This Tagaytay getaway has made it exceptionally enjoyable visiting some pasalubong shops. We went to Rowena's known for their mini-size tarts, blueberry and strawberry cheesecake, a variety of sweet and spicy tamarind preserves and an array of delicious home-made food items.
Then we dropped by at Amira's Buko Tart Haus, famous for their bite-size version of the buko pie and assortment of tasty goodies.
Then we had a good time wandering through rows of mouthwatering fruits, vegetables and selection of dried fish at the Tagaytay wet market.
But our trip didn't stop there, we headed over to Greenfield City's Paseo de Sta. Rosa in search for house and lot agent, and we were able to view some model houses. Also, we had lunch at Kanin Club, a Filipino dining restaurant.
There are lots of choices, and we opted to have Hototai Soup (P210), Binukadkad na Tilapia (P231), Adobong Kangkong (P91), Crispy Pata (P412), Bistek Pinoy (P175) and Turon KC (P84).
It was a comfortable place for an awesome lunch. If ever you're in Sta. Rosa looking for a nice meal, I would definitely recommend Kanin Club.
Till next time... toodles,