The N Cafe in Tagaytay, as I call it. It’s like M Cafe version 2 in a post pandemic al fresco garden setting with farm-to-table freshness.
Imagine getting out of your home quarantine and enjoying a deliciously legit Filipino feast amidst the safety of the al fresco greens. Totally worth the drive all the way to Tagaytay.
This restaurant group is known for their malinamnam sauces, exciting food presentations and high quality of ingredients for each dish that comes out of their kitchen.
Can you guess which Tagaytay restaurant this is?
A big bowl of deconstructed farm fresh salad. You can add toppings to your liking with their two signature salad dressings.
Lumpia with fresh ubod and vegetables in a thin wrap. Just add peanuts, garlic water and muscovado sauce to taste.
Boosting our immune system with the freshest vegetables is a must to start the meal.
One of the best bulalos you’ll ever try in Tagaytay—a generous serving of Batangas Bulalo with unlimited bone marrow soup served on a heated portable stove to keep the soup hot (para hindi magsebo).
One of the crunchiest lechon kawalis we’ve tried, with a good layer of meat and fat and served on a bed of healthy vegetables. Ang sarap nito!
They know how to make a yummy gata with this laing that even Bicolanos would approve of. Sarap with hot plain rice.
Simple 3-stick BBQ made special with a simple good marinade, quality pork and a nice BBQ grill presentation.
Ang sarap ng Pinakbet with market-fresh vegetables and just the right mix of pork cracklings and bagoong.
You can taste the peanut kare-kare sauce perfectly paired with their sweet salty bagoong. Panalo!
We love anything brazo for its light sweetness and cheesecake base that satisfies our dessert cravings.
As you bite into the lumpia crunch, you’ll taste the creamy leche flan. Make it extra special by coating it with tsokolate eh and eating it a la mode with ube ice cream. It hits all the right Filipino flavors in one dessert.
Sometimes you need something sour to contrast with the sweetness to end the heavy Filipino meal.
End with suman, mango and tsokolate paired with a hot/cold Alfonso coffee as finale.
This is one of the best Filipino meals you’ll have after that long quarantine at home.
Filipino food never tasted this good. Also, everything was presented so well, with bountiful servings of farm fresh vegetables in every dish.
I know that Farmer’s Table is marketed like a healthy farm-to-table restaurant because of its Nurture Wellness partnership, but most people go there for their Filipino food favorites!
Congratulations to the Raintree Hospitality group and Chef Kalel for the Farmer’s Table concept!
Farmer’s Table Tagaytay
Serving only the goodness of the freshest farm-to-table ingredients in the middle of nature. Escape to the countryside! 🌿 @raintreerestaurants concept 💚
Nurture Wellness Village, 7310 Pulong Sagingan Maitim 2nd West, Tagaytay City, Philippines
Mobile: +63 905 387-7993
Open Everyday from Breakfast to Dinner (message for exact operating hours)
Related Blog Post: Farmer’s Table Restaurant Experience @ Nurture Wellness, Tagaytay
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Disclosure: Our meal was courtesy of Chef Kalel Chan. I wrote this article with my biases, opinions and insights.
P.S. Make sure to take home their Filipino food specialties that we all love like their Dinuguan, Pork Binagoongan, Beef Tapa and Biko!