|Gerry's Grill, Tagaytay|
With our bellies craving for good food, our first stop is this resto also known in the metropolis but this time it is located overlooking Taal, Gerry's Grill at Tagaytay. It is located near Robinson's Supermarket along the highway. It has a wide parking space and a feel good entrance.
The waiting area is cozy and the atmosphere is light, there's a bar inside at entrance. You do not need to enter the dining area just to have your bladder emptied because the restroom is located on the left side of the waiting area. We are sited in the middle of the dining area and in front of us is a stage. We thought that there will be a performance that night but maybe it was just for weekends or special occasions.
Lablab wants soup dish and since there is a soup I wanted a dry dish, so we decided to order Sinigang na Baboy and Gerry's Chicken, together with Inihaw na Liempo. The crew were all polite and attentive, they serve us with a smile (or are they just faking it... nah!). Since there are a lot of customers our food was serve slightly late but we did not felt it since we are having a nice conversation and feel of the place.
|Sinigang na Baboy, Php205|
The first to be served is the Sinigang na Baboy. This better than we the same dish we ate on Max's, where the pork is not fresh since you can see it through its fats. Gerry's Grill's version of Sinigang doesn't taste like it was prepared quickly, and I don't think they added artificial flavor to that. The pork is tender and you will see the freshness of the veggies.
|Inihaw na Liempo, Php155|
|Gerry's Fried Chicken, Php255|
Overall if you want a place to hang out for the night in Tagaytay, I would recommend to go this place. They have great tasting meals, and the ambiance is nice and comfty.