Tagaytay City Restaurants

  • Restaurants
    by jayjayc
  • Restaurants
    by jayjayc
  • Restaurants
    by jayjayc

Tagaytay City Restaurants

  • Comfort food in a Garden

    The nondescript entrance leads to an enchanting walkway littered with hanging flowers. Several tables in a garden setting, gazebo type and small halltype serve the customers. Ambiance was suitable for families, romantic hide-aways or casual conferences. I love how the plants were everywhere plus a mix of huge vats filled with floating flowers. I...

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  • Family Recipes

    The feel of Pamana Restaurant is like coming home to your ancestral home. The restaurant is filled with trinkets and stuff from the past, old film reels, family pictures, etc. And the menu is filled with family recipes or recipes from friends of the restaurant owner's family. The place is not that big that it can only accommodate a number of...

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  • Homecooked food

    The ambience and food remind me of family gatherings with your favorite dishes on the table. They serve Ilonggo dishes such as Kansi and the prices are not as steep as other restaurants in Tagaytay City. It is easy to spot too as it is located along Aguinaldo Highway. Kansi, Kare-Kare, and their Ube palitaw are reasons why I would keep on coming...

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  • Good food is not always enough

    Food is almost always good in the company of your loved ones, especially if it's a big family that almost rarely gets together. This is not my first time dining on the place. I actually insisted on dining there for this occasion so my dad could try the Bulalo we've been raving about.There were 14 of us. The first thing I asked was if we could...

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  • Good Food + Great View

    Leslie's Restaurant is one of the popular restaurants offering a great view of Taal Lake & Volcano aside from good local food. It specializes in local cuisine and seafood dishes. It is also known for Tagaytay "Bulalo", a soup dish specialty in Tagaytay. Leslie's offers free Bulalo soup to diners who are not so keen at eating the meat. They not only...

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  • First Meal in Philippines

    Like a baby learning how to walk, eating at Jollibee was truly an experience. I know that you can find the restaurant at every corner, but this was our very first meal in Philippines. So the first bite was totally sacred.We were not sure how to order the food but one thing's for sure. The food is definitely value-for-money. A spaghetti with drinks...

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  • The best breakfast buffet in Tagaytay

    Josephine's Resturant located along the ridge of the Taal Volcano is well known for their breakfast buffet. Here you get a value for money selection of breakfast food including favorites like ham, bacon and hotdogs. There is also a omelette bar where you can ask the cook to make one up to your specifications. If you prefer a more healthy breakfast...

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  • BBQ With Unlimited Rice & Sinigang Soup

    We came from Royale Tagaytay Country Club, and were on our way to Army Navy where we planned to eat its famous burritos, but when traffic slowed down at Crossing Mendez, we noticed the crowd at the newly opened Mang Inasal Restaurant adjacent to SM Savemore. (There are 2 Mang Inasal restaurants in Tagaytay City. The first one that opened is at the...

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  • Yummy Jumbo Burgers & Burritos!

    I was delighted to see an Army Navy Branch in Tagaytay. I suddenly remembered my grandson who loves Army Navy's triple deck burger, but since he was not with us when we went to Tagaytay recently, we didn't eat there. Army Navy specializes in American - Mexican food combos, oversized burgers (P135-235), burritos (P135-155), quesadillas (P85-135),...

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  • Craving For New York Pizza?

    We usually go to Yellow Cab wherever and whenever we have a craving for New York-style pizzas. Yellow Cab Tagaytay Branch is therfore a welcome treat for us.The Tagaytay Branch is housed in a 2-level building. The ground floor has a backdoor that leads to the Army Navy tables. Past these tables and chairs is a garden with a view of Taal Lake &...

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  • "Pizza con Taal Volcano"

    Carlos Pizza not only boasts of a wide variety of pastas & pizzas, it also prides itself with a magnificent view of Taal Lake & Volcano. The restaurant is airconditioned, but most diners prefer the tables on the porch at the back, with a wide garden and panoramic view of Taal Lake & Volcano. Having tried many restaurants along the ridge, I...

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  • Adorable Italian

    Basic Italian pizzeria with checkered table tops and a brick oven. Free foccacia and ciabatta when you dine fresh from the oven.Ambiance is casual. Limited time to serve clients so check the dinner and lunch slots.Parking at the back of building.A variety of beers to accompany your meal eg Heineken but personally, I prefer a glass of vino.Pasta is...

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  • Italian twist in Tag

    Romantic ambiance, scenic view, ample selection, fresh pizza, midrange pricing and away from bustling crowd = Buon Giorno.I like the Cliffhouse exclusivity. My mind races when I eat amongst a crowd. Dining to me usually mean soft music and white table tops. Not unless am in Malaysia hawker stall grounds. Pasta is always satisfying in this place....

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  • Home Recipes Passed on To Generations

    After a short trip to Talisay, Batangas, my husband and I decided to stop by Tootsie's Homemade Specialties to try out their food, instead of us going to our usual place, Royale Tagaytay. We liked the ambiance at Tootsie's, but I couldn't take many pictures because the owner was there, she might feel conscious and think I'm a spy of another resto....

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  • check it out

    I loved the food. The dishes were surprisingly authentic. Kids had the pizza, and I loved it. Hubby had the Rigatoni Salccicia, and seemed to like it. Got their home made tiramisu, which was also quite good. Ended up ordering another one.

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  • John Hay Resto?

    I noticed that there was a new restaurant beside Carlos Pizza. I recognized the familiar signage, it is Mile-Hi, possibly a branch of Mile-Hi Restaurant in John Hay, Baguio. It is known for its flamed grilled burgers.I took its picture, but its blurry, so I'll take a shot next time.

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  • Coffee To Perk You Up!

    I think Starbucks Coffee doesn't need any introduction. We've been meaning to have coffee in Starbucks Coffee Tagaytay Branch, but we never got to really go, as we are always diverted by other choices in One Destination... Anyway, I'm just posting this so coffee lovers would know there is a branch in Tagatay.

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  • Pancakes & More!

    Pancake House is one of my favorite restaurants. I like their cozy ambience and wide range of foods, from pancakes to crepes, sandwiches, salads, meals and desserts. Pancake House in Tagaytay has the same motif for the interior design as the other Pancake House branches. They have one thing other branches don't have: a grand view of Taal Volcano &...

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  • Local Cuisine

    Antonio's Grill serves local cuisine, though as its name implies, it specializes in grilled meats or fish/seafoods. It looks like a typical Local Cuisine Resto, clean and air-conditioned, but there is no view of the Taal Volcano & Lake.We ate only once at Antonio's Grill because we didn't like the slow service. We also noticed that they give more...

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  • More Chinese Food!

    Hen Lin is a popular Chinese Fastfood. In Metro Manila, you'll find small Hen Lin stalls in the Malls. In Tagaytay, it has a bigger place, occupying the first floor of the same building as Junzi Oriental Cuisine. Call me weird, but I like their Chicken Feet. I also like their other dimsums like pork siomai and asado siopao.

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  • Craving For Chinese Food?

    Whenever we crave for delicious,hot Chinese wanton and noodle soup and dimsums, we pass by Junzi Oriental Cuisine. The restaurant is on the 2nd floor of a building, with a view deck that offers a panoramic view of Taal Volcano & Lake.There's nothing like sipping hot Chinese tea (on the house) at a table near the breezy view deck while waiting for...

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  • Japanese Food

    Terriyaki Boy in Tagaytay City has the usual minimalist interior decor of the same Japanese Restaurant in Makati, Pasay and Alabang. However, because it is located on a ridge (and Tagaytay at that) unlike the other branches in malls or commercial centers, it has the advantage of a beautiful frontage and backdoor view deck overlooking Taal Volcano...

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  • Buffet for Only P199!

    I was attracted by the resto-bar's streamer, but we haven't tried eating there. I'll give you more details when I get a chance to personally try their buffet. Meantime, you might want to try :)

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  • Ciao! Authentic Italian Cuisine

    We went to Tagaytay during the Holy Week and we tried eating at Gallo Nero. The place is nice and relaxing. They also have a live performer that makes it more relaxing and entertaining. The staffs are friendly and attentive. We are also planning to stay at Alfonso Hotel for they might offer a nice and relaxing experience in Tagaytay too. Their...

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  • The Restaurant with a Wonderful View

    The restaurant's ambiance makes you feel really relaxed. Better if you have a table on the second floor for a wonderful view of the Taal Volcano and Taal Lake. After your meal, take a stroll along their garden, take pictures and enjoy the view. It is absolutely breathtaking! Food is ok, more of a lutong bahay(Filipino home cooking). Didn't really...

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  • All You Can Eat Flower

    This place boast of the fact that all its ingredients are grown in their greenhouses using no fertilizers. It is famous for the edible flowers of different kinds that they mix with their salads. The food is served right to your table and refilled everytime you want. The ambience is classy and serene American garden in a greenhouse. This is not just...

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  • All You Can Drink Barako Coffee

    Barako Coffee is the prime produce of Batangas. I don't know why and I can't exactly describe the taste but it is delicious! Just the aroma of this coffee will make all our caffeine radar go off. Now, you do not have to pick the beans and roast if yourself just to enjoy it. Just head out to Bag of Beans in Tagaytay and drink Barako coffee to your...

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  • Famous Bulalo

    Tagaytay is famous for its beef (something about the grass that the cows eat, plus the cool weather makes the difference some say) among others. To taste the deliciousness of this beef, head out to Leslie's where food is authentic Filipino plus a few surprises. While eating, get serenaded by their house band to liven up the meal and make it a...

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  • Tagaytay's Home Grown Pizza

    If you frequently visit Tagaytay, it would be close to impossible if you have not heard of Carlo's Pizza. Delicious thin-crust pizza made this place well-known plus being the first resto in the city to offer Italian food. I know, you might say what makes it unique if it offers Italian food. Well, its in Tagaytay so aside from enjoying the food...

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  • Healthy Burgers!

    Everytime we go to Tagaytay, we always pass by Mushroom Burger to buy their big, juicy mushroom burgers. The place has expanded their menu to meals with mushroom-based dishes priced P200 and below.You can also buy fresh mushrooms like the oyster, tree fungus ("taingang daga") and ***ake varieties.The restaurant has free guarded parking space and a...

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  • For Your Once-in-a-while Cholesterol...

    Dencio's Bar & Grill Restaurant is known for its Filipino dishes served in garden setting dining areas. In Tagaytay, they have Pugad Dencio's which is possibly a franchise outlet. My husband and daughter were a little disappointed that some of the dishes were not cooked exactly the way it is being done at the original restaurant, but in fairness,...

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  • Great Indian food and a spectacular view

    In 9 out of our 10 weekend stays in Tagaytay City, we have gone to Taj of Tagaytay for lunch or dinner. We just love the food here and the attendants' pleasant service makes us feel comfortable and satisfied. I recommend their Vegetable Samosas (PHP100 for 2 pcs), Chicken Tikka Masala, Mutton Curry and Chicken Biryani (rice). Each entree costs...

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  • Very artsy cafe

    So my nose was too cold to the touch, we decided to have a coffee-somewhere; anywhere! And we chanced on this quaint little coffee shop a few blocks from Tagaytay econo inn. The shop has a homey and artsy ambiance, really relaxing. :-) It has wood furnitures, there are also two small japanese table where we can sit cross legged! And all over its...

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  • Filipino food rocks!

    We had our lunch at Leslie's Restaurant. They serve local food but on bigger servings. We had yang chao fried rice (ok that's not local), pinakbet, green mango ensalada and sinigang na baboy. We took the mini hut at the overlooking area. Big mistake since it was sooo windy. I'm a perennial fan of sinigang, be it pork, milkfish, shrimp or chicken....

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  • Coffee,pastries,coffee,garden,coffee......

    Lacking the popularity that other coffee houses seem to be enjoying is this resto called the Bag of Beans. Being in the city of Tagaytay, it is set in a cozy garden with both covered and uncovered areas to enjoy your coffee (what else!). And oh you should try to get one of their pies... ummm dddddeeeelectable! What's more is that these pies sell...

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  • Boneless Bangus

    Try boneless bangus, this is their specialty, very big P250 good for 4 persons already. Waiters need to be more courteous though. Bulalo okay rin.

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  • Coffee at the Cafe - Where else?

    Coffee is best taken at a coffeeshop. Gourmet Cafe's coffee is situated right along the Aguinaldo so you won't miss it. It has plain brewed barako coffee and has herbed flavored cookies that're so tempting. This is the more affordable place to eat and enjoy Gourmet Cafe (the other one in the same compound is the Fine Dining restaurant). Their...

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  • Pizza and the View

    The pizza and the buffalo wings are superb although it took them a little while to serve the dishes we ordered. It was the overlooking view of taal lake and the volcano itself made the wait worth it. The buffalo wings

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  • Fine Dining at One of Tagaytay's Finest

    At Gourmet Cafe, you get an organic meal at a fine dining restaurant. You should try their salad bar. It's filling yet totally affordable. Oh, and their banaba bottomless tea. Truly refreshing. Check my blog at http://pinas-et-al.blogspot.com/2008/02/fine-dining-in-tagaytay-gourmet-cafe.html. i loved the Seafood Scampy and creamy carbonara. Their...

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  • Great after-dinner coffee

    All Starbucks Coffee branches practice standards that have built its name, from consistent coffee blending, blending other drinks, delicious pastries, staff's friendly and cheerful service. However, coffee comes with all things hurried, and getting your favorite blend is or should be done fast too. With my original intention of relaxing with my...

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  • For a filling dinner

    Mile-Hi is an old name, reminding one of a goo'ol American family diner in Camp John Hay in Baguio City during the 80'. It's a small place, with white-splashed wall decorated by pictures of old things 80', a welcoming porch and a balcony that overlooks the Taal volcano. The whole restaurant couldn't possibly seat more than 100 persons and quite...

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  • Great View, Good Food, Great Music

    Leslie's interior is all wood, a very "local" feel. It's setting is more for a group meal not for a romantic dinner I must say. The viands are all good for 3-4 people so much as we want to try more viands, we just settled for the bulalo and kare-kare. What made Leslie's unforgettable for me was the local band it had ( take note it was a 'walking'...

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  • Great Food

    Food here is great especially the Bulalo or Nilagang baka very tasty, They serve big servings usually 1 order good for 2 person, so make sure not to order to much! Drinks they serve shakes, juice i recomend fresh buko Inihaw na Pusit for the Seafood SeekerNilagang Baka or Bulalo for the Soup HunterShakes for the thirsty traveller

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  • bbq chiken yummy

    dont forget to drop by in this resto to have lunch or dinner...this resto offer a lot of food menus that suit your taste...and its has a beautifull overlooking view of the lake while you dining... bbq chiken hmmp yum yum....but its quite expensive for local people..

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  • Local Filipino cuisine in its finest (in...

    Whenever we pass by Tagaytay and we are looking for local cuisines (as most of the new chic restaurants in Tagaytay are mostly western fastfood chains), we only go for Bulalohan near the Tagaytay old market place (main highway).They serve traditional foods and of course their primier dish is Bulalo (a beef stew with cow limbs- bones, meat and...

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