Refreshing beverages made from fresh fruits. The fruits of the sea. A big menu with lots of variety. A beautiful view of the lake and volcano.
Josephine’s easily wins as my favorite place to dine in Tagaytay.
Josephine soup is their specialty and consists of shrimps, clams, and fish fillet in a flavorful stew of crushed tomatoes with basil, parsley, and laurel.
A deliciously light pasta with clams dish.
Also called Miss Cavite, Mutya ng Cavite is a Josephine-exclusive soup is their version of seafood chowder and contains mussels, shrimp, crab, fish, and squid. The soup doesn’t feel heavy in the stomach, despite its thick soup.
A trip to Tagaytay is incomplete without sampling bulalo, which is bone marrow soup. Josephine’s bulalo was good, albeit a bit on the salty side.
If Josephine’s bulalo doesn’t satisfy that marrow craving, there are tons of local “bulalohan” restaurants in the area.
Oh, how I miss warm weather and the bounty of fresh tropical fruits…
Large patio area can accommodate large groups.