Tagaytay is one of the most favorite getaway places. Even if you find yourself staying for just a day, there’s already plenty of things you can do and places to visit. What’s even greater is that there are plenty of restaurants you can choose from depending on your craving, making it a haven for food lovers out there.
There are a couple of well-known delicacies and dishes that is made famous in Tagaytay. And today, we list down some of them and the places where you can find them to make your gastronomical adventures a lot easier.
Bulalo - It wouldn’t be a trip to Tagaytay without eating Bulalo. With Tagaytay’s cool weather, it’s the perfect dish to warm your belly. Places such as Leslie’s, Balay Dako, and more are known to serve some of the best ones. If you’re looking for something different, however, Aozora’s Bulalo Ramen might hit that craving right.
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Buko Pie - One of the most famous sweet treats that can be found in Tagaytay is the Buko Pie. It’s also an excellent pasalubong for you and your loved ones. The best places to get them are Orient: The Original Buko Pie Bakeshop, Colette’s, and Rowena’s. The latter offering tart versions of it.
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Raisin Bread - When you think about Tagaytay, there are a number of places that would immediately come to mind. One of them would be Bag of Beans. This Instagram-worthy café has been a favorite destination for a lot of visitors, and one of the reasons why is because of their famous Raisin Bread.
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Thai Food - If you’re craving some Thai dishes, then Lime and Basil Restaurant is the place to go. This casual and relaxed restaurant offers farm-to-table dishes that aren’t just yummy but healthy as well.
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Boodle Fight - Boodle fight is a traditional Filipino way of dining where every dish is served in a large banana leaf where the entire group will share. If you’re looking for a different kind of way of eating with family or friends, you can check out Balinsasayaw to try your hands on some Filipino boodle meal.
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Champorado - Tagaytay’s Tsokolateri is known for its many cocoa-inspired dishes. However, nothing beats their signature Champorado that’s just perfect for the city’s weather.
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Fine-dining - Without a doubt, Tagaytay’s cooler weather makes a terrific dining atmosphere. That is why you’ll find plenty of restaurants that have a romantic feel to them, and serves even fine-dining experiences. Some of which include: Marcia Adam’s Italian 3-course meal and Balay Dako’s 5-star dishes.
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Tagaytay is filled with restaurants that will certainly satiate whatever cravings you have. What’s great is that no matter what your budget is, there’s undoubtedly a place you can go and have that fantastic meal.
Visit Tagaytay and go on a food adventure with the help of this list. Make it even more worthwhile by spending more than just a day. And to better help and make your trip a lot easier, you can stay in any of RedDoorz hotels within the city. Not only are guaranteed the best and comfortable stay at very budget-friendly prices, but also a safe and sanitized one especially during this time. Visit our website to know more or download our mobile application to book a stay now!