Healthy eating and sustainable practices go hand in hand at the Natural Garden Cafe, a non-profit training facility of WHFI. Here, deaf kitchen staff and managers harvest ingredients from Welcome Home’s garden and nearby sources to create New Filipino cuisine, a combination of local recipes and low-fat/salt/sugar techniques used globally. The result is a menu of nutritious meals that the community enjoys at a price it can afford. (Each of our meals is fifty pesos, which is roughly one US dollar! And, our snacks and drinks are even cheaper!)
CONTACT & HOURS
Please call 0927 816 8757 or 034 441 2031 for advance orders and reservations and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries. Our hours are Monday through Friday, from 12 noon to 5 PM. Last orders are at 4:30 PM. We deliver from our Bacolod location for orders of 10 full lunches or more. We host special events and deliver for parties of 15 or more. Speak with our managers for more information.
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The outdoor cafe was built using natural materials, from stone flooring to bamboo tables. An outdoor dry bar was constructed from locally-sourced hardwood from sustainable woodlands. Efficient equipment is continually employed, including two commercial eco kalans (portable clay stoves), and an energy-saving professional oven.
Additionally, patrons find the experience of eating at Welcome Home Garden Cafe to be fun and fulfilling. Diners enjoy interacting with, and learning about the culture of the deaf population; likewise, many enjoy learning the basics of sign language over the course of a few meals. Fulfillment comes in patronizing a non-profit establishment that directly funds the hiring of the deaf and promotes healthy Pinoy cuisine.
Please join us for a celebration of Deaf culture through healthy food, naturally grown and harvested right here! Every purchase you make is a for a great cause; this money goes straight to the livelihood of our deaf staff and on-the-job trainees.
Villa Valderrama: Enter the subdivision on Consuelo Avenue, a few blocks north of Lacson Street. Enter Welcome Home's Garden next to the guard station.