If you’re one for things just slightly off and a bit extra, then we think Cafe Voi La in Tagaytay might just be your new haven. For justly priced food coupled with appropriate (or should I just say huge?) servings, Cafe Voi La seems like something straight out of a well-traveled 8-year old’s imagination
Facing a traditional Japanese home-looking slanted on a steep road, you walk towards their entrance lit by Christmas lights hung on a wreath on the door frame, passing between two Malaysian guard dog statues; you’re greeted by Japanese lantern chandeliers and servers that will lead you to plush, vibrant coloured couches (warning! You can’t put your feet up, sorry).
Looking around, you’ll see a tastefully done patchwork of different Asian influences. Just as their menu is a mishmash of bold and exciting flavors, usually with strange and daring twists. A mix of western, Asian, and with a touch of Mediterranean-inspired look and feel, their menu consists of an all day breakfast set which serves western and Filipino all-time favorites like Eggs Benedict and Longganisa.
Their main dishes are a curious but exciting concoction of Filipino favorites with a dash of exotic experimentation like their Grilled Norwegian Salmon and their own version of Kare Kare; going into the more uniquely mouthwatering delicacies, their House Specialties menu is t where you can find your all time favorite dishes from all over southeast Asia. From Pad Thai to a variety of Spring Rolls to different types of Curry offerings, Voi La is surely something extra for the taste tripper in you.
For dessert, be sure to try one of their many cheesecakes with a cup of something new like their Vietnamese Latte, Cortado, or a Taro Affogato. Enjoy a refreshing taste trip and dine with them today!
For more information, visit their Zomato profile at https://www.zomato.com/manila/cafe-voi-la-tagaytay-city-tagaytay-city
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