Celebrating Christmas at Chavez Estate

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My family went to church before celebrating Christmas at Chavez Estate. It has always been our family tradition to worship the Lord on Christmas. This year is more special because our family is assigned to light all the Advent candles. In addition, I am also the liturgist of the Christmas worship service.

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Brunch at Chavez Estate

Right after the worship service, I invited my family to have brunch at Chavez Estate. My mom and dad are regular customers there so they didn’t think twice! We took the bus going Tagaytay and got off at The Riviera Golf & Country Club. Chavez Estate is right next to it.

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Appetizers

For appetizers, we had Mozzarella Sticks (₱280), Chavez Estate Salad (₱290), and the Oyster Mushroom Chips (₱160)! The Oyster Mushroom is not in the menu but you can find it in a cabinet near the door. Hihi!

My sister loved the Mozzarella Sticks! I can’t choose which dip is better because both of them tastes good!
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The Chavez Estate Salad didn’t fail us. The serving is huge. The whole family got a chance to try it. We also love the dressing!

Dad chose to drink his Cafe Americano (₱100) outside while feeling the cold breeze of Silang.

Main Course

We ordered USDA Beef Belly Squash Kare Kare (₱395), Beef Shank Stew (Bulalo)(₱580), and Boneless Bangus ala Pobre (₱440).

The beef of Kare Kare and Bulalo are tender. I love how easy it is to remove the meat from the bones. By the way, you should try Chavez Tablea Bagoong!

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Among all the food we ate, I love the Boneless Bangus ala Pobre the most. At first, I was upset because they don’t have the salmon. My mom suggested the Bangus instead. You should order this because it’s really crispy and flavorful!

I don’t really want something grand this Christmas. My wish is just want to have a meal with my complete family. I think as we grow older, we learn to value things that cannot be bought by money. Few years from now, I and my siblings will have our own family. I hope we can continue the tradition of worshiping the Lord together as a family.

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Celebrating Christmas at Chavez Estate is indeed a great decision. We escaped the heavy traffic in Tagaytay, and the long lines in the malls!

Chavez Estate is located at 2570 Bypass Road, San Vicente, Silang, Cavite. They are open from 7am to 10pm.

Celebrating Christmas at Chavez Estate

How about you? Where did you celebrate Christmas?

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14 thoughts on “Celebrating Christmas at Chavez Estate

  1. The best times are spent with family. You have a lovely family. Glad that you enjoyed a nice bonding time with fantastic food to share!

  2. Oh gosh!You did have a wonderful time at Christmas! The brunch must have been so warm; and how I love what you had on the menu. The dressing looks so delicious and crunchy it’s calling for me!

  3. Glad you to know that you had a wonderful Christmas celebration. It is my first time to hear about the Chavez Estate despite being to Tagaytay a couple of times. Would consider dropping by during our next trip.

  4. Quality time spent with family during holidays is always priceless. Good to know that your family is united in serving the Lord. I desire the same with my family or future family. 🙂

    Thanks for this reco, Food looks good. I’ll take note of this when we move to Cavite by next year.

  5. I like this idea of spending Christmas together outside. You get to bond more and enjoy instead of all the hassles in the house. It’s just that we can’t do it as we always get visitors all the time and can’t just leave them home. Unless, we all take them with us. Haha

  6. Family bonding should never miss every Christmas and that’s also a perfect gift to dine with our parents and siblings every year in Chavez Estate 🙂 parang gusto ko tuloy bumalik ulit dyan 🙂

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