Tagaytay is relatively close to the capital city of Manila, only 55 km away providing an easy escape for the locals from the heat of the big city. The best way to enjoy any Tagaytay trip is simply to have a "JOY RIDE" with barkada/family. Luckily we had an SUV from a friend that took us around 30-45 minutes from AUP.
Our first stop was Starbucks Tagaytay which I considered the best coffee shop location overlooking Taal Volcano while enjoying your cup of coffee. We went few meters away to an area popular for taking photos of the Taal Volcano scenery as your backdrop.
Since I was craving for Filipino authentic cuisine, we decided to have our early dinner at Dencio's Tagaytay. It is located at Emilio Aguinaldo Hi-way, Silang Crossing West, Tagaytay City. Dencio's menu consists of Appetizers, Soups, Favorites, Rice & Noodles, & Pork/Chicken/Vegetables dishes.
This restaurant was memorable for me since most of major ocassions back in my university years happened here. What I liked in Dencio's was the wide arrays of Filipino food options on their menu so its like a one-in-all stop if all you want is to satisfy your cravings for all-pinoy food cuisine. It's best to try their kare-kare, crispy pata, sisig & bulalo. For desserts, have a try of their halo-halo, leche flan & turon de sorbetes.
After our happy tummy episode, we decided to went straight home to continue our bonding escapade in Nuvali Sta.Rosa which is one of the latest tourist attraction around the area.
Meeting Place: Adventist University of the Philippines (AUP).
My friends JJ & Ivan with their washable hair chalk color. Check this site to order.
Stop over at Sta. Rosa Heights on the way to Tagaytay.
@ Starbucks Coffee Tagaytay
My NERBYOS Family.
Early dinner at Dencio's Tagaytay.
The sceneric view of Taal Volcano.
Local products like dried fish from Tagaytay.
Don't miss out to visit this wonderful place