Food & Dining

Tia Belle’s Tagaytay: Your home of authentic Filipino cuisine in the South

From its meticulous ingredients to the way it’s cooked, Tia Belle’s food absolutely stems from the all-important Filipino trait and that is hospitality.

This Holiday Season, we know how important it is to serve our loved ones, our friends, and even our guests with good food that comes from the heart. Filipino dishes and delicacies are always present during the Holiday celebration. Whether dining at home or at the confines of a restaurant, Filipino food becomes the common ground, a universal experience enjoyed by every member of the family.

At Tia Belle’s Tagaytay, you will surely feel and get a taste of home coupled with their impeccable customer service while dining at their cozy, and people-friendly restaurant. Its heart-warming menu always carries the essence of our country’s rich cultural and historical background.

Delicious pichi-pichi

At first, Tia Belle’s started offering pancit dishes and delicacies until it expands to more reinvented Filipino dishes as requested by their loyal customers. They serve a wide variety of main courses from chicken, pork, beef, seafood; an assortment of vegetable dishes, merienda, and pancit.

Must-try are some of the signature dishes which include, pancit malabon, pichi-pichi, bibingka, lomi, kare-kareng baka, beef murcon, crispy pata, Silang sinigang, lechon kawali, diniguan sa lechon kawali, manok sa pugaran, relyenong bangus special, sinigang sa miso, tortang alimasag, sinigang na boneless bangus, lumpiyang Laguna, ginataang laing, Tia Belle’s pure cacao hot drink, and the O’olong tea to refresh your day!

The affable and hands-on owner, Evelyn Wise, shares how she puts hard work and passion into her restaurant business. “Every time, I am at the kitchen, cooking and concocting sauces, I feel like dancing  — dancing with my wok,” she smiles.  Though she lived in Europe for almost 20 years, when she returned home it was clear to her mind that she wanted to put up her own Filipino restaurant. Cooking is like second-nature to this native of Nueva Ecija.

Tia Belle’s herself (Mrs. Evelyn Wise)

From its meticulous ingredients to the way it’s cooked, Tia Belle’s food absolutely stems from the all-important Filipino trait and that is hospitality. “We want to be of service to our fellow countrymen while keeping and incorporating the important values and traditions of what being Filipino is all about,” she quips.

Furthermore, it puts premium to quality and excellence. “We make sure we provide an optimal dining experience for our customers by making sure that their dining experience is our responsibility the minute they step in our restaurant.”

Part of its mission is to foster, share and celebrate Filipino cuisine and culture in a friendly and comfortable environment.

It seeks to offer inventive and creative Filipino food with no pretentions. “We want to give our customers an authentic and genuine glimpse of the Philippines by honoring and delving into the Filipino culture and traditions through our services, atmosphere, art, and food,” says Evelyn.

Your home kitchen

Tia Belle’s is a complete package – from the food, the ambience, and to its hospitable and warm welcome of the staff and Tia Belle herself that will make you feel at home. You will love its native set up and display of old Filipino trimmings, a very calming and relaxing background music of kundiman (which you hardly hear these days).

No wonder, customers keep on coming back at Tia Belle’s. Here’s one testimonial from a satisfied customer.  “They served authentic and savory dishes that are not so costly. Tia Belle’s is like our home kitchen, you will not only get full but nourished, a place you will always love to come back to. My Tagaytay’s visit three times a week will not be complete without dining at Tia Belle’s. I will not get tired and I even bring my friends so they can also enjoy the great food especially the one I love most, the tsokolate batirol.”

To complete the dining experience, Tia Belle’s has put up its gift shop to serve customers who want to bring home some products for their loved ones. Aside from food items, they distribute pure essential oils in partnership with the Essence of Cleopatra Aromatherapy.

On your way to Tagaytay, make sure to drop by at Tia Belle’s and have a taste of some of the dishes and delicacies that are uniquely Filipino. Make these dishes part of your Noche Buena feast this coming Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations.

(Tia Belle’s is located at High land Bldg. Putingkahoy, Silang, Tagaytay – Sta. Rosa Rd,
Tagaytay, Cavite.
Contact Nos: 049 576 4155 | 0939 3868 648 | 0927 7133 558 | 0929 1852 084.)

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