On August 20, at around 5pm, we started our journey to Tagaytay. For dinner, we headed to Taaleña.
This restaurant offered Filipino food. Since it was still a weekday, we were the only guests. We were seated outside where, would there had been sunlight, we had a view of Taal Volcano.
We ordered Sinigang na Salmon Head sa Miso, Lechon Kawali and Adobong Kangkong.
The sinigang was good. It was hot, sour and thick. Of course, the salmon tasted good. The lechon kawali was like the usual. The adobong kangkong was a little bit different. The sauce was thick like asado.
Our bill was around Php 900.00, which already includes the rice and drinks. There was nothing to rave about in this restaurant. The food and service were good, but nothing was outstanding