We went there via public transportation but it's just a few minutes away from Tagaytay. We easily found the place because we took a tricycle and drive knows already. Commuting back to Tagaytay was a different story though! It took us a while to ride a bus/jeep going back because it's holiday, I think.
This is what the restaurant looks like inside.
⚠️ Since we are still on a pandemic, safety protocols are followed. Contact tracing forms are filled out and they took our temperature before we went inside. It's spacious so no worries for social distancing. And I was right, it was the perfect time when we went there because only few customers are there when we arrived. Hehe.
⚠️ Only 15 to 65 years are allowed for dine in. Face masks and face shield are still required.
The management toured us around the place. Of course, we have to check the farm. Hihi. Their plantation is different from Baguio. As you can see on the photos, they are planted hanging and not on the ground because they use Aerophonics. Hindi ka na mahihirapan yumuko bes. Haha!
They will soon open other amenities like bed and breakfast (or it's probably open by now). They also have an outdoor venue for events like weddings, birthdays, etc.
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