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FERRIS wheel at Sky Ranch Tagaytay PHOTOS BY POCHOLOCONCEPCION

Where to go when Tagaytay restos are full

FERRIS wheel at Sky Ranch Tagaytay PHOTOS BY POCHOLOCONCEPCION
FERRIS wheel at Sky Ranch Tagaytay PHOTOS BY POCHOLOCONCEPCION

 

 

Stepping out of the hotel to explore Tagaytay is best at night, especially since Sky Ranch stays open till late.

 

The amusement park has a number of rides for the kids to enjoy, including the humongous Ferris wheel that looks as big as the one in Mall of Asia.

 

But it gets difficult to find a place to have lunch on weekends, when almost every restaurant gets full, including Balay Dako, which seems to be the most sought-after dining place here.

 

Fortunately there’s Rowena’s—a gift shop and restaurant that is said to have overtaken Colette’s as the most popular place to buy buko pie. Rowena’s draws people for its tarts—which come in buko, mango, apple, ube and pineapple varieties.

 

Its restaurant also has a wide variety of dishes, including what everybody wants to eat when in Tagaytay—bulalo.

 

Visit the branch before the Olivarez rotunda; it has an exhilarating view of Taal Lake and Volcano. Pocholo Concepcion

 

 

Rowena’s Pasalubong Haus and Restaurant, Hill Crest Plaza, Crossing Silang, Tagaytay; tel. nos.0949-1972835, (046) 4830717

 

ROWENA’S Pasalubong Haus and Restaurant draws people for its tart —which come in “buko,” mango, apple, “ube” and pineapple varieties.
ROWENA’S Pasalubong Haus and Restaurant draws people for its tart —which come in “buko,” mango, apple, “ube” and pineapple varieties.
ROWENA’S Pasalubong Haus and Restaurant draws people for its tarts—which come in “buko,” mango, apple, “ube” and pineapple varieties.
ROWENA’S Pasalubong Haus and Restaurant draws people for its tarts—which come in “buko,” mango, apple, “ube” and pineapple varieties.