Me and my colleagues went to Tagaytay City, home for the world's smallest volcano Taal Volcano a couple of weeks ago. I should have posted this weekend food tripping earlier but I had to crop pictures and I have to get all these files from our company computer. But it's better late than never :)
Oh yeah, we also call this our very own team building but we went to Tagaytay because our colleague from Shanghai came over for a vacation, so we all act as tour guides and of course, let her taste what Filipino dishes really are :D
We took her to RSM Lutong Bahay, Lutong Bahay means Home Cooked meals.
The restaurant is wonderful because you have a lovely view of the volcano, you've got singers roaming around from table to table singing songs you can even request for.
Here's a shot of all of us
FULL and happy!
FULL and happy!
before we left the restaurant
we started with
It was hard choice for all of us
our visitor is not a beef eater
I am allergic to chicken and shrimps LOL
you figure it out!
But RSM still has a lot of food choices
Sisig is made from chopped parts of a pig's head —
ears, snout, the brain, etc.
(are you grossed out? lol sorry)
A tiny fish found only at the Taal Lake
Veggies with Coconut Milk sauce
Baked Cheese Tahong
Bulalo is a popular Filipino beef soup including the bone marrow
(sorry I'm not into bulalo but looks like most of them are)
if you are vacationing in the Philippines
you have to order Garlic Rice
I am not a rice eater
but I'll definitely go for at least half a cup!
Fresh Buko Juice
EEeekkk, my fave!
**Our visitor is Echo, the lady beside me who gave me rabbit ears LOL
And photos won't be complete
without me and the hubby
Lovely Taal Volcano as background
It's just an hour and a half to two hours ride,
but it's a wonderful resting place outside of the bustling city!
I've been here so many times
but the place never ceases to amaze me :)
Stay happy! :)
HAPPY EASTER SUNDAY EVERYONE!!!!