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Taalena

One fine weekend, we got invited by hubby's friend to join his family for an overnight fun in Tagaytay. We stayed at a farm somewhere in Alfonso-Mendez boundary. The following day was spent visiting the farm and a trip to the highlands. Got hungry afterwards and ended up in Taalena. Was suppose to eat at Mahogany Market but its still a long way off. Glad that we chose Taalena.


Crispy Pata. A Filipino dining experience is not complete without crispy pata. Yummy!





Bulalo. Not bad. But I prefer the ones at Mahogany Market. Maybe its the ambiance? ;)




Kare Kare. Its okay and tastes good. But it is so orange-y.




Crispy Tawilis. Must-have when dining in Tagaytay.




Fresh Fruit Platter. I love the colors!


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