If you regularly visit this blog or my facebook page, you will notice that we looooove crepes. After our lunch at La Esquina in Splendido, we headed off to Cliffhouse to have dessert, coffee and tea.
It's nice to transfer places when dining out. Our objective was to take Gerry and Tony to as many places in Tagaytay as we can so that they will get a feel of the place and see as much as our time allows.
As usual hubby had his banana split. We didn't take a photo of it anymore since he always orders that or any dish with tons of ice cream.
I had a Mango Crepe with condesed milk. This is one of my favorite combinations. When I make crepes at home, I also do this specially when mangoes are in season.
Tony and Gerry shared a Blueberries and Cream Crepe. Dessert crepe with Mantecado ice cream, whipped cream and Blueberry preserves. Very decadent and sinful :-)
Gerry ordered the Cafe Mocha as well. All coffee in Cafe Breton is made with Kapeng Barako, or local Batangas Coffee. "Barako" in Tagalog means "manly" or "muscular". As the name Kapeng Barako suggests, the coffee is very robust and packs a punch.
Our diet (of sensible eating) was thrown right out of the window, just for this weekened... I hope!
Cliffhouse is a nice place to have a vantage point of Taal Volcano. It's not crowded like the other places.
Cliffhouse is also a very nice place to have lunch or dinner. Buon Giorno, Cafe Breton and Fire Lake House Grill are all excellent places to have your meals.