We were invited to #zomatoXNutriasia Food Crawl the second time around and we sampled some of Tagaytay’s Restaurant. Our first stop was the D’ Banquet Restaurant if you’re familiar with the Pink Sisters in Tagaytay, the said restaurant is actually located in front of the street that will lead you to the church.
D’ Banquet is known for their Sunday Lunch Buffet which is priced at P395 per head. You get to enjoy some of their best-selling dishes from 10:00 AM- 2:30 PM, imagine that’s 4 1/2 hours of eating haha!
D’ Banquet has a small coffee shop too inside their restaurant. They have espresso, frappe, teas and even the manual brewing (aero press, pou over, syphon) of coffee. After having a full meal at their restaurant why not take a sip of good coffee and enjoy some good conversation with your families and friends.
By the way, we went there on a weekday and below are the food that we sampled during our visit,
Binagoongang Boneless Crispy Pata (680)
D’ Banquet takes Crispy Pata to another level. Instead of serving Crispy Pata alone, they take the meat off the bone then have it cooked in “bagoong” or shrimp paste topped with fried eggplant. I hope they can add sliced green mango as well hihi!.
Kalderetang Bibe (430)
I was deceived by this dish, it was so delicious that I never had any idea that it was a duck meat. So far, this is my favorite dish from the D’Banquet.
Native Chicken (P680)
This native chicken was an instant hit on our table. The skin has the right crisp and the meat is juicy and flavorful. You won’t even needing any gravy at all.
Crispy Nilasing na Hipon (P330)
I’m a sucker for shrimps, these seafood creatures were perfectly deep-fried. You can’t resist its crispness in every bite.
Beef Stir Fry (P520)
Well marinated beef, tender and juicy. The vegetables are not overcooked which gave some nice crunch to the whole dish.
Bulalong Batangas (P565)
This Bulalo is “sulit” for its price, imagine it is served in a big bowl that can serve 3-4 people. It doesn’t only have a rich comforting broth but you can also see the generous serving of bone marrow and beef shanks.
Turon de Saba (P150)
One of Pinoy’s favorite merienda in flattened version served with mango mousse. The wrapper is crispy enough which makes it enjoyable to eat. It is inviting that you just want to eat more.
Don’t leave D’ Banquet without passing by at their pasalubong shop inside that sells Amira’s Buco Tart Haus’ delicious tarts and some other goodies that you can take home with you.
Check out our 2nd stop-Moderno
D’ Banquet Tagaytay
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/dbanquettagaytay/
Aguinaldo Highway corner Arnoulduz, Tagaytay City
Monday to Thursday 7:00 AM-8:00 PM
Friday to Sunday 7:00 AM-9:00 PM