They provide good food. Their ingredients are all locally harvested. Their food showcase the different regional specialties. Very friendly and accommodating staff.
Amazing hospitality and delicious food. I can really say that every dish is passionately made. Beef bulalo: one of the best I've tasted in Tagaytay Must try! Adobo chicken and Halo Halo dessert: there's a special twist. Seafood Kare kare and Pinakbet: the best! And I absolutely loved the krispy sweet potato We will definitely come back! Congrats for having the best chef and very accomodating staff.
Must try: Bulalo, adobo chicken, buko halo halo, seafood kare kare, pinakbet Friendly staff and nice environment.
One of the best Filipino restos in the Philippines. If you’re thinking of bringing your balikbayan loved ones to Tagaytay, BRING. THEM. HERE! You would love the food! The serving sizes are good for 3-4 people even for desserts. We reserved online and thought serving sizes might be small for a group of 3 so we basically we ordered more than we thought we can eat. We’re 3 huge women with matching appetite!🤣 We ordered: Pancit Pusit (a must!), pork binagoongan (nakasarap), baked caldereta (a whole meal on its own), pinakbet with bagnet (masarap na pangbalanse ng food — my wish though is that they try to learn the Ilocano version), bagnet (the vinaigrette sauce is so good with this), turon, maruya
Sent an inquiry to Siglo's IG account regarding a reservation for weekend. I got a response and was able to make a reservation. I was contacted again by a staff on the day of reservation for confirmation. When we arrived, the tables are set up. I ordered and the food was served afterwards. I loved the Bulalo, Sisig, and Bam-I among all the food that we ordered. We enjoyed dining here not only because of the food but also because of the ambiance and the staffs. Would love to visit again to try their desserts and drinks. Appreciate the cupcakes given to the birthday celebrants. Kudos to Siglo Modern Filipinos' chefs and staffs. Keep up the good work.
Tues night kmi napadaan & luckily, WALANG TAO. Solo namin yung place so super nakkarelax talaga. Nagenjoy din kami kasi masarap talaga fuds & ang bilis ng serving. Ang moist nung chicken inasal, sarap ng bulalo, karekare etc yung bistek lang medyo pale & more on maasim sya. Sana yung maalat alat kasi yun common na bistek here sa Katagalugan. Anyways, super happy tummy talaga kami lahat. Service is gud also. Value for money 👌🏻
The View Park Hotel is conveniently located a few meters away from the picnic groove and the Our Lady of Manaoag Shrine. It is also near convenience stores which comes in quite handy when you find yourself needing an item in a pinch. The food was delicious and I recommend trying their Kare kare which is the best one I’ve had in my life. Their Laing is also a must if you like spicy food. They also have a variety of rices to choose from which are all very tasty. The staff is very accommodating and helpful. The quality of food and service is a steal considering the price. Also, if you stay in the hotel, they come with complementary breakfast and I recommend the tapa and longganisa. I would highly recommend anyone in the area to visit this cafe and try the Kare kare.
FOOD👌👌👌👌👌 AMBIANCE 👌👌👌👌👌 STAFF 👌👌👌👌👌 PARKING 👌👌👌 Look for Rico the Manager very accomodating. He will surely take care and entertain you.
Price 🎖🎖🎖🎖🎖 Taste 🎖🎖🎖🎖🎖 Staff 🎖🎖🎖🎖🎖 Ambiance 🎖🎖🎖🎖🎖 Total: 🎖🎖🎖🎖🎖 Nice place! They have a live band/singer and the place is really cozy. Their placemats are very entertaining 😂 they also have a mini sari sari store outside where you can buy favorite pasalubongs. The food is also great! Loved the chicken adobo and the tuna belly. Their gising gising is also great! Papaitan was also nice. Servings are big for the price as well.
Learn geography, history, and culture with your food. Come here for an awesome Filipino experience. So before 2018 ended me and my friends decided to do some food hopping around the south of metro manila and this was our first stop. The place wasn’t too huge but for some reason it didn’t feel too tight. The outside feels modern but once you get inside, you’ll feel that authentic filipino vibe. Super nice. So, we ordered some of their best-sellers and the server was kind enough to explain all the dishes and why they were named as such. I swear, the story-telling was amazing! And I learned a lot. Ok, so we got the below: * Adobo Lagitik sa Piña - Your typical chicken adobo with a little bit of sweetness due to the pineapple. Meat was cooked well and the marinade wasn’t too overpowering. * Tawilis Malunggay Pasta - Strangely good but not my fave. Pasta is a little bit overcooked and the dish was a tad oily. * Maruya with Barako Jelly - We got this for dessert and was happy we did. The bitterness of the barako jelly really complimented well the sweetness of the banana fritters. Yum! * Uray-mansi - We thought this was strane so we got this. Fell in love with this one of a kind drink which was made from grass and kalamansi. Really great experience here and would recommend this to someone going to Tagaytay.
Allan Benedick Arguel
Ricky “Ricky” Molera
SIGLO MODERN FILIPINO TAGAYTAY
3500 Calamba Road, Sungay East, Tagaytay City 4120