Ready to dine in the highlands?
We can never get enough of a quick road trip to Tagaytay! There’s always something new on where to eat in Tagaytay and we just have to get away from the city once in a while.
Looking to head there soon? We’ve rounded up 10 of the best restaurants for the month in Tagaytay!
Reminder: Always practice social distancing and sanitize as often as possible.
10. Cafe Voi La – Iruhin Crosswinds
Cafe Voi La is an Asian-inspired getaway conceptualized by owner, Ica Sebastian. The place is adorned with Asian art and ornaments, oriental displays, and furniture collected from Ica’s many travels around the world.
It’s for people who enjoy Asian food not limited to a particular cuisine from one country.
It’s not for people who are looking for a place to dine in.
Available for: Dine-in and take-out. Walk-ins are accepted.
9. Sonya’s Garden – Brgy. Buck Estate
Sonya Garcia’s Garden is a tucked-away bed and breakfast a wellness spa, a country store, a panaderia, a cottage restaurant, and a well-kept secret garden.
It’s for people who want comforting food surrounded by lush greenery.
It’s not for people who want to dine with the view of Taal.
Available for: Dine-in and take-out. They are open from 8 AM to 6 PM. For reservations, send them a message.
8. LZM Restaurant – Ayala Mall, Serin
LZM is a family-friendly hole-in-the-wall restaurant that offers the best Filipino homecooked meals. They’ve been around since 1997 and are popularly known to be the home of the famed fried boneless Bangus.
It’s for people who are looking for simple, home-cooked Filipino food with big portion sizes.
It’s not for people looking for an Instagram-worthy hangout spot.
Available for: Dine-in and delivery. Call their number for orders.
7. Aozora Japanese Cafe + Bistro – multiple branches
Aozora, meaning blue sky, is a Japanese restaurant serving authentic Japanese dishes crafted by Chef Seiji Kamura. Their assortment of sushi and sashimi will wow you, but it’s the Aozora’s Bulalo ramen that will make your next “putok batok” experience worth it.
It’s for those who want to try that famous Bulalo Ramen.
It’s not for those who are craving the real Bulalo.
Available for: Dine-in, takeout, and delivery. For orders, you can message them via their Facebook page or at (0936) 980 9656. They are open from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm.
6. Leslie’s – Aguinaldo Highway
One of the popular restaurants in Tagaytay, Leslie’s offers good bulalo with a view. If you want a more romantic setup, the restaurant has separate cottages that you can book in advance. Some of the notable dishes they offer are Mangga at Bagoong, Crispy Kangkong con Lechon, Bulalo Original, Sizzling Bulalo with Gravy
It’s for those who want to warm up with a steaming hot bowl of bulalo.
It’s not for those who love their soups with noodles.
Available for: Dine-in and takeout. They are open daily from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
5. Charito by Bag of Beans – Emilio Aguinaldo Highway
Charito is the fifth branch in the Bag of Beans line. While it still follows the components of its four predecessors, it is a more elegant and high-end version of the rest. The semi fine-dining restaurant follows a French-style dining experience apart from your classic favorites from the original Bag of Beans.
It’s for those who want to enjoy a scenic view of Taal and get the full Bag of Beans experience and more.
It’s not for those who want a casual setting and are under a budget.
Available for: Dine-in and takeout.
4. Antonio’s Restaurant – Purok 138
Antonio’s is Tagaytay’s most celebrated fine-dining food destination that features the best of international cuisine from top chef Tony Boy Escalante. Its impeccable food, elegant interiors, scenic gardens, and great service are what make them exemplary.
It’s for those who are looking for a place where they can treat themselves or others during special occasions.
It’s not for people looking for affordable meals.
Available for: Dine-in. For table reservations, fill out this form.
3. Napa at Crosswinds – Crosswinds
Napa at Crosswinds is a newly-opened Northern California-inspired café in Tagaytay that’s reminiscent of Napa Valley. They serve breakfast treats like waffles, toasts, specialty coffee, wine, and cheese—making it the perfect spot to cozy up whether you’re coming for a hearty breakfast or a romantic dinner for two.
It’s for those who want to try something new and are looking to splurge.
It’s not for those who have a tight budget and prefer a laidback environment.
Available for: Indoor and alfresco dine in, takeout, and delivery. Order through their numbers or through FoodPanda.
2. Lime and Basil Thai Restaurant – J. Rizal St.
Lime and Basil is a farm-to-table garden cafe offering authentic Thai cuisine from Tagaytay-resident, Chef Sigride Sarmiento. It is a casual and relaxed Asian dining experience where guests and tour and walk around the herb and vegetable gardens.
It’s for those who love chilling out in the presence of nature.
It’s not for those who prefer dishes without the aroma and flavor of strong herbs.
Available for: Dine-in and takeout. They are open daily from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm. Reserve a table here.
Farmer’s Table is a newly-opened restaurant in Tagaytay that serves only the freshest ingredients from farm-to-table goodness in the midst of nature. It is an escape to the countryside you’ll never forget.
It’s for those who want a wholesome dining experience.
It’s not for those who are on a budget and want some grub eats.
Available for: Dine-in and takeout.
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