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Steak It



We discovered this resto during one of our trip to Tagaytay. It's because we got tired of eating pizza and bulalo. Also, the meals costs less than a hundred bucks so its really budget friendly on a backpacker's budget. Another plus is that the food tastes great! Hubby loves the german franks and bratwursts while daughter and I prefered the steaks.



The resto also has a rooftop area which is where we always prefer to dine since you can really feel the cold Tagaytay air there. Some nights, they have a band performing pop music there.




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