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This Rustic Cafe in Tagaytay Offers a Breathtaking View That Feels Like a Jungle

Unwind at Lula Cafe on your next visit down south.
This Rustic Cafe in Tagaytay Offers a Breathtaking View That Feels Like a Jungle
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Unwind at Lula Cafe on your next visit down south.

Lula Café is a mountain-view café inside the village clubhouse of Monte Vista Subdivision along the Calamba-Tagaytay Road. The village—built in the 1990s, the first in Tagaytay—is a destination in itself, thanks to the spectacular view its location offers. This makes Lula Café a go-to destination in the city, as it allows guests to enjoy the calm and fresh breeze that Tagaytay offers while providing a unique and exclusive view of the city’s lush greeneries, just across the café.

According to co-owner Andie Gamboa, the name of Lula Café is inspired by the view it would offer guests—something she describes as exhilarating or, in Filipino, “nakaka-lula.”

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Lula Café’s well-curated menu combines comfort food, healthy options, and main dishes for all types of tastes and palates. Menu items include Ceviche of the Day (made with the fresh catch of the day to ensure quality), Poutine with steak cut fitters, smoked bacon, and seared mushrooms for starters; an array of pizza and sandwiches; and the freshest and exciting salads. Its All Day Breakfast menu includes Filipino and international classics such as Tender Beef Tapa, Eggs Benedict, Smoked Salmon Hash, and French Toast Brioche.

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The mains are rich selection of dishes: from Pan Roasted Salmon Fillet with Squid Ink Black Rice Risotto; Spiced Freshwater Shrimps with Corn and Adlai; U.S. Beef Tenderloin with Mushroom and Bleu Cheese, Potato Gratin, and Peppercorn House; Herb Roasted Chicken with Walnut Mushroom Pilaf; and Baked Fish in Pomodoro Sauce and Spaghetti Aglio Olio, and Vegetarian Lasagna, among others.

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For dessert, Lula Café highlights the rich flavors of the country with its Lula Cheesecake, Calamansi Pie, Kalabasa Cake, Davao Chocolate Cake, and Suman, Mangga, Kasuy dish.

True to its mission to bring guests closer to nature, Lula Café is mindful of its impact on the environment as well as its community. As such, Lula Cafe creates their dishes using only fresh and locally sourced ingredients, both for environmental purposes and to ensure it serves food that meets the establishment’s high standards.

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“We take pleasure in celebrating the milestones of our guests and creating fun memories through hallmark dinners and events,” Andie said.

Lula Café is open six times a week except for Tuesdays, 8 a .m. to 4 p.m.

This story originally appeared on Esquiremag.phMinor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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