The Original Hawaiian Bar-B-Que in Tagaytay Serves Mouthwatering Hawaiian Eats
Updated as of December 10, 2019
When visiting Tagaytay, you can be assured that there is quite a variety of cuisine for you to try out. One of them is Hawaiian cuisine that you can try at The Original Hawaiian Bar-B-Que.
Located at The Boutique Bed and Breakfast Hotel, the restaurant shares a space with Tsokolateria, a restaurant serving chocolate-infused eats. This restaurant boasts a menu of delicious Hawaiian cuisine that makes for an ideal meal if you are looking to try something new.
Of course, you can have Hawaiian food without seafood and the Fisherman’s Catch (Php 660) is definitely worth the try!
The dish is comprised of a variety of seafood items including fish, squid, shrimp, and mussels. All these are coated in their special batter fried to get the ideal crispiness.
Their Famous Baby Back Ribs boast exquisitely seasoned rib meat that peels right off the bone. Their ribs come in four sizes: Extra Small (Php 380), Small (Php 590), Medium (Php 795), and Large (Php 1,040).
The dish is served with pineapple and your choice of side dishes that include Roasted Garlic Mashed Potato, Coleslaw Salad, Taro Shoestring Fries, Buttered Corn and Carrots and, French Fries.
It is guaranteed that this dish will satisfy your cravings with its flavorful meat that goes very well with any of their side dishes.
Famous Baby Back Ribs XS (Php 380)
While you would expect the interiors of the restaurant to have the familiar sight of flowers and other Hawaiian themes, the restaurant actually boasts sleek and clean interiors. But of course, that does not take away the spirit of Hawaii from their delicious food!
IMAGE The Boutique Bed and Breakfast Website
How to get here
- The Original Hawaiian Bar-B-Que is located along the Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, approximately 2 minutes away from Olivarez Plaza.
- By car: From Olivarez Plaza, drive South towards the Tagaytay Rotonda and continue onto the Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway. Along the way, you’ll pass by Casa Maria Y Martha and Pamana. The Original Hawaiian Bar-B-Que is right across Ayala Malls Serin.
This first appeared in Philippine Primer Japanese and English December 2019 issues.
Images grabbed from Tsokolateria’s official Facebook page.