Friday, February 8, 2013

Chateau Hestia, Tagaytay

For our anniversary, my boyfriend and I decided to go to Tagaytay for change, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.  I wanted something new, a change in scenery, and a different ambiance so I searched the internet for a new restaurant in Tagaytay.  I came across Chateau Hestia, a garden restaurant that promises a european experience.  The menu seemed okay and the price was not expensive, so off we went.

It wasn't very hard to find when you're familiar with Tagaytay, just make sure to look at the map in their website so you have a guide. We got to the place in time for dinner and it was so dark!  We were not able to explore the place, and sad to say, no pictures. I'll just be giving a review of the food.

We availed of their set menu at P700 per person. All I can say is, you get what you pay for. 

Here are the pics!

Freshly baked bread with eggplant spread

Minestrone Soup

Chateau Hestia's Salad

Beef Stroganoff

Mango Panna Cotta

Chateau Hestia

Wine shop inside Chateau Hestia
Check out the place during the day so you won't miss the experience.  As for the food, sad to say, its not worth the drive.  I loved the Minestrone soup though. :)