Food Trip: Bag of Beans, Tagaytay

03 April 2011

 

Food Trip: Bag of Beans, Tagaytay

 

It has been years since I last went to Bag of Beans for coffee. Approximately 4 years later, am back, not just for BOB’s coffee but for a quick dinner too.

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You probably would have already seen this place when you got stuck in traffic in the Mendez intersection. At first one would have thought it’s just a small simple cafe where one could quickly grab a hot steaming coffee and some freshly baked pastries.

 

But lo and behold, when you descend to the garden, Bag of Beans is neither small nor simple. It is not just a cafe at all. The coffee shop, after all, is a real open air garden restaurant. Guests are free to choose from the several mini spaces to dine in.

 

Entrance to the garden
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Cozy Corners
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Dinner at Bag of Beans was delightful, primarily due to the restaurant’s nice ambiance – think Sonya’s Secret Garden and Isabelo Restaurant-style. Ambiance was great! Bag of Beans has lots of romantic nooks, comfortable mini spaces, and picture-perfect spots.

However, our dinner did not turn out well. My order of Chicken Kiev was a bit over-cooked, tough, and a bit bland for my taste. The pasta was a bit bland too. Our best friends for the night were Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper.

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Despite the bland taste of food, I still do like Bag of Beans for its ambiance and desserts. But moving forward, I would probably stick to Bag of Beans best sellers – – BOB breakfast, coffee, desserts, pastries, and English pies.

 

DETAILS
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Food Spot: Bag of Beans
Address: 115 Aguinaldo Highway, Mendez Crossing West, Tagaytay City, Philippines
Telephone Number: +6346.413.4356 / +6346.413.2724
Website: http://bagofbeanstagaytay.net
Budget: PHP 50 – 250 per person
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2 thoughts on “Food Trip: Bag of Beans, Tagaytay

  1. Bag of Bean Coffee is the best I have took so far.
    I am going to Manila in the middle of March from Tokyo Japan ,but this time I can not spare the time to visit to Tagaytai city due to my tight schedule of my tour, so I like to know if I can procure the bag of bean coffee in Manila ciry.
    Looking forward to your kind reply,
    Best Regards
    N.Nakagami,Tokyo

    • Hi. Unfortunately, to date, there’s only one “Bag of Beans” branch. The sole branch is in Tagaytay. However, if you are looking for coffee beans, several high-end supermarkets and grocery stores in Metro Manila have them. However, these beans are not as fresh as the ones you may get in nearby provinces such as Batangas.

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