Andanita Taj of Tagaytay can be found in Tagaytay ridge and is far from crowded area of Tagaytay, if I can remember correctly it is nearing Batangas post already. Of course we heard and read positive reviews before going here.
Exteriorly the place looks like a little that of a Persian castle. Inside there's a feel of mixed culture of Indian, Thai and Persians because of their canny ornaments; it has a balcony that offers a great view overlooking scenery of taal lake and the famous taal volcano.
The foods were just so-so, not authentic as we all thought. But hey, if you want something different that usual you might want to try dining here- it is the only Indian- Mediterranean resto in Tagaytay, well that is based on my knowledge. And there’s a live acoustic band playing the night we dine here…
We ordered for:
Chicken Biryani (left).P 360
Serving is good for 3-4 pax depending on appetite. The lentils (rice) is a bit dry, the meat is dry as well. ./edited. It's not Lentils but Basmati rice according to Patricia.
Roti Chanai (Right).P130-
The curry dip of Roti Chanai is a bit bland, not creamy. Some part of the bread is not chewy.
Vegetable curry(left)- P260.
The curry itself is creamy and tasty but the veggies are a little overcooked.
Chicken Tikka Masala(right).P340
Taste is just ok not spicy not bland, but the sauce is a little too thin.
And lastly their indian style mutton kebab. P320.
Again, dryness is reigning...
Much better if they made special sauce for this.
I do love spicy food; cuisines with spices amazed me... But honestly Taj of Tagaytay did not impress me or should say us.
Andanita Taj of Tagaytay
Tagatay city, Aguinaldo Hi-way Laurel, Batangas