Shoyu Ramen (P260)
Aozora Ramen (P320)
The Shoyu Ramen (P260) and Aozora Ramen (P320) are perfect for the Tagaytay weather. The Aozora Ramen is one-of-a-kind since the broth is made out of one of the best soup dishes you can have in Tagaytay: Bulalo. It’s the perfect fusion between Japanese and Filipino food, and it’s impeccable!
Rainbow Maki (P320)
Wagyu Saikoro Steak (P490)
Since eating Japanese food is like watching a concert to me, I had to have a closing entrée. For our last phase, we had Wagyu Saikoro Steak (P490) and Rainbow Maki (P320), their best-sellers. I had so much food by the time we were done, I didn’t even have space for dessert anymore. Instead, we capped the meal off with Aozora’s signature iced tea (P120). It was refreshing and the perfect drink for me since I’m not fond of hot tea.
The chefs, staff and manager were very accommodating all throughout our visit, as well. I’m always quite curious as to how my food is prepared and they let me take a peek into their kitchen, so I could see how it was done. Next time you go to Tagaytay, make sure you drop by this remarkable Japanese cafeé and bistro, whether to satiate your craving for Japanese food, or simply have a taste of authentic Japanese coffee.
Aozora Japanese Cafe and Bistro
Domicillo Design Hotel, KM 58, General E. Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay City, Cavite