Tuesday 29 July 2014

Bag of Beans Tagaytay

Tagaytay is known for its laid back feel perfect for a Sunday family fun day and ideal as well for friends looking for a great dinner with a perfect picture spot. Recently there was so much reviews about Bag of Beans Tagaytay so I  made it to a point to check it out. As what they claim that this food haven is serving great food & ambience, I was not disappointed at all. Coz if you haven't been here, you're probably missing half of your life.

Starting off the experience with their famous black coffee was just a wonderful experience on a cool afternoon with a open space and lots of comfortable nooks. You will really appreciate nature in here if you want a break from the city. While waiting for the food items to be served, we had so much fun laughing out loud & remembering our memories of Tagaytay back in college  days.

Bag of Beans is nestled in unman cured garden setting in Tagaytay. It's actually the experience and ambience that you would be paying for aside from the food. That make drinking coffee here in a totally different experience. Bag of Beans has been brewing Kapeng Barako and Kapeng Alamid for locals & tourist for almost 13 years now. Many people may go here because of their scrumptious cheesecakes while having a sip of their aromatic coffee. They also serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and of course don't forget to drop by their souvenir store where you can buy pasalubong like breads, pastries & coffee beans.

Chocolate Chips Pancake (Php 185.00)

Brewed Barako Php (285.00)

House Blend Coffee (Regular / Bottomless)

Tagliatelle Gamberri (Php 375.00)

Spaghetti with Cream Sauce (Php 290.00)

Chocolate Chips Pancake (Php 185.00)

Blueberry Pancake (Php 195.00)

Medallion of Beef (Php 495.00)

Roast Beef (Php 370.00)

Caesar's Salad (Php 210.00)

Root Beer Float (Php 130.00)

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The Bag of Beans Team Food Critics ;)

I will definitely come back here at Bag of Beans.

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