May 13, 2015

Marcia Adams

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  • 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.

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    Tuscany-inspired main dining

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    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 Aegean Salad (P325). This is a feast of flavors and textures. The fresh greens, cottage cheese and roasted pistachios complimented the tangy dressing well.

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    Aegean Salad (P325)

    For your main dish, opt for the juicy and tender Grilled Aromatic Pork. Craving for seafood? Try the Fish Souvlaki, Marlin kebabs marinated in olive oil, lemon and herbs with ginger sauce.

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    Grilled Aromatic Pork (P700)

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    Fish Souvlaki (P700)

    By 6pm, the sunset transforms the place into a seemingly magical haven, providing a romantic view and ambience especially in the Sunset Lounge. Finish your meal with a yummy dessert like the Panna Cotta with Lemon Sauce or Pavlova while having a chat with a friend or two.

    *A minimum (cover charge) of PHP 700 applies to each adult. Main course is for a 3-course meal and includes an Appetizer and a Dessert.

                 
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