Breakfast at Bag of Beans

I am already 25 weeks along in my pregnancy, but I still have cravings. Or nag-iinarte lang ako. Anywho- last weekend, I chanced upon a post about Bag of Beans in Tagaytay. I’ve read so many good reviews about this restaurant. I also saw a lot of photos that made me want to try out their breakfast menu. Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day so I want it to be extra delicious and super special. This explains why Daddy A has become very artsy when it comes to preparing breakfast.

After a lot of hugs and kisses, I finally got Daddy A to bring us with him to Tagaytay last Tuesday. He was going to attend a seminar there, anyway, so might as well bring us along. He’s not a fan of waking up really early, but because I was very excited about eating breakfast at Bag of Beans, I woke him up at 5:30 in the morning. 😀 We left the house by 6:30 and reached Bag of Beans a little before 8.

I was surprised when we walked into the place. I thought it was just a small cabin-like restaurant (because that’s the only thing I see when we pass by). Apparently, the place is huge! They have huts and picnic tables at the back. They also have lots of trees and birds inside, which gave the place a super relaxing feel.

They have a breakfast buffet from 6:30 to 11 in the morning, but we decided to just go for their ala carte meals. Daddy A ordered their Beef Tapa with Two Sunnyside Up Eggs and Garlic Rice. He also got a cup of Barako Coffee with that.


As usual, I went for a plate of Pork Tocino. It also came with Two Sunnyside Up Eggs and Garlic Rice. As much as I’d like to have a cup of coffee with that, I just ordered a glass of Ripe Mango Shake.

I wanted to order pancakes for Kelly, but the little girl didn’t want to wake up. In fact, she was sleeping all the way from our house, while we were eating in Bag of Beans and until after we checked in at Taal Vista Hotel!

Anyway. How’s their food? Their pork tocino tasted fine, but I have to say that the winner meal will have to be Daddy A’s beef tapa coupled with a cup of strong Barako. Their service is pretty fast too. We didn’t wait too long for our orders, which is good because I was extremely hungry by the time we arrived.

My only concern is that the place is infested by monster mosquitoes. I just wish they’d add mosquito repellants around the vicinity. Eating isn’t fun when you have to shoo mosquitoes away from your food.

Kimberley Reyes

Kimberley Reyes is an Online Business Manager for entrepreneurs who are ready to get off the hamster wheel and step into their CEO shoes. On top of helping her clients get organized and scale their businesses, she is also happily busy raising her five kids with her firefighter husband.

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