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Best Dining and Travel-Worthy Experience in Tagaytay

Intimate dinner date down South; fancy yet affordable
By Anrol

The Bag of Beans, Tagaytay steep yet mysterious entrance.
I rarely go out on a date, but when I do, I make sure that it's worthy of my money, time, and moment. 

Last night, I went out with my mom and my niece for a dinner and for some fresh and colder air, so we went up to Tagaytay the nearest colder place in the South and checked on the restaurants nearby and for some souvenir goodies at Rowena's.

Since there is so many restaurants in there, we grew tired of thinking which one to go to, we have decided to go visit again the Bag of Beans, the newest branch that located in Tagaytay as well. They have three branches: the one nearby the roundabout in Olivares, Tagaytay; the one in front of Carmela's Banana Cakes store; and the one going to Mendez. Since we don't want to go afar, we chose the one in the middle which is the newest branch - and the most fancy one.

Mom really loves the place, so we had no arguments about this. It was a unanimous decision! The place is very homey, relaxing, and rustic - from the tiles to the stairs to the chandeliers to the tables to the walls to the garden.

There's nothing in there that is not worthy of your photo. Interiors and exteriors are seamlessly wonderful.
Upon entering this is what you will see.
It feels like you're having a dinner in your vacation house.


Second Floor interior of the restaurant.
The restaurant is extended up to the backyard of the house. Perfect for tea, coffee, or anything that
you want to do outside.

We planned to stay here to completely fee the cold weather of Tagaytay. It's give you a parisian-like dining experience. (the common images that we see online that shows restaurants by the street) 


Bag of Beans offers wide selections of Pinoy and French fusions. They offer Quattro Formaggi, BOB Stroganoff Fettucine, Tanigue Steak, Roast Beef, Porter House Steak, Chicken and Pork Adobo, Chicken Strips, and my favorite - pies! All comes in very reasonable prices with bigger servings for bigger appetites. 

For that night, we ordered Chicken and Pork Adobo (I really missed Adobo, as I rarely have this for my meals), Chicken Strips, Chicken & Mushroom and Steak and Gravy pies, and an ultimate finisher, the Banana Split that was said that is only good for one but I actually had to help my mom and my niece to finish the whole serving - it's that big, really!

The Adobo was really savory and the meat was tender and fresh! While the pies were really flavorful and rich. You can definitely taste and feel the stuff inside - real chicken, beef, and ingredients!

From left to right: Chicken Strips, Chicken & Mushroom pie, Steak & Gravy pie, and Chicken and Pork Adobo.
The said Banana Split that was good for one but it was an exaggeration.

The night was fantastic, my mom and my niece loved the ambiance, and definitely a place worth coming back! We only spent P1,105.00 for everything including taxes and the service charge. 

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