Offering real Vietnamese food with plenty of fresh vegetables, Bawai’s is a homey restaurant that offers an extensive menu of authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Owned by the Tatoronhari family, this restaurant opened in Silang, Cavite in 2007. Bawai means grandmother in Vietnamese. The restaurant is designed to be homey and gives out the feeling of visiting your grandma’s house. Eighty percent of the ingredients are imported from Vietnam. All their vegetables are fresh from the organic farm. Recommended: ● Goi Thit Tom (P250) Green Salad ● Chao Tom (P260) appetizer ● Pho Bo (P235) for Bo ● Ca nuong Xa Ot (P380) main dish ● Pandan iced tea (P65)
Ill Gallo Nero serves homemade pizza that uses plenty of bacon and cheese which are even ordered from Italy and baked in a stone oven. The pasta is also a must-try because it’s one of the favorites of the regulars in here. Moreover, the fresh air in Tagaytay even makes the Ill Gallo Nero’s food more delicious. Pipo, the owner of this restaurant, has been living in Tagaytay for 7 years. Together with his wife, he is also managing a farm in the Alphonse Hotel where you can also do horse-back riding.
Sonya’s Garden is a restaurant that is surrounded by flowers and other plants, which is inspired by the countryside of Europe where the owner of this restaurant grew up in. Sonya’s Garden offers a set menu (P610) that uses organic vegetables grown in the garden. Their salad actually looks like a bouquet because of its bright colors. *** 1. This is an example of their set menu: • Green Salad with arugula, dill, edible flowers, crispy beans, and parmesan cheese • Pasta with creamy mango sauce and dried tomatoes and chicken and bread • Banana roll with jackfruits and sweet potatoes served with mint leaves (for dessert) • Homemade chocolate […]