Go for the View, Stay for the Food in Tagaytay

Tagaytay’s main draw is to witness the amazing scenery of the volcanic lake within a lake. Once you are there, you have to stay for at least one meal. Here are 3 amazing dishes in Tagaytay that makes the drive worthwhile:

Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict at Breakfast At Antonio’s

If you are looking for a place with classic breakfast and brunch selections, head to a Tagaytay favorite – Breakfast At Antonio’s. If you are an eggs benedict fan and or a smoked salmon fan, the Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict is the choice on the menu for you.

E. Aguinaldo Highway
Daily, 7am to 9pm


Kilaw Sugba at Balay Dako

If you want quality Filipino cuisine with epic views of the lake, Balay Dako serves some of Tagaytay’s best dishes. For a great start to the meal, try the Kilaw Sugba which compares the Filipino version of ceviche and the country’s love of pork.

Kilaw Sugba at Balay Dako. Kinilaw, the local ceviche of white fish, is combined with grilled pork for a contrast of tastes, textures, and cooking all in one plate. This is an excellent appetizer to share with your table

Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway
Daily, 11am to 9pm


Spicy Salmon Maki at Aozora Japanese Cafe + Bistro

While many travelers prefer to dine with the view of the lake, there are also those that prioritize great food. If you love Japanese food, head to Aozora where you can breathe in the cool Tagaytay air surrounded by lush greenery. Sushi roll fans should order the Dragon Maki and the Spicy Salmon Maki.

Spicy Salmon Maki at Aozora loaded with extra spicy salmon on top. Such a great deal and satisfying order especially for sushi roll fans. Sashimi and sushi are a great way to start your meal at Aozora

SVD Road corner Tagaytay-Calamba Road
Monday to Thursday, 9am to 9pm
Friday to Sunday, 9am to 10:30pm


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