Best Coffee Places in Tagaytay

By: Crown Asia
Best Coffee Places in Tagaytay

Tagaytay City is one of the most popular getaway destinations due to its accessibility to Metro Manila. With the overlooking view of the stunning Taal Lake, gastronomic food, and cold temperature, this place is famous among work-weary weekend warriors. It also captivated various top real estate developers to build luxury hotels, condotels, condos and resorts. Crown Asia is one of the leading developers in the Philippines which has introduced Pine Suites Tagaytay, a chic residential condominium development. It is advantageously located along Bonifacio Drive which makes it closer to an array of dining places and stunning panoramas. Tourists and residents are promised to enjoy the beauty of nature right at their doorsteps. Residents may choose from their Danish architecture-inspired condominium units which will allow them to experience the cool weather and sweet scent of hundreds of pine trees. While enjoying the luxury of having their private suites, families may have relaxation, family bonding, and friendly get-togethers in some coffee shops near Pine Suites.

Here are some of the best coffee shops and restaurants in Tagaytay 

Bag of Beans by Charito – Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay

Bag of Beans is a famous cafe and restaurant for its warmth, cozy, and rustic interior design. It is located at 150 Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay City which is five minutes away from Pine Suites. This family-owned business is designed to convey a comfortable and calming ambiance where customers can taste mouth-watering dishes. They serve American-Asian fusion dishes, freshly baked pastries, and locally produced coffee.

Café VoiLa – Crosswinds Tagaytay

Situated at Crosswinds, Barangay Iruhin, Central Calamba Road, is an Asian-fusion restaurant named Cafe Voi La. The place is a creative masterpiece of Ica Sebastian that features Asian fine art and ornaments, and fittings collected from the owners’ trips around the world. It is not the typical café; guests are guaranteed to have a unique dining experience. Their Café Voi La Signature Chicken Satay is highly recommended for those who want the fusion of Indonesian, Cambodian, and Vietnamese tastes and spices like lemongrass, turmeric, and kaffir lime. They also offer a variety of coffee that takes inspiration from the flavors of Asian countries. A hot cup of Latte and a slice of Caramel Cheesecake is a great way to enjoy the picture-perfect view of the restaurant.

Coffee Project – Crosswinds Tagaytay

Just across from Café Voi La is another al fresco café, Coffee Project. Its brick walls, industrial-type ceiling, vintage design sofas, and made of wood furniture give warmth and a cozy atmosphere. Aside from the unique interiors, this coffee shop also offers quality dishes and Arabica coffee to tourists and residents of Tagaytay. Customers will experience the beauty of nature inside the coffee shop because of the variety of plants inside. While sipping a cup of coffee, guests may also visit the balcony for a breath of cool air and see the majestic view of Crosswinds. The Coffee Project’s signature coffee is composed of 70% Arabica coffee that is imported from Brazil and 30% Robusta coffee from Sumatra. This mixture gives their customers’ coffee a tasty and sweet-smelling smell. Their popular blend, the Vietnamese Latte, is produced from Nguyen beans. These beans have a strong flavor that balances well with sweetened milk. The drinks that they offer are best paired with sandwiches, pasta, pastries, and other dishes.

Starbucks Coffee – Lavender Tagaytay

Starbucks is a famous coffee shop in the Philippines. It has different trendy branches in Tagaytay City, but its newest branch along Aguinaldo Highway in Domicillo Design Hotel has a panoramic and splendid view of the Taal Lake. Its floor-to-ceiling glass walls guarantee that customers will appreciate the scenery while experiencing their savory pastries and drinks. Guests may also choose to sit in their al-fresco area to free the cold and cool wind of Tagaytay. Aside from the stunning atmosphere, the light-wood design, pastel accents, and wooden couches give the branch a laidback vibe.

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Caffe Nativo Tagaytay

The owners of this Caffe Nativo used to work in a coffee shop in Dubai. They succeeded to form a restaurant that serves delightful local coffee and sumptuous dishes.  It is a unique restaurant located along Calamba Road where visitors can be amazed by its quite eccentric restaurant theme. The ceiling and the walls have different characters, images, and calligraphy painted on them. While appreciating the place’s unique vibe, everyone will surely have a cup of local coffee at Caffe Nativo. Those who are not fond of coffee-based blends may also choose from their other beverages like tea, milkshakes, soda, and fresh juice. To add to the distinctiveness of the place, their cakes are stored in a glass refrigerator that every customer can see and buy. A few of their popular desserts include Blueberry cake, Oreo cheesecake, red velvet crinkles, chocolate dome cake, and chocolate campfire cake.

Flour Pot Rum Cakes Al Fresco Café Tagaytay

Another Al Fresco Café set at The Inn at Cliffhouse is Flour Pot Rum Cakes Al Fresco Café.  The café in Tagaytay is popular for its many pastries, particularly its rum cakes and strawberry doughnuts. Guest can adore their signature pastries and coffees in a rustic, open-air scenery. Customers who are weary in heart and soul are entertained by the exquisiteness of nature with the different plants and rope lights around the place.

Greenhouse Café Tagaytay

Relaxing in a nature setting is mentally beneficial to everyone. This is probably the reason why Greenhouse Café has chosen to create a restaurant with a picturesque garden view. It is a real greenhouse which is in Casa Celina Tagaytay at Enrile St., Tagaytay City.  A perfect place for the plantitos and plantitas since it houses more than sixty varieties of rare plants from different parts of the Philippines and other Asian countries.  It also offers a variety of soups, salads, pasta, rice meals, sandwiches, and coffee. The popular dishes that captured the palettes of their customers are the Bacon Cheese Croquette Laksa Lemak, and Steamed Soy & Ginger Fish Fillet. For dessert, guests can try their Sinfully Belgian Chocolate Cake which can be paired with hot and cold coffee, juices, smoothies, and fruit shakes.

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