Café Voila should be on the list of your next Tagaytay food trip
If you’re ever in Tagaytay and are tired of the usual buzz at the city’s most popular haunts, you may want to travel a bit further and check out Café Voila at the Crosswinds, situated just a bit off Picnic Grove.
The café offers great food inspired by a fusion of Asian and Mediterranean cuisine and prides itself for excellent service and a quiet ambience to enjoy your Tagaytay break.
Their satay selection comes alive with their homemade peanut sauce.
“Cafe Voila is that restaurant you wish to keep for yourself but I’m gonna share it with you anyways. This place is known for their Asian fusion food. Filipino – Thai to be exact so expect some gingery flavor and a little spice. ••• For those of you who are looking for that Tagaytay hideout place to enjoy a great scenery, with peace and spend quality time with good food, I am definitely recommending this place. This is the kind of place you’ll go back to because it’s far from that noisy Tagaytay side you usually know. Will definitely go back for more.” ••• -Josette P. (@jaleizah) on the #loolooapp for Cafe Voi-la in Crosswinds Resort Suites, Tagaytay.
Pesto for the win.
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Their salted caramel cake is an in house specialty to die for. Its not to be missed, as it maintains an equal balance of sweet and saltiness that goes best with their coffee.
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Speaking of coffee, it packs a definite punch, but its served in style and comes with a little cookie so everything’s good.
This quiet venue is also a great place to celebrate special occasions and they even offer a customized buffet for their clients. . (ANGEL ONG)