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Bag of Beans Main, One of Tagaytay’s Gorgeous Dining Spots

Bag of Beans Tagaytay

I’ve been a fan of Bag of Beans Tagaytay Main ever since I visited the restaurant in 2018. I fell in love with the restaurant’s beautiful interiors and charming floral accents from wall to ceiling. Indeed, this branch is one of Tagaytay’s gorgeous dining spots.

What To Expect Inside the Bag of Beans Tagaytay Main Branch:

The vibrant colored hanging umbrellas, the lovely plants at the pathways, and the wooden swing at the entrance create a welcoming ambiance. The light music that plays in the background and the warm greetings of the staff is very inviting.

These eye-catching hanging umbrellas at the entrance are everyone’s favorite photo spot. It made the place even more lovely.
Bag of Beans Reception Area

Indoor Dining:

The Garage theme space near the entrance will surely give you a good vibe if you are a motorcycle enthusiast or simply like the masculinity touches in a restaurant. This unique concept uses a real motorcycle as wall art decoration. Motorcycle parts & accessories, old plate numbers, and road directions are also all over the place.

The restaurant has a mini library space that offers books for reading inside the restaurant only. I’m sure this library-inspired space will make every book lover enjoy having coffee while reading books.

With Christmas just around the corner, the restaurant has a spot for Christmastime. This rustic Christmas room is perfect for dinner time or a simple snack with a loved one. If you like a merry feeling while having lunch or dinner, this spot is for you.

Alfresco Dining Area:

Fresh air with a relaxed ambiance and a socially distanced seating arrangement is all we need to have worry-free dining out. This wide-open-spaced garden setting feels like you are having a meal in one of the restaurants in Italy. It has a festive look and a happier vibe than the indoor dining area. Pets are allowed at the Alfresco dining area.

The food:

Bag of Beans serves Filipino, Italian, Mexican, Vietnamese, and Japanese cuisine. They serve the food on a big plain white platter which made the food very appealing.  

Here are some of the food we tried during our recent visit:

Fresh Garden Salad– This mixture of raw vegetables is very refreshing to eat. I love the colorful presentation of the salad. The sweet and tangy dressing is perfect for crisp greens, carrots, and cucumber strips.

Chicken Pork Adobo – Served with two pieces sunny side up eggs, garlic rice and, seasonal fruits. The chicken and pork meat are tender. This dish is very flavorful, goes very well with the garlic rice.

Bangus Belly with Laing. – The fish is very tender and full of flavors. The Laing on the side is not too spicy, but they add a piece of red hot chili pepper if you want it spicier. The fish and the Laing go well with the freshly cooked rice.

Breaded Prawns – Breaded fresh prawns served with tonkatsu sauce, vegetable tempura, and Japanese pickle. It has a perfect flavor and crunch, especially when you dip it into the tonkatsu sauce.

Coffee – The Capuccino has a rich flavor, while the House blend does not have a strong, bold taste.

Overall impression:

  • Although the restaurant’s location is on the opposite side of the famous Taal Lake and without any view of the volcano, The restaurant is still all worth the visit.
  • The restaurant’s furnishings,  ceiling fixtures, and  floral decors complement each other, making it aesthetically pleasing.
  • The place is spotless and tidy,
  • The wait staff are very attentive and gave a  quick service.
  • The food tastes good, and is reasonably priced.
  • Strictly follows COVID 19 minimum standard health protocol
  • Large parking space.
  • Clean and nice smelling restroom.
  • Very accessible

Complete Address: Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway

Contact number: 0917-8667033

Thank you, and enjoy dining out while keeping each other safe!

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