It’s one of the Philippines open secrets: Tagaytay is now a food haven shaped by different sorts cuisines and unique food concoctions. To many guest and hotshot foodies, the Second Summer Capital of the Philippines is not only a place to get close to nature but also to refine their palates. As your local travel guide in the Philippines, if you’re traveling South this weekend, be sure to include these must-try restaurants in your itinerary and be among the foodies that have truly discovered the most precious culinary gems of Tagaytay!
The Barracks Food Park – Aguinaldo Highway
The Barracks is a newly-opened, two-story food park owned Derek Ramsay and his family. From affordable steaks and Japanese eats to desserts, everything is affordable here and sumptuous.
Rolando’s – One Destination
Rolando’s is another newly-opened family-friendly restaurant that offers a cool veranda area for al fresco dining. It serves dishes like calamares, kare-kare, bangus sisig, and more.
When figuring out where to eat in Tagaytay that’s truly Pinoy, this is it. Perfect for large groups or families, dishes are not only good but reasonably priced as well. Inside a nipa hut, your group will bask in its own privacy. For starters,try their best-sellers: tasty Baked Tahong, Pancit Palabok, and Bagoong Rice.
Concha’s Garden Cafe
Located in Cliffhouse, Concha’s Garden Cafe is a franchise opened by the famous Alden Richards. The relaxing ambiance and adequate servings are perfect for intimate dates. Their best sellers are Spicy Beef Adobo Ribs and Concha’s Laoya (sweeter version of bulalo). Where to eat in Tagaytay is simply answered with a bunch of cute cafes to pick from!
Green Ats is one of those go-to restaurants in Tagaytay because of their delicious and affordable bulalo. They also have other variations such as bulalo with filling, sinampalukang bulalo, tinolang bulalo, and sizzling bulalo. They are along Nasugbu Highway.