Mang Rudy’s Puto @ T-House (Ultimate Tagaytay Tour 8 of 8)

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Mang Rudy’s Puto @ T-House (Ultimate Tagaytay Tour 8 of 8)


Our final stop of the tour is a sunset chill-out merienda with Mang Rudy’s Puto in T-house Dining.

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It is a very relaxing place specially during sunset. It lives up to its name T-house which stands for House of Tranquility.


I just love hanging out here for chika chika until the sun sets and before we go back to Manila.


Mang Rudy’s Puto is a very traditional puto made of galapong rice. This is the best kept secret puto in Tagaytay.


Most of the people love this simple Japanese salad with Japanese sauce and nori on top.


Aidan loves these big pebbles fountain in T-house.


The Flavored Banana Fritters with langka, ube or macapuno are our personal favorite. You don’t know which flavor you’ll get until you take a bite.


A healthy merienda of fresh fruits skewer…


Yes, our Lil’ Mr. Terror 🙂

Thank you to our Ultimate Tagaytay Tour Pioneering Participants: Charles, Asunta, Oskie, Dodjie, Teng, Wendy and Andy, Franklin and Jasmine.

Anton

Text and Photos by Anton Diaz. Copyright 2008.
Email: anton@diaz.ph
Blog: www.OurAwesomePlanet.com

5 thoughts on “Mang Rudy’s Puto @ T-House (Ultimate Tagaytay Tour 8 of 8)

  1. Dear Anton,
    I truly had a great time with you guys in Tagaytay. The day was packed. Never a dull moment. Geesh, some of these places were right along the main road. I never would have known what great treasures were behind ’em walls had not for this tour. Thank you for thinking of this culinary tour. I think that it is a brilliant idea ! We thank also, all those who were behind organizing the minute details to make the tour comfortable and exciting. We even made new friends.
    To Mang Marlon, the bus driver, maraming salamat.
    And to the restaurant owners, thank you and cheers !!! You are truly special. We’ve been telling friends about our discoveries. We look forward to returning.
    So, here’s to more culinary discoveries !!!
    Best regards

  2. this is a very nice place. where exactly in tagaytay is it? 🙂 your blog’s really great. good for you, you have a family that’s very fond of traveling and exploring new places. wish i could do that too. 🙂

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