted with pastel colors (PINK and BLUEGREEN).

Going back to Manila? 

Walk straight to Robinsons Place Malolos. Cross from the footbridge and from there, you can already wait for buses going to Cubao. Fare is Php 58

If you opt for a van, hire a tricycle that will bring you to Malolos Crossing where the Van Terminal is located. Trike Fare is Php. 30 for two. Van fare is at Php 60.

Tip: Aside from saving from the trike fare, it is more comfortable riding a bus because it is more ventilated compared to a van but if you prefer for a faster trip, go for the van.

Budget and the Food


Twin Star Meal for Php 350 and Fried&Nuggets for Php 129

Bacon w/ Egg and Chicken Tocino w/ Egg for Php 79 each;  Taro and Cookies and Cream Milkshakes for Php 89; Mojos for Php 99

Tip: Order something that will be summed to Php 250 and you can have a free use of one Onesie of your choice saving a rental fee of Php 100.

Note: In my opinion, although the price is very affordable as per the menu list, the quality and quantity of the food is a bit disheartening as the food is just ordinary but I believe it will be better in the coming days.

Want another budget friendly Bulacan cafe that will literally fill your tummy? Read here: Bonita’s Cafe


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