My Reviews

Bali Seafood Paluto

5.0 Stars
Seafood
3

For the love of seafood!

Been going to Tagaytay every 3 months and has always been curious about this place. Finally we were able to try this tonight.

Service was fast and crew was accomodating. Ambience was cozy. Not your typical seafood resto.

Food. Oh sooo delicious and fresh! Shrimps with gatlic and butter tastes really good! Calamares fritos was not rubbery and taste was super yummy! Lastly, my favorite Baked mussels covered with a lot of cheese!

Price. Just paid 1350php including a 100 pesos service charge. Totally worth it! Will surely go back here soon!128536

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Crossroad Puzzle: Interactive Lounge

5.0 Stars
Café
6

If you are a GOT fan just like me this is the place to be. Situated at Rimando St. Baguio this cozy little cafe serves the best milkshake in town. The place was GOT themed with the walls labeled with the different kingdoms from this popular series.

Aside from the food, you can also enjoy playing board games here while waiting for the food to be served.

Prices for the food are reasonable and budget friendly. For as low as 200php you get a plate of Aglio Olio pasta and the delicious sisig pasta. Cheesy fries with bacon bits is a must try. Oh but don't forget their yummy nuttella milkshake!

Overall, I love this place and will surely go back when I visit Baguio.

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The Lake District Restaurant and Lounge

5.0 Stars
Café
6

Thought that this place was pricey. At a first glance anyone would think that food here is expensive because of the look of this place. I was amazed when we dine here last night. Food was great and the price? very affordable!

The place was superb! It was relaxing and cozy. The waiter told us that the best tables are at the second floor and offered us the best view of Tagaytay.

We ordered pansit bihon and canton mixed (noodles lover here!) and my chum ordered the crunchy pork sisig. Food was delicious!

This is now one of my favorite resto in Tagaytay and will surely visit again next time.

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Cafe Lidia

5.0 Stars
Italian
2

And as promised I will be back for the rice meals! lol!

Had dinner at this resto last night and tried their best seller rice meals. I had Crispy boneless chicken and my chum ordered Porchetta.

Porchetta is  a savoury, fatty, and moist boneless pork roast of Italian culinary tradition. The carcass is deboned, arranged carefully stuffed with liver, wild fennel, all fat and skin still on.

It's like lechon belly cut in small portions. It was soo yummy and even the crispy chicken was so flavorful!

Prices? not so bad. We paid around 400 plus php for the two meals. Highly recommended resto.

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Amare La Cusina

5.0 Stars
Italian
3

Brick oven pizza at it's finest! Located in Kapitolyo this cozy pizza place serves the best brick oven pizza in town.

At first glance you would think that food there are pricey because of the classic italian ambience. To our surprise the menu was very affordable.

Ordered this white pizza and bacon combo for only 420php good for 3-4 persons but we were able to finish it and it's just me and my chum haha.

Overall we are very satisfied with the place and will dine here again.

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Cafe Lidia

5.0 Stars
Italian
5

First time to dine in this place and I was amazed! My chum was craving for pizza and he told me to try this place.

Located in Marikina near the Feliz Mall is this cozy cafe named Cafe Lidia. I was under the impression that the food will be pricey as the place looks so expensive.

To my surprise, prices were reasonable! We ordered the pesto pasta which cost only 170php. We also tried the 4 cheese pizza for 270php and the yummy Rocky road friz for only 150php.

Best food experience and will go back to try their rice meals.

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Kalanggaman Island

5.0 Stars
Great Outdoors
4

One of the best fine white sand beaches that we have in the country..that is Kalanggaman Island in Leyte.

We travelled all the way from Manila to Cebu to Leyte just to get to this Island. And...it was worth it! It took us almost 7hrs just to get to the city of Pamplona in Leyte. First day was a disaster since it was raining the whole day. We decided to take the trip to Kalanggaman the next day instead.

It's just a few minutes boat ride going to the island but it was quite expensive. Boat ride was around 1500php and we were lucky because there are a few passengers who are island bound too. (it's cheaper if there are other passengers)

There are cottages that can be rented on the island. Unlike in Camiguin that you need to rent an umbrella. There are trees in the area too!

People there are helpful and accommodating. They provided us things that we need but with a small fee of course.

Oh and there is this one chair on the island that was used to be the chair for lifeguards but are now being used by tourists for photo op. Of course we did not miss the chance to have our photo taken there lol.

It was really fun and enjoyable. It's a must visit place for people who are die hard fan of tanning.

Later on I was told there is another route that is much better than the route we took. From Malapascua Island in Cebu we were told that it will only take 15min boat ride to get to Kalanggaman.

Too late we took the long route hahaha. Add this on your summer tour list and you will never regret it!

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Zubuchon

5.0 Stars
Filipino

My favorite fried lechon in the whole world! Zubuchon! First time that I had a taste of this was when I visited Cebu. We went to the original branch located in Marina Mall near Mactan airport.

They say it's over rated but what the heck?! It's still yummy and mouth watering for me!

I was so happy when they opened their branches here in Manila. And wassss sooo happy when they opened a branch in Megamall!

Recommended for lechon lovers. You should also try the lechon dinuguan! (Sorry no pics)

Overall I am soo inlove with this lechon!

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