Tagaytay Food trip!

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May 28th 2007
Published: August 8th 2007EDIT THIS ENTRY

Aisde from staying at the Boutique, we decided to try out the different restaurants of Tagaytay. Thursday lunch in Manos Greek Tavern (the baklava was too sweet, the moussaka was delicious), dinner at Hawaiian babyback ribs at The Boutique (mouth-watering and enough of a reason to come back again and again), breakfast in bed courtesy of The Boutique and Friday lunch at Gourmet's cafe (salads are their expertise and they have their own farm and produce store) ending with buco tarts to bring home from Amira's.

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Amira's buco tartsAmira's buco tarts
Amira's buco tarts

Better than buco pie!!!! Its like buco crumble
Sign Outside Aguinaldo HighwaySign Outside Aguinaldo Highway
Sign Outside Aguinaldo Highway

From the Rotonda, enter where Chowking is. You will see Santi's Deli along the way
Seafood pastaSeafood pasta
Seafood pasta

Taste as expected. Moderate amount of clams & fish ingredients. I think they specialize more on salads...
Onion Cheese SoupOnion Cheese Soup
Onion Cheese Soup

Generous amount of basil. That's because they grow their own.

13th June 2007

Nice place
Tagaytay is always an alternative place to unwind from Manila's scene. It seems that the accommodation is quite ok. REYgards
19th September 2009

i was a former trainee of gourmet's cafe... i miss the people there...we had a nice experience of training with them...

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