Monday, February 2, 2009

T House Tagaytay

This is a new addition to the Tagaytay landscape. Although they told me that they've been around for two years already. T House is a modern Bed&Breakfast and Spa located right along the highway so it’s easy to find. It’s just past the Picnic Grove on your left.

We read some nice reviews of the place and we were curious and ever eager to go somewhere new. The property sits on a modest piece of land. The structure as you can see is very modern and tranquil with all the water features scattered around the property. Hubby was very busy taking pictures.

We had our mid-afternoon snack there last Sunday. The California Maki Salad was great. It is a deconstructed California Maki but without the rice in a Japanese dressing of (I’m guessing) Japanese mayo and dashi.

My favorite is the Panna Cotta Duo. Green Tea Panacotta and Lemongrass. I can’t decide which one I like the most. They’re both equally delicious. I would go back to T House if only for this. I highly recommend the Panna Cotta.

Contrary to what you might have read in previous food blogs, Mang Rudy's Puto (rice cake) isn't found here. The puto is pre-ordered during special or private functions as we were told. There was another group that came specifically for the puto also (that's why we came initially too) but they decided to try other desserts instead. They seemed happy naman, I overheard because they wer sitting beside us. Drop by at T House for dessert, you won't be disappointed.

T House is also a spa that offers massages, facials, manicures, pedicures and foot scrubs. I wasn't too impressed with their spa facilities. The spa seemed just like an after thought to the facility. It doesn't look very modern or zen inside.


Random Possum said...

i am so jealous!!! I need to get away from this country...everything is so depressing!!!

Leica said...

You should take a few months' vacation here to re-charge :-)

ArchVL said...


Many thanks for the comments about T House.

from: Vincent Lancelot Soriano-Caisip, uap
Architect of T House