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    Mahogany Public Market: Home of the Famous Tagaytay Beefmeat

    by nimato Updated Aug 13, 2008

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    Mahogany Public Market is home of the famous Tagaytay beefmeat. Need I say more?

    What to buy: Beefmeat, fresh fruits and vegetables, ornamental flowers and grafted fruit-bearing trees [Guimaras mango tree? They got 'em here!].

    What to pay: The beefmeat price is generally the same as anywhere else but the quality is tops. Fresh fruits and vegetables are cheap. A big bunch of freshly harvested Senorita banana goes for P50 (US$1) only. Grafted fruit-bearing trees [really interesting if you have spacious yard] go from P50 to P150 each.

    Mahogany Public Market
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    Fresh Fruits By The Roadside

    by nimato Updated May 5, 2007

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    The largest concentration of roadside fruit vendors in Tagaytay are found near the old city market , along the road leading to Santa Rosa City (Laguna). Other than the sweet pineapples, Tagaytay's Senorita bananas are abound as well and popular to visitors. Buy them (the bananas) while still greenish because they get ripened so easily.

    What to buy: Bananas. Pineapples. Mangoes. Rambutan. Papayas. Guyabanos. Even imported fruits like Fuji apples, oranges, ponkan, etc...

    What to pay: Two big basketful of assorted local fruits for only P200. More or less.

    An isolated fruit stand
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    Flora Galore!

    by nimato Updated Nov 21, 2006

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    Another good reason to visit Tagaytay is to shop for plants and flowers to decorate your homes and gardens. Lovely floras are on display along the roadside, either left or right of the rotunda.

    What to buy: Ornamental plants and flowers.

    Roadside plant/flower vendor
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    Rowena's: Famous For Tarts and Assorted Sweets

    by machomikemd Written Jul 29, 2014

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    Tagaytay City has many commercial establishments that sells assorted sweets, pies, candies, jams and other sweet stuff and one of the most popular will be Rowena's, a big store cum hotel in the Tagaytay-Santa Rosa Road near the fresh market and their claim to fame is there famous Tarts of which they have many fillings and flavors of it. Their specialty is the mini tarts of which the strawberry and blueberry tarts are the most popular flavors and costs 40 pesos per piece (and you can get a box of 6 at 240 pesos). they also have other tart fillings like mango, langka (jackfruit), ube (purple yam) and more. This place also has other sweets like buko (young coconut) pies, macapuno (coconut sport) pies, polvoron, pastillas de leche and more. they also have a mini coffee house inside the complex.

    opens: 8:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: an order of mini tarts like strawberry or blueberry at 40 to 45 pesos an order, cheesecake slices at 60 pesos an order and a lot more.

    What to pay: not a dent on your wallet

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    Good Shepherd Store: Famous Takeout Place of Sweets & Desserts

    by machomikemd Written Jul 29, 2014

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    the famous good shepherd in Baguio City in the north has a convent here and they also make the sweets and confectionaires that good shepherd nuns here in the philippines are known for but minus the strawberry jams since there are no strawberries in tagaytay city since the elevation of 1700 feet is not ideal for strawberry growing. (strawberries grow at 4,000 feet and above).

    Besides their branch at the Convent in Barangay Iruhin in Maryridge near the talisay-tagaytay road, they now have a new and bigger branch here at the Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road that opened in October 2013 which makes it more convenient to people to buy their line of good ole sweets and desserts and jams, which they are famous for.

    Opens: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: What you get here are some the good shepherd staples like all time popular ube jam, peanut brittle, guava and mango jams, cashew brittle, cashew nuts, peanuts, guyabano and sampaloc candies, pickles and pickle relishes, ube-macapuno jam, some ricke cakes and a lot more!! a small plastic pack of goodies costs about 70 pesos and a small ube jam at about 60 pesos for a small jar, buko-pandan jam a small bottle costs 100 pesos and a lot more.

    no fresh strawberries or strawberry jam though.

    What to pay: not a dent in your wallet

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  • peoples park, picnic grove and olivarez plaza: best bargain for souvenirs

    by gabeaguilar Updated Sep 18, 2009

    they have the most number of t-shirt desigs among any other place i have visited.
    these places also has the cheapest price among other destinations in tagaytay.
    they also carry the one with the map of taal volcano on the nape area, which i think is cool

    What to buy: souvenir t-shirts

    What to pay: P80

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  • Mama Belle's: Longanisa Shop in Tagaytay

    by anapre.rc Written Jan 18, 2012

    A variety of longanisas like Lucban and Baguio. Quaint, cute, homey. Many things to buy and taste. The outside of the store reminds me of Baguio.

    What to buy: Longanisas and different food and non-food products. Cute and unique for the kitchen things.

    What to pay: Depends on what you buy.

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    Inside Picnic Grove: Shopping for souvenirs are never so easy

    by shavy Written Feb 3, 2015

    We came into the other side of the park where all tricycle must park. So we haven't seen the souvenirs shop yet. At the end of our walk we arrive to the place where all this shops are located. So many shops selling local gift from Tagaytay, and they have extensive display, from t-shirt, keyholder, handbag, slipper and so many more.

    Here, you must haggle too, they take advantage of visitors. The stuff would not be cheap when you ask how much is this? always asked a discount. At first they only gave 10% of discount but I always go for more and If they don't give, then I go to the next shop and there I got the same product for less

    What to buy: They have nice key holder that made from wood carved. A t-shirt with print in Tagaytay those nice souvenir I bought

    What to pay: It depends how the bargain thing

    Local souvenir shop
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    Balai Pasalubong: Wonderful Silvanas, Buko Pies and Other Sweets

    by machomikemd Written Mar 11, 2015

    along the Tagaytal-Santa Rosa Road stands lots of restaurants and takeaway shops that offer assorted local sweets and cakes and pies and a lot more and one of the new ones and becoming popular is the Balai Pasalubong, of which they sell many kinds of sweets and other confections from other areas of the philipppines besides making their own such as the crispy silvanas, buko pies, mango tarts and a lot more. Balai Pasalubong sells many goodies and they also have a spanish restaurant called "Rekados" just beside the store.

    Opens: 8:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: literally lots of philippine sweets such as dried mangos, peanut brittles, merinques, banana chips plus their own take of the buko pies which is heavenly and cost 180 pesos an order, they also make yummy and crispy silvanas that cost 220 pesos for a small box and assorted tarts such as lemon or pineapple or strawberry at 50 pesos per piece.

    What to pay: not a dent on your wallet

    welcome sweets galore buko pie crispy silvanas more
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    Breakfast at Antonio's: Organic Produce, Pastries, Breads, Pies and More

    by machomikemd Written Mar 11, 2015

    this will be my tip on the Take away section of breakfast at Antonio's. Just Beside the Entrance is their takw away shop of which you can buy assorted fresh organic produce such as aurugulas, various kinds of lettuce, potatos, baby carrots, organic eggs and also various cakes such as cheesecakes or butter cakes plus various breads like baguettes or croissants or batard or wheat breads and a lot more.

    Opens: 7:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: besides the fresh organic produce and the various breads and pastries and sweets, they also sell their own bottled jams, sauces and condiments.

    What to pay: much higher than regular produce as their are organic and the breads and pastries here are considered artisanal.

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