M.Y. Diners is located at Diversion Road, Tulo in Taal, Batangas. It is near Taal Polymedic Hospital, so that can be a good landmark. The facade has a brick wall with the restaurant signage on it. The space for parking cars has floor tiles. You can also spot two industrial
Don Juan Boodle House is located at Calle J.W. Diokno in Taal, Batangas. The restaurant is near the Taal Public Market. The establishment is a combination of old and modern design. The structure itself is made of concrete with a modern touch, while the windows are reminiscent of old Filipino-style
Casa Cecilia Hotel and Restaurant is located at Diversion Road, barangay Carsusche in Taal, Batangas. The restaurant is part of the heritage hotel. The facade is wholly concrete, painted terracotta and mustard with brick material accent.
Café G is located at M.M. Agoncillo Street in Taal, Batangas. It’s near the municipal hall of Taal and Taal Basilica. The restaurant appears to be a residential lot just by looking at the facade, which is predominantly concrete with the brick material accent. The only indication that it’s a
Cafe @ the Ranch is located at MGM Ranch and Farm in Mahabang Ludlod, Taal. It is located near the Taal Public Market. The cafe is surrounded by greenery and looks much more like an old house — a Spanish-era type structure — rather than a restaurant, if not for
Antonio and Raphael’s is located at Zone 7, A. Delas Alas Street in Taal, Batangas. It’s near Taal Market and just beside EBC Family Mart. It is newly renovated and reopened again in August 2018 with an upgraded look. The facade of the building is painted white with brick accent.
100 Degrees Sizzling House is located along F. Agoncillo Street in Taal, Batangas. Although the signage is a bit faded and the door is located on the side rather than facing the street, you won’t have a hard time finding it as it is near Taal Basilica.
The municipality of Lemery is one of the pioneer towns in Batangas. It is one of those towns that had established a community ahead of the others. Through time, it has established itself as a provincial urban center for other neighboring rural towns. Considered a coastal town with some of
Sizzling sa Kubo is a carinderia/eatery located at Palico-Balayan, Batangas Road, Tubigan in Lemery, Batangas. The place is very open where you can see the interior from afar. The structure is predominantly made of wood — the walls, the divider, the foundation, the tables, and the chairs. The roof is
Sa Plato is formerly named Sa Pinggan. It is located along Illustre Avenue in Lemery, Batangas. It is also near San Roque Parish Church. The facade has light-colored brick walls and glass door and windows. There’s a restaurant signage, a menu standee, and a promotional poster plastered on the facade