Veteran broadcaster’s popular Asian cuisine resto expands, opens Nateave Café.

ORANI, Bataan – After the huge success of Macmamitam Food and Café owned by ABS-CBN’s veteran broadcaster, Rod Izon (Radyo Patrol 12) it has expanded to an environment-friendly undertaking.
Owned and managed by his humble son, Rod Abraham Izon, Macmamitam Japanese Shabu-Shabu and Korean Grill, opens its new coffee hub called “Nateave.”

Nateave offers thirst quenching beverages like coffee, milktea, milkshakes and juices. 

Nateave Café also offers pastas, sandwiches, chicken wings and more at very reasonable prices. 
With their tagline “The Taste of Nature”, Nateave incorporates the theme of modern Bahay Kubo (Nipa Hut) that will be surely enjoyed by their future customers because of its cozy and Instagrammable environment.

Izon said, that Nateave Café supports the less plastic use advocacy in Bataan.

“We use reusable cups and paper straws instead of plastic straws; you can also ask for an edible straw that is made of rice and tapioca,” the younger Izon, who also works at ABS-CBN’s DZMM, told this reporter. 

(NOTE: You can bring your own tumbler for refill to avoid and lessen the use of plastics.)

This newest eco-friendly café is open from 12 noon to 9 in the evening. 

Izon added that they also accept reservations, especially for meetings and other gatherings.

Interested individuals may just call them at 0927 355 3433 or personally visit the place at No. 89 Jupiter Street, Apollo, Orani, Bataan.