5 Must-Try Food in Tagaytay [And Where to Find Them]

Just a two-hour drive from Metro Manila, Tagaytay is one of the perfect destinations for your road trip. May it be a quick getaway or a week-long stay, you’ll surely experience the best view and taste it offers! Here’s a list of the 5 must-try food in Tagaytay and where to find them. [Check out our list of fun things to do in Tagaytay]

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5 Must-Try Food in Tagaytay

Beef Bulalo

With Tagaytay’s cold climate, the Beef Bulalo is what tourists and locals look for. It is made from hot and delightful broth with quality beef or beef bone marrow as the prime ingredient. You will surely love the steaming bowl of bulalo after touring around the area.

Beef Bulalo
Bulalo | Photo by Jasmine Rose under creative commons

Taste it at Leslie’s, Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay.

Buko Pie and Tarts

Rowena’s is best known for tarts. They have a myriad options for flavors such as strawberry, ube, cheese, mango, blueberry, and buko. The buko tarts in a box are always the tourists’ favorite and tend to be sold out every end of the day. The tarts are filled with fresh buko slices with a sweet dough on top. Don’t forget to put this delicacy in your must-try food in Tagaytay!

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Taste it at Rowena’s, Hill Crest Plaza, Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay.

Angel Cookies

At the Pink Sisters’ Convent of Divine Mercy, homemade cookies and polvoron are sold every day. They are famous because of their cookies, called Angel Cookies, that are freshly made from crushed trimmings of host or unleavened wafers. So after offering prayers, you might want to grab a box of these heavenly cookies!

Taste it at The Pink Sisters’ Convent of Divine Mercy, Tagaytay

Cheese Hopia

Sonya’s Secret Garden also serves freshly baked pastries that lure everyone in Tagaytay Highlands. They serve Filipino pastries such as adobini, kalihim, ogoy-ogoy, putok, and monay. But their best option will always be the famous aromatic cheese hopia! It’s flavorful and the cheese melts through your mouth.

Taste it at Sonya’s Secret Garden, Barangay Buck Estate, Alfonso, Tagaytay.

Mushroom Burger

Mushroomburger Diner serves their signature mushroom burger since 1979. It is made up of patty with approximately 50% mushrooms and 50% real beef. Alberto, the founder, expressed that the ingredients come from his own farm. This then guarantees a distinctive and fresh taste to everyone. They also serve Mushroom Beef Rice Bowl with the patty as the main dish.

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Taste it at Mushroomburger, 581 Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay

Apart from the photogenic views in the place, you might also want to take photos of this must-try food in Tagaytay. Click, post it on Instagram, and delight your social media friends!

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