Friday, June 13, 2008

Manos Greek Taverna

We stop over Tagaytay's Manos Greek Taverna for lunch one summer weekend... The taverna can be found along roadside of Tagaytay but without the famous taal view; it is simple and unpretentious with blue and white colors (from walls to interiors) which gave us an authentic GREEKy feel. It is not air-conditioned where one can savor the hotness or coldness of natural Tagaytay breeze.

Here's our picture with the owner Manos (in the middle), who is readily entertaining/talking to customers...

For food...

Tzatziki dip.P90 - Is served with bread basket and a dip which compose of yogurt, garlic and olive oil.

Gyros- souvlaki shawarma.P90 - Just like ordinary beef shawarma with potatoes tomato and onion Cabbage rolls - Rice and minced meat wrapped around a cabbage; it taste like our very own bulalo dish over rice.

Grilled Lamb - served with rice, fries and mixed veggies. Unfortunately the meat was not so tender and I found the cut so thin...
While dining here, I can't help but to compare it to Cyma which I like better, Our overall dining experience was ok plus the fact that we only paid est. P200/pax.

That's All!

Mano’s Greek Taverna
Along Tagaytay-Calamba Road (before reaching the rotonda),
Bgy. San Jose, Tagaytay City
Cellphone # 0916-4298358


Panaderos said...

The food sure does look very appetizing. Makes this place worth a visit.

Thanks for sharing this info. :)

ALiNe said...

I like cyma better but yeah it's worth a visit :) You are welcome :)

philos said...

Wow, sounds like a must try... specially since this one is easier on the budget hehe

ALiNe said...

Philos- easier of the pocket but need a little time to travel :p

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