When good food and adventure become one

Nothing beats a good meal when you’re bushed.

After an exhilarating day of rides, fill yourself with Sky Ranch Tagaytay’s varied and delectable food choices.

MISO Ramen.

Cup of Joe

What’s a day without coffee?

Whether it’s to perk yourself up for an exciting day ahead or to give yourself a post- escapade treat, Practical Coffee at The Canopy is always an excellent choice.

This coffee shop, which is barely a year old, has no frills when it comes to serving a good brew. Theirs is served iced or hot, whether it’s Black, White, Mocha, or Dulce.

Pair your cup with Egg Sando, a konbini-style egg salad in sourdough shokupan; Kani Cucumber made from shredded Kang, cucumber and ebiko in sourdough shokupan; Avocado Toast prepared with a chunky avocado and crisp breakfast radishes in sourdough shokupan; Pineapple Cream that is put together with torched pineapple and light chantilly cream on sourdough shokupan; Strawberry Cream fixed with fresh strawberries and light chantilly cream on sourdough shokupan; or Hazelnut Dulce made from hazelnuts, dulce, and chocolate on chantilly cream and sourdough shokupan.


Egg Sando, a Konbini-style egg salad in sourdough shokupan and Iced Mocha.

Ramen fever

No adventure is complete without a feast, especially with a bowl or two of ramen.

Tsuke-Men features ramen and other Japanese specialties by chef Noel Mauricio.

Tsuke-Men prides itself on a selection of sumptuous dishes, from Pork Cats Curry, Tendon Tempura, Pork Belly Aburi, Karaage, Aji Tamaago, and Kikurage to its signature Peach Iced Tea and Sesame Choco Lava Cake.

Stock up on your favorites from the menu as Tsuke-Men also offers kits so patrons can try the dishes for themselves at home.

Practical Coffee and Tsuke-Men are part of the Tasteless Food Group.


BULALO Cocido.

Buon appetito

Mama Lou’s Italian Kitchen was established in 2010 by Malou Tremblay and her Italian husband Richard Tremblay.

The couple converted their house at BF Homes in Parañaque into the homegrown restaurant’s first branch. Little by little, the resto expanded until a store was opened in Nuvali. Sky Ranch Tagaytay is Mama Lou’s first franchise branch.

Its specialties include Seafood Olio, Lucio’s Truffle Pasta, Mama Lou’s Special Pizza, Ribeye Steak Salpicao, Chicken Parmigiana, Burrata Caprese, Quattro Formaggi, Poutine, Italian Sausage Pomodoro, and Spinach and Goat’s Cheese Pizza.

“Pre-pandemic we’re always a full house. Now that the market is slowly opening up, we’re expecting that it’s going to be busy days,” Roberto Hernandez, restaurant manager of Mama Lou’s Italian Kitchen at Sky Ranch, told Daily Tribune.

Mama Lou’s is also open for delivery and pick-up.

Seafood haven

Every bite is flavorful at Pier at Clawdaddy’s.

You can never go wrong with Shrimp Popcorn, Classic Caesar salad, Seafood Smothered Fries, Chicken Tenders, pot of mussels, Typhoon Shelter Crab, Roast Chicken, Seafood Boil, Chili Sambal Shrimps, Crabs by the Bucket, and Oysters Rockefeller.

Clawdaddy’s Tagaytay also offers Bulalo Cucido, a different kind of Bulalo cooked with homemade corned beef and churizo.

“It’s a really good version of Bulalo. We’re also pushing for our Corned Beef plate, which is also a must try,” said Charlene Soriano, operations director of Pier at Clawdaddy’s Sky Ranch and Bonifacio High Street.

To ensure the safety of its patrons and staff, Pier at Clawdaddy’s conducts a health checklist every shift opening and closing. Food safety officers are also present at every branch.

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