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Brigada: Adventures in Marogondon, Cavite



I was a guest and co-host for this segment of Brigada to feature Maragondon as the next travel and adventure destination near Manila. Go watch and discover what the town can offer for tourism.

Wednesday, August 05, 2015

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay–my first visit

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

Finally! I have tasted and also visited this hidden restaurant in the far reaches of Tagaytay City. Marcia Adams is very popular via word of mouth and this was well mentioned and promoted by top foodies and blogger and I also learned about its existence to a fellow foodie blogger. I’m curious and want to try their food since 2013, but I didn’t got a chance to visit it because I’m totally clueless where it is located and also my partner doesn’t want to go there because we are not familiar with the route, but living in Tagaytay for 2 years, I guess we’re ready to try this and I’m glad that I was here and I know already the way how to go there.


Marcia Adams, is the cook and restaurant owner of Marcia Adams restaurant, its an al fresco dining set up and they serve Italian, Mediterranean, French Greek, Seafood and Vegetarian cuisine.

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

Marcia Adams is located at Brgy Sicat in Alfonso, Cavite.
Its easy to got here if you are coming from Tagaytay.

Brgy Sicat is the only street right after Residence Inn Zoo along Tagaytay-Nasugbu Road.
If you plan to commute, just ride a jeepney in Olivares or anywhere along Tagaytay-Nasugbu Road – jeepney bound to Nasugbu and Lemery (actually the buses going to Lemery and Nasugbu takes the same highway).

Just inform the jeepney driver to drop you off Brgy Sicat and mention that the street right after the zoo.
It’s a walking distance from the Brgy Sicat arch.

Take note that you need to reserve first your visit with Marcia Adams, you can contact them via SMS or email. Maybe next time I will try if they will accept 2-3 walk in guest..well its like an experiment.

Also, the restaurant requires one customer to cover a minimum of PHP700 for their three course meal. It means that bill each person starts at PHP 700. Mahal pero sulit.

We went there last Saturday July 31 and the restaurant is almost full of customers, I saw 3 tables at the newly built al fresco dining area and 6 more extra vacant tables at the 1st dining area of Marcia Adams.


Oh btw…that’s their restaurant signage --- its so small and hard to notice it
but there are people and vendors outside the resto selling some fruits and veggies, that’s a good landmark for you to find the restaurant. Just ask them if you are lost.

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

The parking lot at Marcia Adams


Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

The gate at Marcia Adams.
it’s a long way down…and the walkway is embraced with lots of plants and flowers.

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

I thought I was lost and felt that Im inside the maze, Im glad theres a sign that I’m almost near there resto.

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

An adventure awaits for me at the end of this walkway

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

This turkey statue looks so real…

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

Cute animal ornaments around the restaurant…

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

Here’s one of their al fresco dining area at Marcia Adams

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

Another dining set up

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

All walls are made up of stones and bricks, its feels that you are in another country.
The plants around you emits these kind of breeze that makes you relax…

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

Here’s the area of a newly built dining area

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

The floor is made up of tiles….cute tiles

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

my foggy view..at around 2pm
The heat of the sun shifted to the west and the fog starts to envelope my view

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

Their table set up… everything is very Instagramish.

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

Here I forgot to take my selfie ahhahah

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

My view of their dining area

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City
Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

Here’s a photo of their menu, just click on the photo to view large version

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City


For our three course meal worth PHP 700++
We started with this good and yummy AMALFI PRAWNS, a pan fried big prawns with bread crumbs, marinated with salt, pepper, olive oil, parsley. Its so crispy and juicy.
I squeezed a fresh lemon juice on it to add more mamma mia flavor

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

GRILLED AROMATIC PORK
PHP 700
Oh my goodness! this is the most delicious porkchop that I tasted, its like its from the heavens, each bite escapes that juicy oil with aromatic spices and herbs.
A must try food here in Marcia Adams


Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

PANNA COTTA WITH LEMON SAUCE

This is also included in the three course meal, the lemon sauce just kicked me in the face after tasting it. I didn’t know that it was lemon juice..its the strongest sour sweet flavor ever hahaha. But my taste buds gets the hang of it after some munch of the panna cotta.

Masarap din ito… a perfect dessert to end your indulgence at Marcia Adams.

Marcia Adams restaurant in Tagaytay City

For reservation
Email: marciasresto@gmail.com
SMS: 0917 801 1456
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarciaAdamsResto

Address: Bgy Sicat, Alfonso, Cavite (the street right after Residence Zoo along Tagaytay-Nasugbu Road)

The blogger

Azrael Coladilla is the blogger and founder of Azrael's Merryland Blog. This blog started as a personal blog in 2003, and then converted the blog into a lifeblog about his interest and reporting about pop culture, lifestyle, entertainment, technology, food, travel, toys, outdoor adventure, internet and social media. Awarded as the 2009 Most Influential Blogger for Luzon, Philippines, awarded by the Philippine Blog Awards. He is the founder of several online communities - Manila Bloggers Network, PBNetwork PH, Oh My Food! community, Cavite Bloggers, Travel and Blog Community, and Philippine ToyCon. He loves to travel, explore, discover, eat new food, document and record his life, meet new people, do photography and collects Transformers toys.


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