Revisiting Bag of Beans – Tagaytay

Bulalo was the primary priority of our Tagaytay Trip, but we were already hungry. So we decided to have something light for our merienda.

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Rootbeer float for the gentleman. (130php)

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Kapeng barako for the lady. (95php) :p I actually am not fond of this strong brew, but I was missing my coffeeholic besty Jap so bad that I got this so I can tag her on Facebook to make her inggit. It worked. >:P

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Miko got his favorite Shepherd’s Pie (130php)

 BOB4

and pinaliguan niya ng hot sauce. Ayun, naubos niya tuloy agad yung rootbeer float niya. Mwehehe!

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I had the Chicken and Mushroom Pie. (130php)

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Loved it’s chunky filling and creamy sauce.

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I talked to their myna bird before we left Bag of Beans. I said Hi and it said Hello. Then I said Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious and it didn’t reply. Bakit kaya? :p Siguro naisip niya, loko itong babaeng ito, tukain ko kaya sa mukha? :p

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Haven’t tried their breakfast or brunch buffet yet. Well, that’s something to put on the list of activities in our next Tagaytay Takaw Trip. ;)

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Bag of Beans
115 Aguinaldo Highway, Mendez Crossing West,
Tagaytay City
(046) 413-4356, (046) 483-0475
0922-8818265, 0920-9546370

// listening to Incubus – Dig

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4 thoughts on “Revisiting Bag of Beans – Tagaytay

  1. Here in the Philippine for vacation and Tagaytay is on my list of places to visit. I will look for this cafe. Thank you.

  2. Pingback: Balinsasayaw Bed and Brunch – Tagaytay | IYA-IYA-YO!

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