Lovely Lunch At Chateau Hestia, Tagaytay

Hello, lovelies! I'm into discovering new eats again somewhere in Tagaytay. My forever buddy in wanderlust -the hubby, took m...




Hello, lovelies! I'm into discovering new eats again somewhere in Tagaytay. My forever buddy in wanderlust -the hubby, took me to one on my top of the list just a couple of weeks ago. 

I've heard some good things about Chateau Hestia, so naturally, I'll have to see the place and try the dining experience myself. From the name itself, European cuisine is what can be expected from here. Hestia is actually Greek Goddess of Hearth who made sure the fire of Olympus never died out.

I admit, it wasn't much about the food because we're still full when we decided to see the place. But because we were on that area and more of it's on my agenda, we waited no longer and head there come lunchtime. Here are some photos of why I'd love to see this place.



Offers menu inspired from other parts of the world

Chateau Hestia is one best kept secret garden restaurant with wine and deli shop in Tagaytay. 


 

They're selling cheeses from around the globe, as well as some European goodies that you can't just find anywhere.

 

Inside the dining place is warm with wooden furnishings and homey appeal.


An antique National cash register
As we explore more of the ground, it's a beautiful garden where you can hold an important event like wedding receptions, birthdays or christhening. It's a private and intimate location covered with lush greens of trees and vines and garden plants. 


The cold breeze welcomes us as we stepped outside of the dining area. That's why Tagaytay is such a nice destination. With a little drizzle on the day we were there, it was extra breezy and chilly. Which I welcomed so well because the Metro heat has becoming aggressive.

Nature is just so wonderful and quite a relaxing pill to me if only I can encapsulate it and took it on the palms of my hand or on my bag. Haha! That justifies how I'm such an addict on gazing at beautiful lawns and well-curated gardens. And trying to plant something on my tiny vertical garden at home. 



We completely ignored the food coz we've ate just something to taste. The food we ordered are not the mains but a mouth-satisfying pasta and burger. Salad on the side is healthy, with the vegetables coming from their gardens. It really ain't supposed to have dressing but the hubs wanted to taste something more (not a healthy eater, though) so he asked for it. 


I love their Choco Molten Cake. It's a must try!

Moments like this are what I truly look forward to on having lunch with my love and Chateau Hestia made it more lovely for us. *Cheeseball




Isn't it a charming place for a date? One tip though, dress up a bit for a more feel good snaps after.

Chateau Hestia is located at J. Hernandez, Cavite St. Purok 5, Brgy. Bukal, Silang, Cavite. 

To get there, click here.

xx,








P.S. All photos were taken with an iPhone


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33 comments

  1. This place looks LOVELY!!! I'm always looking for new places to dine in and I'm definitely bookmarking this for my next Tagaytay trip. :) I'm excited! :)

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    1. Glad to hear that! Hope you'll enjoy your dining experience at Chateau Hestia. :-)

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  2. Thank you for this post! Now I know another place to drop by when I am in Tagaytay!

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  3. I can't believe such a place exists. Hehe. It was one well kept secret. ;) Thanks for sharing tho. I can't wait to go here!!

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    1. Don't forget to share your dining experience. :-)

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  4. Ganda ng place. Perfect for a nature lover. The resto looks like an ancestral house. Does it look creepy? I have this scary feeling for these kind of places kasi

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    1. It's not creepy naman. Rustic lang talaga siguro ang gustong ma-achieve ng owner. ;-)

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  5. I love these kind of places. Looks like the place has a lot of history and I love European cuisines. I am going to look for this place when I go to tagaytay this summer.

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    1. I heard the recipes are curated by its Austrian owner, so you might love their food, too. :-)

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  6. I really gravitate towards places like this that has that rustic yet homey ambience. Will need to schedule a Tagaytay trip soon so we can check this out. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. You're welcome! Hope you'll find some time soon.

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  7. I liked the ambiance, a good place just to relax and enjoy your date. Will bring wifey here on summer

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    1. Summer is a good time to enjoy and cool down a bit with nature. Have a good date!

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  8. Cool! Gusto ko yang mga gandang place, nakaka refresh talaga. Are they selling raw honey? Parang may nakita ako.

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    1. It's an orange wine, actually. Akala ko rin honey sya. ;-)

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  9. Nice place! been meaning to go to the south with hubby this summer. will definitely add this to our itinerary. Thanks!

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  10. It's such a charming place and what I like about it more is that it offers European dishes. We'll certainly try this if ever we visit Tagaytay.

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  11. It is definitely one of the " must visit" place in Tagaytay! the place so relaxing and the foooooood. Ahh! thanks for sharing!

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    1. It is, Jean! Thanks for dropping by!

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  12. Looks like you found a gem, the place really looks beautiful. But I think I had a mini heart attack when I saw the price of that menu on the board hahaha....

    I'd love to check it out though when I visit Tagaytay.

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    1. Yes, it is! Yun nga lang. Haha. Let your date pay instead. :-)

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  13. This place is really magnificent and refreshing! The numbers are really large and people who go here must really have a chubby to fat wallet. It would be lovely to celebrate anniversaries and special occasions here. Those wines look enticing! :)

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    1. Yes, it's kinda a little splurge with all that fancy win. Surely, there'll be an occasion for you soon! :)

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  14. I don't know about the food in the place but the place looks gorgeous doesn't it? Nice garden and trees. I love restaurants with shops too, it's an extra plus don't you think?

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    1. Definitely it's add value, Orana. Thanks!

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  15. What a very lovely place, I'm sure I will feel at home there. I love places that make me feel like I am in a very far away barrio yet there are a lot to enjoy, including foods, inside...

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    1. Lovely place for a romantic date! :)

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  16. This is really lovely and cool place to spend time with your love ones, friends or your partner in crime. I like the lively and welcoming ambiance. The surrounding is really full of life maybe because of the lively colors that I'm seeing. I haven't been to Tagaytay yet and this will surely be penned on my bucket list. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

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    1. Thanks! You should visit south of Manila some times. Tagaytay is a nice place to find lovely dining places and Chateau Hestia is one hidden gem there. :)

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  17. Wow, the place is just charming. Just another good reason to visit Tagaytay again. My list of must-see and must-tr in Tagaytay is getting considerably longer and I cannot wait to go back. Thanks for adding another item to tick off, I will definitely won't miss this!

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