Abe’s Farm is not just a restaurant, they also offer room accommodation, spa services and museum. It is like Nurture Wellness Village in Tagaytay but a bigger version.
We really wanted to eat in Abe’s Farm so even we were hungry already because it is past 12nn, we still went to the farm, tiis gutom na lang. It was a long drive from Dinosaurs Island.
But it is worth the wait because the place is really nice. The house is also the restaurant. It is big and it has different rooms which can accommodate more guests.
The staff gave us the menu, I was surprised to see the menu because they have more choices here compared to the restaurant. Price is much cheaper too, our bill is less than P1k for food and drinks. :) My husband suggested the monggo so we ordered Grilled Liempo P250 and Monggo Bean Soup P95.
While waiting for our food, we went out to check the farm.
We went back after few minutes and they served the food. The looks of the food is not appetizing but don’t judge the look because it is really good. The monggo has few ingredients (smoked fish and chicharon) but it is flavorful, the serving is so small, good for one person. I hope they have big serving, mura lang naman ang monggo. Hehehe!
We also ordered Leche Flan P75 and Sikreto ni Maria P165 for dessert. The menu will not inform you what is in Sikreto ni Maria so it is really a secret unless you order it. Hehehe! Anyway, this dessert is combination of sticky rice, ripe mangoes, semi-frozen macapuno ice cream and grated panutsa. We liked it.
After eating my husband said that there is also a museum, he asked the staff if we could check it and they said yes. I will share it on my next post. :)
Abe’s Farm Resort, Country Cuisine and Spa
98 Livestock Village,
Business Hours: Open daily, 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
For overnight accommodations, pre-booking is needed
Contact: Phone: + (02) 506-8140 Mobile: + (0917) 808-5187
Abe Feb 2015
Abe Nov 2015