Sikat Rd, Alfonso,
Tagaytay 4123

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11:00am - 06:00pm


11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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A lot of sugar was added to the top, resulting in the hard caramel layer that was a bit too thick and sank into the custard while attempting to break through, and still has sugar grains beneath it like unstirred coffee. However, the pleasant lavender scent is prominent right after the cracking. The dessert was too sweet and syrupy overall, luckily it's just a small cup.


This grilled loin chop is super big, maybe about the size of my hand with fingers spread out. Don't even bother with the rice unless you have two stomachs... ok maybe just one spoonful of the bit that's been immersed in the savoury juices seasoned with fennel and pepper. Exercise that knife to cut through the one-inch thick hunk of meat, each morsel is chewy and a bit on the lean side. The crackling edges drew some audible sighs from me... unadulterated delight of the G-rated kind. Take short breaks with the tangy salsa, it re-energises the tastebuds from the heavy-duty meal.


This is one of the regular appetisers on the menu without extra charge. The chickpea mash is mixed with olive oil, chopped herb and garlic, topped with a dash of paprika powder. The garlic was a tad overpowering, I'd have preferred much less of it, but it was still a good dip with the crisp and slightly charred thin tortilla triangles. The server even offered to give me more hummus when I had a few pieces left! Service is really the best thing about dining in the Philippines.


Marcia Adams is pretty well known in Tagaytay, and is in the top ten of almost every food-hunt list. Getting around Tagaytay is tricky for tourists with little knowledge of the jeepney/tricycle routes, and coming to this garden restaurant is a huge hassle without a car. There aren't any taxi services in this town as well, so thankfully the owner of my accommodation offered his driver to get me there, phew!
You are greeted by the lush greenery right from the entrance, a signpost marked "This Way" points you to the path down to a clearing where there is an open-air seating on one side and a indoor Tuscany-style dining area on the other.
Meals here are served in three courses at a minimum price of PHP700 (slightly over SGD20) depending on the main course price, though certain appetisers and desserts have additional charges as well.


A pear, pink peppercorns, ricotta, etc etc. A pretty good salad.

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