Family Lunch at Leslie’s Restaurant

After our Pink Sisters Monastery trip, of course, we had to supply food to our tummies. Haha! πŸ˜€ I was really excited about this because I have heard a lot of good things about Leslie’s Restaurant that this place is a must-try when you are in Tagaytay area. Since it was a Saturday, the place was really full of customers. We were 10 in the family and we had to wait for the table to be available for us.

The place is huge! Got parking lot for everybody. They have an indoor area which is where their wooden tables and chairs are available for the customers. And then, they also have this open-over-looking function room, over-looking to Taal volcano. Too bad, I was not able to take pictures really of the place, maybe because I was too hungry waiting for our food (which got to our table after nearly an hour) and a little annoyed too of the noise because the place is full.

While waiting for our food, we got ourselves into our usual family picture-taking sessions. The Taal volcano view obviously added to our excitement to pose for our cameras. Haha! πŸ˜› The weather was perfect. Not too sunny and the wind is just enough. Taal volcano is amazing!!

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Here’s their menu:

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And here’s what we got. πŸ˜€

They served us their famous Bulalo soup – free!!

Plain rice for 5 people | Php 220

Pork Sinigang | Php 350

Chopsuey | Php 249

Sinugbang Pusit | Php 299

Half fried chicken | Php 299

Fresh Buko | Php 99

All these for 6 adults and 4 kiddos. πŸ˜› You will notice that the price of their food is a bit pricey, don’t worry because they serve them in humogous containers!! We even had to ask them pack our left overs because they’re just too much for us – remember, we were really starving when we got there but wasn’t able to finish our food.

All that we order were great. Maybe because we’re just hungry? Haha! I don’t think so. The taste is really good. Perfect for family bonding like this. The taste of “lutong-bahay” was there.

Service is good too. They have a lot waiters and waitresses assisting their customers. When I said lots of waiters and waitresses, I think they have a 4:1 ratio of customers to waiter. That’s really good because whatever you need (glass of ice, ketchup, tissue, etc) will be in your table in a snap of a finger. They were all accommodating.

Just one thing, I wasn’t happy that their POS wasn’t working that time. So the cashier needed to prepare the receipt manually which took a long time. Took time to get the tab to us and took time for our change to get to us. Tsk!

Summary of expenses:

2 orders of Pork Sinigang : Php 700
1 order of Sinugbang Pusit : Php 299
1 order of Pork Sisig : Php 299
1 order of Half Fried Chicken : Php 299
1 order of Chopsuey : Php 249
2 orders of Rice (for 5) : Php 440
1 Buko Juice : Php 99
9 Soda in Can : Php 585

10% service charge

Total: Php 3, 235.10

My own ratings:

Service : πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ out of 5 smiles
Place : πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ out of 5 smiles
Price : πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ out of 5 smiles
Taste : πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ out of 5 smiles

I would love to visit here again and try eating in their indoor-more-intimate area. And this place made it to my “recommendable” list. πŸ˜€


9 thoughts on “Family Lunch at Leslie’s Restaurant

  1. rachelle says:

    we frequently go to tagaytay but unfortunately I haven’t gone to Leslie’s although i’ve heard good things about them. maybe next time. πŸ˜€ now i missed our pinoy food!


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