Le Don’s Garden Cafe in Silang Serves Appetizing Garden-to-Table Eats
Silang, Cavite is home to many garden restaurants that advocate healthy eating through clean and organic food. If you are looking for one to try, Le Don’s Garden Cafe should be on the top of your list.
This family venture practices a garden-to-table approach and develops healthy meals by incorporating naturally grown produce to their dishes. The owners would like to have their guests see it as a destination to experience calmness while enjoying tastefully healthy food.
Start this healthy gastronomic journey with the Chef’s Vegetable Salad (Php 225). The vegetables in the salad are freshly picked from their own garden, while the papaya dressing used is homemade.
This salad has a light flavor to it with a hint of sweet and sour taste from the dressing. Combined with the soft crunch of the greens, this is indeed a great way to start a meal.
Chef’s Vegetable Salad (Php 225)
For the main course, try the best-selling Chicken Salsa Verde (Php 245). This healthy dish is composed of pan-grilled chicken with salsa verde sauce, turmeric rice, and mixed green salad.
Chicken Salsa Verde (Php 245)
Their commitment to a healthier lifestyle doesn’t end with the food they serve.
They also hold seminars on organic gardening & edible landscaping, organic mushroom production, mushroom food processing, and healthy home cooking and food preparation.
Le Don’s Garden also caters to special events like birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and private events.
How to get here
- Le Don’s Garden is approximately 2 hours away from Metro Manila. Drive south from Metro Manila Skyway to South Luzon Expressway. Take the Carmona Exit and follow Governor’s Drive to Emilio Aguinaldo Highway in Dasmariñas. Turn left after Pala-pala Barangay Hall then make a right. Le Don’s is on the left side of the street.
- By public transport: Buses bound for Tagaytay or Nasugbu can drop you off directly at Le Don’s Garden since it is situated along Emilio Aguinaldo Highway. From Silang Town Plaza, you may also take a tricycle.
This first appeared in Philippine Primer Japanese and English magazine’s November 2019 issue.
Images courtesy of Le Don’s Garden