Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Pies and Coffee at Bag of Beans, Tagaytay

Last Saturday, Robin, Buffy, and I went to Tagaytay to take some pictures and to meet up with Leen who went there for a vacation with her siblings. Robin, Buffy and I had lunch at Teriyaki Boy in One Destination. Robin had Sukayaki and I had the signature Chicken Teriyaki Don. For sides, we ordered Gyoza, California Maki, and Shake Sushi. Service was courteous and fast and the food was good. Teriyaki Boy in Tagaytay has a fantastic view of the Taal Volcano. Good thing the weather there was cool enough for us to stay in the outer back dining area of the restaurant to enjoy the view.

After lunch, we picked up Leen at the Picnic Grove where we took Buffy for a walk and Robin took more pitures of the scenery.

After that we brought her to our favorite Tagaytay hangout spot, Bag of Beans, for merienda. Again, more pictures. We ordered Braided Bread with jam and butter, Bottomless Coffee, House Iced Tea, and mini Apple Pies. As I've said in an earlier post, Bag of Beans is quite easy to miss if you're not consciously looking for it. I've posted here some pictures of the place so you'd know what you'd look for after you've driven past the Tagaytay Public Market (the one along Aguinaldo Highway).

The Bag of Beans Coffee Shop and Bakery

Loaves

Pies

Breads

Coffee

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