I love trying different cuisines like Korean and Japanese but nothing beats Filipino cuisine! Whenever we have foreign guests, they always ask us to eat somewhere with Filipino cuisine. I recently visited D’ Banquet, a restaurant that will give you a great taste of Filipino Cuisine.
D’ Banquet offers four kinds of soup: two local and two international. They often have Bulalo (one of the most famous dishes in Tagaytay), Sinigang, Cream of Mushroom, and Pumpkin soup.
According to the manager, they now have more than 30 food varieties. It’s surprising to see some dishes like Dinakdakan, Sisig, Crispy Crablets, and Crispy Nilasing na Hipon!
D’ Banquet has a DIY salad bar which serves fresh vegetables. I like that they cover them to keep the freshness.
Their desserts include some kakanin and pastries from Amira’s Buco Tart House.
Dâ€™ Banquet restaurant is located at Aguinaldo Highway, Corner Arnoulduz Road, Tagaytay City. Its nearest landmark is the Pink Sisters Church.
Beside the restaurant, you’ll see some local products from different town. OTOP means one town, one product. They support small businesses. I even found Via’s blend from Olivia’s Coffee Estate.
- Facebook:Â D’ Banquet Tagaytay
- Instagram:Â @dbanquettagaytay
- Contact Number: +63 46 483 0345
- Operating Hours:
- Sunday Buffet Service: 9:00AM â€“ 3:00 PM
- Ala Carte: 9:00AM â€“ 8:00 PM
I met the owner and her daughter! At first I thought that they are guests because they ate food from the buffet. It’s great to see how they patronize their dishes. In addition, their manager and staff are also commendable. They are so warm and friendly to the customers.
They also have a coffee shop inside the restaurant. The menu includes hot coffee, frappe, and even tea. I ordered their strawberry vanilla frappe and I was satisfied!
My top picks include Chicharong Bulaklak, Onion Rings, Crispy Crablets, and Crispy Nilasing na Hipon.
Starting this weekend (March 2 -3, 2019), D’ Banquet will offer buffet every Saturdays and Sundays! You can enjoy Filipino food for as low as 599 pesos per head.