Tagaytay City has been one of my favorite places. With almost just one hour travel from Metro Manila, it gives an accessible getaway experience for people who can spare just a day or two for vacation. There are wide varieties of places to visit: parks, restaurants, hotels and resorts. I often go to Tagaytay but this is the first time I blogged about the place. I look forward to writing more about sights to see there.
About Tagaytay City: http://www.tagaytay.gov.ph/
Recently, we were able to dine at Leslie’s – one of the highly recommended restaurants for families and large groups visiting Tagaytay. The resto has a large capacity for groups of 20, you can also relax with the view of Taal Volcano.
Leslie’s serve Filipino dishes. Foreign tourists dining here enjoy the taste of Filipino food ( I can tell because three tables beside ours were occupied by Korean, Chinese and Americans) . A must try is their bulalo, which won an award last year for best tasting bulalo. They also have a wide range of meat and vegies.
How to cook your own tuna sisig http://lutongpinoy.info/tuna-sisig/
Cook your own adobong kangkong http://angsarap.net/2012/08/20/adobong-kangkong/
About Sooo Pinoy Awards: http://www.unileverfoodsolutions.com.ph/promotions/sooo_pinoy_page
They have set meals for groups of 5,10,15 and 20 people ranging from Php500-Php700 per head. I grabbed the menu for you to also check out their other specialties.