What makes The Nest Cafe, Bed & Breakfast in Tagaytay worth coming to?

by - November 29, 2020

I am one of the many people who's happy and excited that Tagaytay is now open again for tourists since it's one of my favorite places to go to because it's near Metro Manila and it has a lot of places I have yet to see or discover. The last time I was in Tagaytay was the same time that the Taal erupted. Yep, I personally saw the ashes and the chaos while the Taal is continuously blowing up last January, which I will be talking about in another post. 

Coming back to Tagaytay is kind of nostalgic in a way. Yes, it's only been a few months but it feels like forever since we've been battling with the unusual. My first struggle is how to commute since my regular way of commuting to Tagaytay has changed. Luckily, it's not that hard to figure it out.

Just look for busses or jeepneys going to PITX and you'll be set since from there, busses bound to Tagaytay are in line, just waiting for the passengers.

It wasn't hard looking for The Nest. Last year, we've been to JT's Manukan Grille which was just next to The Nest. There's a space in JT's Grille where you can take a peek of The Nest. I didn't know what it was called before, but I already saw that it's a cafe of some sort because of its design and overall look.

Fast forward about two weeks ago, my cousin who has been with me when we went to JT's Manukan Grille last year tagged me on a post featuring The Nest. Yep. We instantly knew that it's the same place we saw before.

Just a few meters from Tagaytay's Rotonda, I walked directly to The Nest. The night prior to that, I made sure that they are open for the day so I went in and asked if they accept dine-in customers since I saw that the place seems empty at first look. Turned out there are two couples already inside. They are practicing safety protocols. They took my temperature and I scanned the QR code to give them my information. I was guided inside to a table and was given the QR code for their menu. I think it's a genius way.



It's spacious and open, the white walls with minimalist murals made the place seems bigger. I love that their chairs and tables are not bulky and is one of the factors that the place seems more spacious.

I ordered Banana Brulee Waffle and Iced chocolate, and while waiting for my order, I enjoyed myself looking at the beautiful scenery in front of The Nest.


Yes, in front of The Nest is the view that anyone would be happy to see while the cool wind softly touches your face and plays with your hair.

Banana Brulee Pancake 215PHP, Iced Coffee 140PHP

Loved everything about the pancake and the banana. The iced chocolate feels just a bit too grainy but I love that ít just has the right of sweetness.


More info:

The Nest Cafe, Bed & Breakfast

Address: Calamba Road, Tagaytay Rotonda, Tagaytay

Contact0966 215 1824

Opens from 10:00 Am to 7:30 Pm except for Mondays

Find them on their page: The Nest Tagaytay

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1 Comments

  1. Wow, I like overlooking places especially if it's cold and chill with a lot of pastries to eat! Hahah! I hope I can go here someday after the pandemic. Thank you for sharing this <3 stay safe!

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