It only took us about an hour drive to reach Tagaytay. It was a long weekend and a wonderful time to go out of town and spend bonding moments with the family. As soon as we arrived, i took some photos of Taal Volcano and Taal Lake. Had a nice time basking in the scenery, watching the clouds, taking deep breaths and feeling the cool breeze on my face. It has been said that the scenery will rejuvenate the mind and uplift the spirit and i super agree on that.
During one of our adventures in Tagaytay, we’ve already experienced fine dining at Breakfast at Antonio’s which is a high-end restaurant, this time we decided to have lunch at Antonio’s Grill. Food at Antonio’s Grill is great, and i think the best part is trying out for the first time their kangkong (water spinach) salad with shrimp. The taste is so fresh, it has a little spicy bite, it is crunchy and taste so heavenly. Wow! I will surely include that in my favorite food list.
After lunch, we went straight to Summit Ridge which is just a short drive away from Antonio’s Grill. Chillax mode at Starbuck’s, just letting the hours go by, unmindful of time, feeling the chilly crispy wind of Tagaytay after all this cool weather is what attracts the people to the place.
Everyone is craving for hot soup and so for dinner we had ramen at RaiRaiKen. We’ve been here before and i must say that their ramen noodles are so good.
We leisurely strolled around after dinner, bought some souvenirs, just enjoying the view, watching people come in hordes even at 9pm, taking wacky photos of each other and just having fun.
Sweet family bonding moments.. my treasure.
Me talking to hubby “I can’t remember buying a kitty for a souvenir..” LOL it’s my kittycat Star invading my shopping bag.