Café Voi La – Beyond The Usual in Tagaytay

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Deviating from the customary while going beyond the usual food expectations. That how I describe Café Voi La restaurant in Tagaytay. Let me count the ways.

 In terms of location, it is not located along the common highway of Alfonso where people customarily head off for lunch or dinner once they hit  Tagaytay. It is actually at the opposite side from Alfonso. Café Voi la is located at the  left side along the way to Tagaytay Highlands. It is located at the very entrance of Crosswinds Tagaytay.

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In terms of product offerings, you will find lots of new and old  local restaurants serving hot bowl of “bulalo” (beef stew), tawilis (a type of small fish) and international cuisines from chain restaurants and fast food.

Cafe Voi La Tagaytay Menu

This outlet serves a wide variety of international cuisines from Italian, American, Asian to our very own beef tapa but without “bulalo”. They serve all day breakfast items, too, like corned beef hash, tapas, daing na “bangus”,  pancakes and omelet until 11AM daily. You can have pasta, salad and pizza too. It has Asian-inspired creations as well but I prefer the grilled US tenderloin beef for my lunch. You can have your coffee and lots of desserts to choose from. The food’s taste is excellent and it seems any dish on the menu will also deliver satisfactorily as well.

Complementary Bread

Corned Beef Hash P395 

Homemade French Fries P70

Grilled US Beef Tenderloin Fillet P595

Beyond location and delicious food, what I really love in Café Voi la is overall ambiance. Its  atmosphere, coziness and quietness of  the place as it is surrounded by pine trees in cold and foggy parts away from the crowded portion of Tagaytay. Indeed, it complements beautifully well the Villar developed Crosswind Resort Suites, a Swiss inspired resort.

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We were just so lucky we have our lunch almost 2pm and we got seated immediately although it is ok to wait for our food if it took a while because you will really feel relaxed.  Its staff are friendly and courteous.

I  enjoyed our food, have no complaint but be sure to have extra buck since it is a bit pricey. Aside from that, I have nothing but good things to say about this outlet.

Cafe Voi La Tagaytay

Address: Iruhin Crosswind Tagaytay City

Open: 8AM – 9PM

Contact No: 09053314457/09183727499

Official Website here

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Kit is a self-taught photographer who possesses an insatiable desire to capture and freeze through his lens remarkable moments that revolve around travel, food, sports and special events. A registered nurse by profession, Kit traces back his passion for visual media when his camera has become his constant companion to his various medical missions and travels. His photographic works can be viewed at the TheSideTripper.com and Imahe.net, website he established that feature collections of photographs and blogs about the many travel and food tripping adventures of his family and friends. He also undertakes freelance assignments for online and print publications, most recently at Motorcycle Magazine where he is a contributor. He may be reached at admin@thesidetripper.com.

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