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Tagaytay’s cold climate, stunning views, and impressive establishments make it one of the best places in the Philippines to enjoy a hot breakfast. Now with many restaurants in the city, you might have a hard time picking the right spot to enjoy your morning meal. So to help you get started, here are five excellent establishments to consider:

Charito by Bag of Beans

Named after its owner Charito Antiquera, Charito is the fifth branch of Bag of Beans. And although it is a tad more high-end than its four older sisters, this restaurant still doesn’t fail to deliver the franchise’s now signature specialties. Their breakfast selections consist of Bacon and Eggs, Garlic Beef Tapa, Boneless Bangus and Longganisa, and many more. Take note that Charito is not a place where you can go for a quick morning meal. To maximize your experience, you need to spend long hours enjoying their food, basking in the restaurant’s ambiance, and drinking in the beautiful sceneries of Tagaytay.

Rowena’s Cafe

As one of the most popular pasalubong shops in Tagaytay City, Rowena’s has a long list of delicious Pinoy snacks that are guaranteed to slake your cravings. But aside from their stores, they also have a cafe for those who want to enjoy a hot meal alongside their buko tarts. The dishes they serve include their special bulalo, roast beef special, special laing, pinaputok na tilapia, beef tenderloin steak, seafood pasta, special salad, and pinakbet con lechon. They also serve special blend coffee with flavors like Benguet brew, Sagada shade grown, Ifugao limited blend, and Kaling-ga dark roast.

Deli de San Honore

Since they started serving two years ago, this hidden gem in Tagaytay has become one of the favorite food haunts of residents and tourists. They even have visitors from Sycamore Heights in Tagaytay Highlands and from other posh suburbs. Deli de San Honore is owned by husband and wife Jeremy and Kate Joson. The bakery-slash-restaurant has a quiet garden feel to it, and it’s relatively smaller than other well-known establishments (it can comfortably seat only up to 18 people at a time), making it a perfect romantic getaway spot for couples. The most recommended breakfast dishes on their menu are Smoked Farmer's Sausage, Smoked Honey Glazed Ham, House Corned Beef, and Smoked Duck Longganisa. All these come with garlic rice, egg, and sweet pickle chips.

Breakfast at Antonio’s

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An offshoot establishment of Antonio’s, Breakfast at Antonio’s was created in response to Chef Tony Boy Escalante’s love for breakfast. Serving food all day in an elegant, classic, and simple dining setup, the restaurant will lavish you with their bountiful carte du jour. Recommendations from their menu include Gratinated Portobello Mushrooms & Berry Glazed Duck Liver, Eggs Benedict with Pancakes, Housemade Chorizo and Mushrooms, Mayura Homemade Beef Burger, and their signature Butter Coffee. They also have a deli from which you can get some of their delicious freshly baked bread, jams, and gourmet products.

Cafe Voi La

The Asian art and ornaments, oriental displays, and nifty furniture that adorns Cafe Voi La make it a very vibrant and picturesque restaurant to enjoy breakfast in. Needless to say, it’s the ideal place for people who want to enjoy breakfast and art at the same time. And like Bag of Bean’s Charito, this establishment isn’t for customers who are looking for a quick bite; you need to prolong your stay here if you really want to enjoy everything it has to offer. Cafe Voi La’s menu showcases the best of Asian fusion cuisine, and their dishes include Garlic Beef Tapa, Homemade Chicken Pork Adobo, Chicken Satay, Black Sticky Rice with Mango, and Massaman Back Ribs.

Wrapping Up

You might be tired of hearing this, but breakfast is the most important meal of the day if not the best. So the next time you’re in Tagaytay, and you still haven’t had your morning meal, these restaurants are good places to check out.

Note: This article is a guest post contributed by Angelo Castelda. The views and opinions expressed by the guest blogger do not necessarily state or reflect those of the website, and its content creators. Meanwhile, the attached photos were submitted by the guest writer for reference with photo credits. Please check below information about the author.

Author's Bio:
Angelo Castelda works as a contributor for a news magazine in Asia. He loves to learn and understand diverse cultures and aims to share through his writing his experiences around the world.

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