After lunch at Antonio’s we headed to Bag of Beans. For me a trip to Tagaytay wouldn’t be complete without stopping by Bag of Beans to buy my favorite steak and mushroom pie.
Sure they sell coffee hence the name. I’m sure it’s good but I’ve never tried them.
They also sell different kinds of bread. Their raisin bread must be good since Mila and another guest almost had a tug of war with the last loaf. Mila won. She was strong after the yummy steak she ate at Antonio’s.
But I only had eyes for one thing, their pies! They had several kinds of pies in the freezer. I bought my favorite steak and mushroom pie and tried a chicken and an apple pie. I didn’t like the chicken or apple pie at all. Next time I’m sticking to the steak pies.
Why do I like their steak pie so much? First I love the firm and crisp crust. It wasn’t too buttery nor was it dry. It wasn’t really flaky and thankfully it wasn’t sweet. It was just right for me. The filling wasn’t saucy but it wasn’t dry. The beef was very tender and the taste was very full flavored. I actually use my hands to break up pieces of the pie and eat it straight. A pie is just perfect for my lunch or dinner. I wish they deliver to Manila or at least sell them in a store in town. I can’t wait to go back to Tagaytay so I can stock up on steak pies.
I’ve never seen their coffee shop at the back of the bakery since I always just buy my pie and leave.
Bag of Beans
115 Aguinaldo Highway,
Mendez Crossing West,
telephone: +63 46 413 4356, +63 46 413 2724
mobile: +63923 454 4797, +63920 954 6370
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I’ve never been to this place, but I love meat pies! What’s the closest landmark to Bag of Beans?