Cafe Voi La in Crosswinds Tagaytay

Driving up to Tagaytay will always end up in a food trip. Why not, there are plenty of good restaurants with good food and stunning view that makes the dining experience memorable. Tagaytay is not only about bulalo, there are plenty new restos that are something to look forward to every visit. One of which is Cafe Voi La in Crosswinds Tagaytay. Cafe Voi La serves Asian fusion dishes but I think the menu offers mostly Thai dishes, but they also serve Vietnamese coffee.

My Nanay loves Thai dishes so we zeroed in on Chicken Satay and Tom Yum Kung.

cafe voila chicken satay

Cafe Voi La Signature Chicken Satay (5 pcs), Php 495

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Happiness inside the Bag of Beans

It’s a pre-Valentine’s weekend, and like I said before, I’m not a fan of V-day. But Jeff asked me to spend the weekend atop the mountain (Mt. Batulao) and in the cool breezy Tagaytay. It’s been more than a year since my last climb, why not? And so we had a day hike at Mt. Batulao which I will write after my sore muscles are gone, hehe. After the climb, I was so hungry that I’d like to eat at the nearest carinderia, Ate Fe’s, and order a piping hot bulalo. But Jeff wanted a more relaxing ambiance so I suggested Bag of Beans which I saw earlier.

Bag of Beans Tagaytay can’t be missed because it’s located along Aguinaldo Hiway. It has a quaint and rustic facade fit for a relaxing ambiance of Tagaytay.

Bag of Beans, Tagaytay

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