One of the reasons to drive all the way to Tagaytay City is visiting the most talked about Bag of Beans. It is top-billed as a coffee shop, and restaurant turned into one. Even if you are just a few blocks away, you can smell the freshly brewed coffee. There is nothing more relaxing than the thought having a cup of coffee and delectable cheesecake at a garden-themed place.
Some would say that Bag of beans has a garden feeling to it similar to the famous Sonya’s Garden. Upon entering the restaurant, a souvenir shop will welcome you. Many items can serve as pasalubong like coffee beans, delicacies, coffee mugs and a lot more. The second floor is where the restaurant proper is located. The charming place will sidetrack you to look around. It is tempting to post an Instagram-worthy photo of the light orbs hanging from the ceiling and other delicate items all throughout the restaurant.
Bag of Beans Tagaytay has plenty of seats, but there are cases wherein you will be asked to wait because it is always full especially on weekends and holidays. If you want to feel a little of privacy or get a romantic feel, go at off peak hours. The alfresco dining area is also something that attracts customers. Overall get the rustic feel with a touch of nature and provincial scene.
The Food at Bag of Beans
Bag of Beans is known to be selling Coffee Alamid or Civet Coffee. It is known to be the most expensive coffee bean variety. They sell all types of coffee from macchiato, latte, decaf, espresso among others. The bestselling frappe is the black Forrest drink that mixes coffee, chocolate, and cherry bits. For those who are not keen to coffee, there are fresh fruit juices available. Aside from coffee, the restaurant is also famous for their cakes and pies. The most notable are delicious English pies and blueberry cheesecakes. The cheesecake has whipped cream and cream cheese. There is also the apple pie ala mode. It has ice cream that complements that warm apple filling. There is also breakfast and brunch buffet for those who want to eat more.
Official Facebook page: www.facebook.com/BoB.Cafe.and.Restaurant.Inc
Address: 115 Aguinaldo Highway, Mendez Crossing West, Tagaytay City
Telephone Number: 046.413.4356 | 046.413.2724