Massimo is one of those restaurants in Tagaytay where it is very homey with a country feel to it, having a siesta atmosphere while indulging in the excellent cuisine of Chef Hazel Yu-Galvez, who sharpened her culinary skills in Italy. It is a european type of dining experience where you savor the food and each dish is served one by one without any hurry. I love the al-fresco dining outside where you can savor the tagaytay cool weather and sweet breeze. Although, this is also the smoking section where you could savor tabako smoke if you are lucky 🙂
Anyway, I’ve eaten here almost two years ago and I just started my blog January of 2005 so I don’t really have a detailed post on this. But I’ll just leave you with a sample of her valentine’s menu from feb. 11-15, 2006 for P1,995++ per couple. I don’t mean to promote it but just check this menu out and if I have not eaten here yet, I would be sure to reserve on these dates…
Massimo’s Valentine’s Menu
Soup: Roasted Tomato Bisque with parsley oil
Giant Tortelli of Creamed Spinash and Egg
“Salpicao” of Angus Rib Eye
Mesclun Salad with Mandarin Almond and Citrus Vinaigrette
Mushrooms with thyme, parsley and rosemary
Risotto all’ Aragosta (Lobster) and Truffle Oil
U.S. Angus Peppered Top Blade Stake, or
Lamb Shank Osso Buco
Rosemary & Olive oil cake with Peach Gelato
Massimo’s Decadent Chocolate Cake
Coffee or Tea
After Dinner Treats
Tel# +63 46 413-0881, +63 46 860-2247
Mobile# +63 916 371 5449
How to get there: On the tagaytay national road, once you reach the Petron Station turn right on that fork road. Just go straight and Massimo’s entrance is on the right side. You won’t miss it.
2 thoughts on “Valentine’s Menu @ Massimo, Tagaytay”
Thanks, Anton for posting the directions to (and contact details of) Massimo’s. I read about it from Jullie Yap Daza’s review and my friends and I have been planning to go visit eversince. At least now we can call for reservations, and have an idea of the place and the food. Many thanks again!
Hope you could still remember me from our college years in La Salle. Just doin’some research on the must-eat places in Tagaytay. We’re planning to have a post summer getaway this weekend with my old college barkada and we wanted to try something new this time. Got tired of the usual Highlands and Antonio’s gimmick and based from your reviews, I think I wanna suggest Massimos Cafe or Manos Greek Greek Taverna. Thanks to your very informative and cool site! Hope to see you soon!