- Make sure to have a reservation Oh how I wish I have a lot of money to afford even one piece. The only problem is that it is only open from Friday evenings to Sunday night and depending on when you come, you could be in for a bit of traffic getting there. The restaurant was conceptualized by their children while the chef, Kevin Tuason, is the husband of Keesha. It’s Filipino food presented...Melbourne-style, enjoyed in a casual-fine home dining ambiance. Invited to tour around...grounds and gallery; these not really a wow to say the least. - They have mini museum which composes of wood sculptures, paintings, vintage things, and lots of artworks. Benji put his personal touch on everything and made most of the furniture you sit in and eat on. Tahanan Bistro is truly a home away from home! I’d recommend going, but not sure if I’ll go back.More, Have you been to an old Filipino house, an anchestral one? - UBE - this dessert plating would make you say wow! To end the meal, dessert consisted of a grilled banana wrapped in a crepe (which they referred to as a Dutch pancake), garnished with lemon whipped cream, pink peppercorn caramel (Yes, they spiced up the caramel sauce with pepper), an edible flower and a dusting of confectioners sugar.More, The overall décor and atmosphere is good, BUT. We were not ready for entering bare foot. The exteriors and interiors of Tahanan Bistro were like walking through a real life fairytale. - FRUIT SALAD - it is my first time to eat a salad with chia pudding in it and it was so good! We appreciated the complimentary cake and the attempt to build some connection though you would know that it was done because they have to. - BISTEK TAGALOG - this super tender braised beef shank is delicately made and plated nicely to make a simple dish a top notch. You get to enjoy his furniture while dining. - They have mini museum which composes of wood sculptures, paintings, vintage things, and lots of artworks. The bistro overlooks an expansive garden, forestry, and a view of Laguna de Bay. Haha. Relaxing atmosphere, modern Filipino cuisine, but courses not well-balanced. Set Menu which started with baked sweet potato with chickpeas, crumbled bits of longaniza, mint salsa and ricotta. The restaurant was conceptualized by their children while the chef, Kevin Tuason, is the husband of Keesha. For ladies, do not wear high heels if you like to go to the garden. Tahanan Bistro , a sanctuary of Filipino values, creativity, and culinary venture is the place to go if you’re yearning for a relaxing and luscious retreat in the Philippines. So better have your cameras on hand. Tahanan Bistro is a casual but fine dining restaurant overlooking an expansive garden and a snapshot of the Manila skyline. We appreciated the complimentary cake and the attempt to build some connection though you would know that it was done because they have to. Get quick answers from Tahanan Bistro staff and past visitors. At which point I said "Can you please stop, your questions are totally inappropriate" (we very nearly walked out). . Ambiance very nice and relaxing (shoes off), food was well presented, and server seemed confident. Let me share ny food experience: Well this one is just as awesome as the old architectural designs that we can see from various ancestral houses that we have all over the Philippines. However, a palette cleanser was served (very French) before the main. Tahanan Bistro is truly a home away from home! But it is all worth the trip to dine in an open air restaurant away from the pollution of the metropolis. - Taste and savor the fusion of food they offer. The...beef course was not available. The bistro offers a set menu that pays homage to Philippine produce. Danggit salad was next . Tahanan Bistro, Antipolo City: See 19 unbiased reviews of Tahanan Bistro, rated 4 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #9 of 129 restaurants in Antipolo City. Benji's furniture including his house is made of recycled wood from...old homes. - They have mini museum which composes of wood sculptures, paintings, vintage things, and lots of artworks. My dessert, French Toast corn bread with bits of salted egg yolk inside, drizzled with muscavado sauce and served with vanilla ice cream. Honestly, I just learned about it when Pablo presented me with a list of restaurants, where we could possibly celebrate our anniversary. - Wear your fansiest pair of socks or walk barefooted. Set 4-course modern Filipino menu. You get to enjoy his furniture while dining. I’d recommend going, but not sure if I’ll go back. Danggit salad was next . Chef Kevin and his team combine elements of different culinary cuisines to offer innovations of traditional dishes. Ambiance very nice and relaxing (shoes off), food was well presented, and server seemed confident. Does this restaurant offer table service? Looking for young, creative individuals to join the Tahanan Bistro family. Saturday - Sunday 11am - 3pm But, I tend to say "Online" to shut people up. Binagoongan reimagined. Wood combinations were well chosen to create marvelous works of functional art. Same Danggit salad was served next. Does this restaurant offer table service? dipped in batter and deep-fried). Quality wise, there was something a bit off with all servings except the deserts, but by then you’ve eaten too...much as they were not well-balanced. Benji put his personal touch on everything and made most of the furniture you sit in and eat on. These people are weirdos and their food is really poor yet expensive compared with elsewhere.More. After the main course, they served a calamansi, orange and pineapple sorbet in the formed into a popsicle. We actually met in Bangkok as I know her aunt. After the main course, they served a calamansi, orange and pineapple sorbet in the formed into a popsicle. It has a small Art Gallery and a beautiful garden. The main course consisted of humba (pulled pork) mixed with polenta to hold it together which was molded into a cube, and placed on top of a thin slice of pickled jicama in an apple vinaigrette dressing, and topped with some pork cracklings. Was refused a reservation because my fiancee is Filipina (she is a teacher) and I wear smart casual as most people do. inquiry@tahananbistro.com | 09258801487. - GISING GISING - I thought this was a dimsum, but yeah a dimsum like dishes with gising gising inside. Benji's furniture including his house is made of recycled wood from...old homes. NOTES: Then, I made a big mistake. - GISING GISING - I thought this was a dimsum, but yeah a dimsum like dishes with gising gising inside. Visit Tahanan Bistro for a dining experience infused with a Filipino touch, from the five-course menu to the actual house built by artist Benji Reyes and his wife Carina using reclaimed wood from all over the country. The main was Pininyahan Manok, juicy grilled thigh fillet of chicken with grilled pineapple and baked potato on carrot puree. Well this one is just as awesome as the old architectural designs that we can see from various ancestral houses that we have all over the Philippines. Haha. After the main course, they served a calamansi, orange and pineapple sorbet in the formed into a popsicle. But it is all worth the trip to dine in an open air restaurant away from the pollution of the metropolis. Danggit salad was next . The...beef course was not available. The appetizer course consisted of a prawn and pumpkin ravioli, with a sauce made from prawn heads boiled in coconut milk and sprinkled with bacon bits, cashews, and cured egg yolk. Was refused a reservation because my fiancee is Filipina (she is a teacher) and I wear smart casual as most people do. Set Menu which started with baked sweet potato with chickpeas, crumbled bits of longaniza, mint salsa and ricotta. "Oh, which dating site did you use" (I replied Big Dong hoping this would get a message (shut up) across. When I went to the restroom, they continued questioning my girlfriend and she was in tears when I got back. If you come looking for a nice place to eat, this is fine (still a bit overpriced) but if you're after great food, then this is not a good place to stay.More, I chose the Arayat set menu. The ube white chocolate lava cake plus the cheese ice cream is just the perfect combination to finish this experience. "What is the response rate" "Is it for dating or meeting" "How do you find conducting a long distance relationship?" And so healthy! Then, I made a big mistake. more. They asked a really inappropriate question "How did you and your (Philippina) girlfriend meet?". - LEMONGRASS ICED TEA - I don't know but I find this iced tea taste like an old drink which the elders would probably drink while chillaxing, but it do taste good though I thought this was a sago't gulaman at first sip.

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