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Highlands Cafe

I love foodtrips especially out-of-town. Its so nice to enjoy one's meal while admiring the lush greenery.

This is what I ate today. The rice was wrapped in banana leaf and I just opened it on my plate. Then I had a serving of bangus and gising-gising. So, so good!




Sizzling (Giant) Bangus. Yes, its a giant bangus. One of the popular dish at Tagaytay Highlands.




 N.B. This is for sharing. Maybe up to 6 pax if you are still ordering other dishes.




Gising-gising. This dish is basically baguio beans sauteed in coconut oil with tons of chili and hint of bagoong. Yummy!




Pizza Margherita. Goodness in very bite. And its really cheap, too.

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