Great day trip or overnight trip just a short drive south of Manila. If you're a foodie, you're in luck as there are a lot of delicious eateries. I, personally, would make a foodie trip out of it; but for outdoor enthusiasts, there's the hike up Taal Volcano. Families can just hang out in little huts on the cliff, looking ...
Restaurants near Tagaytay
- 10.03 mi
- 23.24 mi3.24 mi from Tagaytay3 reviews
Cute cafe with a view. Oprah raved about their Alamid Coffee (aka Civet Coffee...look it up), and it IS pretty good. Come to avoid crowded locales, look out over the water, and sip Barako coffee. Head's up: parking can be a bit painful in the miniscule lot.Popular withFoodiesLocalOutdoor
- 31.12 mi
- 42.95 mi2.95 mi from Tagaytay1 review
For some good Filipino grub after trekking up Taal Volcano, head to Leslie's for bulalo, dalandan shake, and sisig. It's hard to imagine something here that isn't tasty. There's no airconditioning, but a cool breeze blows through the very open layout. It's a casual, but nice, establishment where you'll see mostly large groups, so it gets a little loud. If ...
- 52.43 mi
- 616.34 mi16.34 mi from Tagaytay
We were on our way back from the Club Punta Fuega when our host immediately pulled over the side of the highway to stop here. Literally, this "house" was facing the highway. I've been telling him since I arrived in PH, that I was craving REAL cassava cake, so I was extremely lucky that we came across this gem! It ...Popular withBudgetLocalFoodies
- 710.81 mi10.81 mi from Tagaytay1 review
This is one of the few restaurants in the area that is open until 10pm. Their thin crust cheese pizza was good and not too heavy. Leave room for dessert and order the Tartufo. It's a three layer chocolate cake with dark and white chocolate mousse! YUM!
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