Monday, March 28, 2011

Cheese Cakes and Coffee: Bag of Beans

I have been to Tagaytay a lot of times already and I always pass by Bag of Beans, we stop by to buy bread and pies a couple of times but never really got the time to sit and relax and enjoy what the place has to offer. I finally got the chance to try what Bag of Beans has to offer, other than their bread and pies.

The quaint looking facade invites people to come in and have experience what the Bag has to offer. When you enter thru the front door, get ready to feast your eyes and nose thru the wide array of breads and pies.

Our group just came from a hefty lunch buffet and so we decided to stay in Tagaytay to just chill of have some dessert.

Found on the table after a quick run through the menu:

Blueberry Cheesecake (p135)

Strawberry Cheesecake (p135)
Carrot Cake (p110)
 I soo love the cheescake! The Blueberry and Strawberry is overflowing! It's not too sweet, just taste right and is very creamy. Fell in love with cheesecakes! I will definitely go back and buy if I have the chance to pass by the place again!

Frozen Chocolate (p105)
 Angel and I shared this Frozen Chocolate drinks, we can't eat and drink too much sweets at that time. The frozen chocolate is perfectly blended and taste just right. It's one of their best seller, the other one is their Black Forest Frappe.
Cappuccino (p95)
We stayed at the 2nd floor, enjoyed our cakes, coffee and relaxing time together. Besides from the cakes and coffee, Bag of Beans is also known for their Breakfast and Lunch Meals, English Pies, Pancakes, Grilled dishes, House Blend and Kapend Barako. (yes, the have bottomless coffee!) Had a really good time and will definitely go back.

Photo taken by: Dax

Bag of Beans, Tagaytay

3650 Aguinaldo Highway, Mendez Crossing West
Tagaytay City, Cavite

(046) 413-2724

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