Living in Tagaytay has endless benefits. Aside from the cool weather and the spectacular views, there are a lot of must-try places here for all types of cuisines and drinks. This tourist destination will never disappoint you, with its numerous coffee shops and places that serve the best-tasting hot chocolates.
So, whether it’s a chilly day or not, get ready to wrap yourself in warmth with some of the must-try hot chocolate hideaways here in Tagaytay!
1. Villa Breads and Coffee
Villa Breads and Coffee is an outdoor cafe that serves wonderful bread, coffee, and pasta. They have a lot of hot chocolate variants, such as Crazy Choco, White Choco Mocha, and even French Vanilla! Combine that with their lasagna, pastries, or famed floss rolls and buns, and you will have a filling meal!
2. Kape Mo To
Affordable coffee and pastries, anyone? Kape Mo To is a good place to meet fellow bike enthusiasts while sipping on their delicious beverages, such as the Tsoko-Mo-To. Enjoy it with their ring cakes or ube cheese ensaymada! They’re open for 24 hours.
Tsokolateria Tagaytay, as the name suggests, is a great place to enjoy and get your hot chocolate fix! Relax with their Tsokolate Sweetness and enjoy the atmosphere, the picturesque view of Taal, and the wonderful food! We recommend their mountain rice cooked in rich native tablea, Tablea Champorado, their homemade ensaymada with your choice of chocolate jam, and even some chocolate fondue to delve into!
4. Balay Dako
Balay Dako, which means “big house,” will make you smile with their delicious and comforting meals. Known for its breakfast buffets, Balay Dako gives you plenty of options to fill your stomach. Don’t neglect to try their “Mainit na Tsokolate” for dessert, along with some cheese rolls or kakanin for added sweetness!
5. Bag of Beans
Want to indulge in freshly baked pastries and steaming beverages, while tucked away in a garden amid Tagaytay’s frigid weather? Enjoy Bag of Beans’ signature hot chocolate paired with other tasty appetizers like pastries, burgers, sandwiches, or pancakes!
6. Sonya’s Garden
What more could you want than fresh air, a blooming ambiance, and cold weather? Sonya’s Garden can provide you with all of that and more with their wonderful meals and pleasant drinks! Along with their hot drinks like Tarragon Tea and Brewed Coffee, they also have Hot Chocolate that you can enjoy with their freshly baked bread.
7. Mary Grace Cafe
Magical. Enchanting. Romantic. Al Fresco. That’s how you would describe your experience when you visit Mary Grace in Tagaytay. They serve their comfort dishes in a backyard, making them one of Tagaytay’s most romantic date venues! Whether you’re dining there for a special occasion or just having a quiet moment to yourself, indulge in their famous classic ensaymada or cheese roll with a cup of their delicious hot chocolate.
8. Genre Cafe
Genre Cafe, as the name implies, is all about providing great music, a relaxing ambiance, and a good cuppa to all who dine there. While their specialty coffee is not to missed, their hot chocolate is also worth your while, made with locally source cacao.
9. Klara’s Bulalo Kafe
Klara’s Bulalo Kafe in Tagaytay offers a delicious and unique hot chocolate made from their cacao blend. This blend is carefully crafted to suit every palate, ensuring each customer gets a delightful and satisfying experience with every sip. The hot chocolate at Klara’s is known for its rich and creamy texture, with just the right amount of sweetness to balance the bitterness of the cacao. It is served in a warm mug, perfect for savoring on a chilly afternoon or as a sweet treat any time of the day. The cacao used in their hot chocolate is sourced from local farms in Batangas and processed in-house, ensuring that each cup is made with only the freshest and highest-quality ingredients.
10. Hello Cafe
Hello Cafe in Tagaytay offers a classic hot chocolate made with a pure and 100% cacao blend. Their hot chocolate is known for its rich and indulgent flavor, with a smooth and creamy texture that will satisfy any chocolate lover. The hot chocolate at Hello Cafe is made with high-quality, all-natural ingredients and no added preservatives, making it a healthy and guilt-free indulgence. It is served in a warm mug, topped with whipped cream, and dusted with cocoa powder for an extra indulgent touch. It’s a must-try for anyone who loves the rich and decadent flavor of pure cacao.
Hot chocolate is not just a tasty beverage; it’s a comforting treat that can provide you with a moment of bliss amidst the hustle and bustle of everyday life. So visit these places around Tagaytay and indulge in a cup guilt-free!
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