An abandoned gasoline station turned into a diner became the birth of Café Racer which came into existence last December 15, 2014. The name Café Racer is from the 1960s motorbike. It refers to “someone who owned a racy machine but merely parked it near his table at the local outdoor cafe.”

The restaurant is noted for its visual minimalism – a concept being adapted into the entire theme of the diner. From a Volkswagen camper van cashier section, vintage car plates from across the world, to a unique outside converted hood grill, Café Racer gives a casual and relaxed ambiance to its customers.

To complete the whole diner experience, Café Racer serves classic Western food infused with Filipino taste ranging from sandwiches and burgers, pizza and pasta, a variety of ice-cold beers, and savory sticks from the grill in a setting that screams vintage and industrial perfect for laidback dining.