The Pamana Restaurant is visibly a reflection of its great heritage. From its furnishings, its walls full of old pictures, and down right to their food, the place truly exudes a sense of home and legacy. – – Customers also often opt to dine at the third floor for the open space and fresh Tagaytay air. The skin of their Binagoongang Bagnet is crunchy and crackling at the same time. The meat portion is so tender and flavorful. – Binagoongang Bagnet (P370) – Binagoongang Bagnet is just one of the many delightful dishes you can try when you drop by Pamana in Tagaytay. Their menu offers both traditional and reinvented […]
Tucked away at the border of Tagaytay, this place that once used to be a simple home has become a one-of-a-kind restaurant. The main dining of Marcia Adams is a reminiscent of the ones in Tuscany, being surrounded by the lush flora, having antique furniture and rustic interiors, and of course, offering various home-cooked Mediterranean and European dishes. – Tuscany-inspired main dining – – A PHP700 minimum cover charge applies to each adult. A meal is comprised of a three courses and includes an appetizer and a dessert. Philippine Primer was able to try some of their most popular dishes and here are our recommendations. Start your meal with the […]
Tagaytay is one of the best food spots in the Philippines. For one, it is home of one of the most famous Filipino comfort food, Bulalo. It is also home to the famous Bulalo Point Turo-turo Grill. Bulalo Point Turo-turo Grill is one of the many places where you can find this special local favorite. What makes it special, though, is that their Bulalo reigns supreme in terms of taste and in price. – Bulalo – Special Boneless Bangus – Bulalo (P330) is a stew of cattle shin meat of cattle and gelatin lipid simmering in broth for hours creating a delectable and rich flavor. It is best enjoyed with […]
Your Tagaytay trip is not complete without at least trying Amira’s Buco Tarts. It all started as a home-based baking business of owner Virginia Malipol, catering for retreats and seminars held in Tagaytay. Due to popular demand, they opened their own store. Now, they are considered the most popular pasalubong store in the city! You can choose from different tart flavors: the all-time favorite buco, mango cheese, blueberry cheese, cherry cheese, banana caramel, egg & fruit.
Antonio’s is one of the French restaurants tucked hidden in Tagaytay. It provides remarkably satisfying dishes in the Philippines. Antonio’s was originally a farmhouse before it was renovated to become a restaurant. Its interior emits a profound feeling and its dazzling terrace is surrounded with verdure; its pond, decorated with teeming flowers. Aside from its dream-like architecture, Antonio’s food is known for using organic vegetables, creating a one of a kind French menu. **** Suggestions: A special day with your family or friends Atmosphere: Peaceful ambiance, surrounded by greeneries Budget: P1,800 Course Menu: P1, 200- P1, 800 Recommended Menu: We recommend all of its main courses.