The Old Kano’s Farm and Ilog Maria

I seldom go to Tagaytay and when I do there are so many places I want to go to. After our lunch at Antonio’s we went to Bag of Beans for my haul of beef and mushroom pies.Next stop was The Old Kano’s Farm so I can buy organic lettuce and whatever else veggies they have.Continue reading “The Old Kano’s Farm and Ilog Maria”

Lunch at Antonio’s, Tagaytay 2012

My dear friend, Ariel who’s from San Francisco came home for a short vacation last January. He’s the one who brings me to all the good restaurants whenever I go to San Francisco. This time it was my turn to bring him to my favorite restaurant in Tagaytay and possibly in the Philippines. There’s something aboutContinue reading “Lunch at Antonio’s, Tagaytay 2012”

Mr. Moo’s Fresh Milk & Kesong Puti

After lunch in Tagaytay Highlands’ Golfer’s Lounge we headed back to Manila. We stopped by Mr. Moo’s to buy some milk, cheese and pastillas. Mr. Moo’s is on the right side of the road on the way to the Sta. Rosa exit. You have to keep an eye for it. Mr. Moo’s basically sold milkContinue reading “Mr. Moo’s Fresh Milk & Kesong Puti”

The Highlands Golfer’s Lounge

For our last meal in Tagaytay before we headed back to Manila, we had lunch at Golfer’s Lounge inside Tagaytay Highlands clubhouse. The meal was Florence’s birthday treat to us. Golfer’s Lounge was the open air, casual all-day dining restaurant of Tagaytay Highlands. They served mostly Filipino food with some international selections. We naturally ordered tawilisContinue reading “The Highlands Golfer’s Lounge”

Highlands China Palace

We couldn’t decide where to eat dinner and we were hungry so we went to Highlands China Palace right inside Tagaytay Highlands. It was a good decision. Members of Tagaytay Highlands are very fortunate that they have a large Chinese restaurant that serves well cooked, authentic Chinese food in their backyard. I’m sure this restaurantContinue reading “Highlands China Palace”

Birthday Lunch at Antonio’s in Tagaytay

Last March my friends and I decided to go to Tagaytay for an overnight stay. For our lunch Jennie volunteered to treat us at Antonio’s for her birthday. Aren’t we lucky? The last time I was at Antonio’s was in June 2010 and I raved about the place and the food. That post became oneContinue reading “Birthday Lunch at Antonio’s in Tagaytay”