A Tagaytay trip is usually filled with food not catered for our vegetarian friends. Luckily, they can visit Cafe Voi La at Crosswinds Tagaytay for the vegetarian meals their hearts desire. The restaurant serves genuine Filipino dishes alongside other Asian inspired cuisine.
Cafe Voi La has a warm and welcoming vibe from the moment someone sets eyes on the establishment.
Please take note that the establishment observes current pandemic protocols. It is recommended that guests review these protocols before booking a visit at Cafe Voi La. Those interested can follow the establishment’s Facebook page for announcements here.
The best way to start a meal is by conditioning the self with a great appetizer, here are some options for a full course vegetarian meal.
Perfectly dressed pomelo and mesclun greens
Thai Pomelo Salad
The Thai Pomelo Salad combines fresh mesclun greens, juicy pomelo, and nuts garnished with shaved dried coconut. The influx of unique flavors makes each bite enjoyable for each flavor receptor you have.
Even if it is Thai in origin, these spring rolls are still a Filipino favorite
Thai Vegetable Spring Rolls
Made with fresh vegetables, these spring rolls go well with the special lime and sweet chili sauce. It is the perfect appetizer for the light yet fun experience for the rest of your food course.
Prepared with fresh assorted green lettuce, grapefruits, walnuts, and mushrooms generously drizzled with Asian dressing, this salad is a complete meal with its greens and proteins. Each ingredient is guaranteed to be fresh and ripe.
Vegetarians usually take several snacks to compensate for the lean diet, don’t be afraid to order from Cafe Voi La’s menu for these vegetarian meals.
The edge char only adds to the flavor of brick oven baking
Brick Oven Margherita Pizza
This classic choice of vegetarian Margherita Pizza is made with a thin crust generously spread with tomato sauce, a layer of cheese, tomato slices, and fresh basil is always a welcome repeat experience.
Homemade French Fries
As it is called, these homemade french fries are guaranteed to be fulfilling. Made with freshly cut potatoes, these french fries are one of the best side orders for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian customers.
Grilled Corn on a Cob
Some call Grilled Corn on a Cob a basic, yet classic way of enjoying a meal without much work being done. Kernels remain juicy despite the misleading char on the surface of the corn.
Mashed potatoes used to be a staple for survival, now it is a staple for a good vegetarian meal. Fresh potatoes and milk is enjoyable to anyone who consumes them.
Need an activity to limber up and digest the food? Check out here for a list of activities you can do while at Crosswinds Tagaytay.
Soup and Noodles
Most vegetarian meals involve noodles or pasta to substitute for the classic Filipino diet of rice meals.
A staple soup with emulsified squash that is satisfying in nutrition and flavor.
Potato Leek Soup
The Potato Leek Soup is a balanced flavor for washing away oily flavors, especially the oil from the Homemade French Fries.
Tom Yum Tao Huu and Tofu Soup
The Tom Yum Tao Huu is a popular vegetarian option for Vietnam and Thailand. This dish is a combination of sour and spicy flavors made with Chinese coriander, garlic chive leaves, and tofu to complete the spectacular ensemble.
Fettuccine al Pesto
The Fettuccine al Pesto is a staple pasta emulsified by a mix of butter and grated cheese. It is the ultimate creamy pasta experience.
The Gulamelaka (or Gula Melaka) is made with special palm sugar that is caramelized mixed with the right amount of water (or milk) and is served as a drink. This is the perfect drink for folks with a sweet tooth.
Something that is rarely seen in restaurants, these souffle pancakes are topnotch. More than the typical pancake, souffles are known for being light and fluffy. These pancakes are served with powdered sugar, maple syrup, and fruit slices of apples and oranges depending on your preference.
A seasonal menu item, people rarely come to think that the puto bumbong is vegetarian by nature. As a Filipino favorite, this is a must have for anyone especially during the Christmas Season.
Classic Puto with Cheese
No one can go wrong with a classic puto with cheese. It goes well after any meal as a filler for the last ounce of craving one might have.
Cafe Voi La is festive all year round.
Cafe Voi La at Crosswinds Tagaytay is a guaranteed fresh experience for newcomers and returning visitors alike. Their vegetarian meals are even more fresh, and satisfaction is the top priority. The ingredients are just as brightly colored as the atmospheric designs and decorations of the establishment.
The mix of culture via the said decorations and food at Cafe Voi La reflects the owner’s adventures, and somehow lets visitors experience a part of that adventure. It is recommended to sit at a different table for each visit at this establishment. This way, one might notice a different decor that represents something new. Once protocol restrictions are fully lifted, guests might be able to see new things from future adventures of the owner.
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