Our new year holiday staycation just ended and we need to go back home because it’s a back to work and back to school the next day. But before we leave Tagaytay City, we should eat first our lunch and savor the taste of the home style cooking of Nanay Deling.
Nanay Deling cooks at her eatery canteen at Mahogany Market, we discovered her mini eatery years ago during our weekly stay in Tagaytay. They formerly occupy a small space at the side walk (bangketa) and then after some years, all eatery and canteen was ordered to transfer to a new building as their city ordinance to observe a clean and organized business.
here’s their former canteen last January 2015 - http://azraelsmerryland.blogspot.com/2015/01/a-lunch-visit-again-at-nanay-delings.html
and after 5 months, all canteens should transfer to a new building - http://azraelsmerryland.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-new-mahogany-market-in-tagaytay.html
Nanay Deling’s cooking is the best here in Tagaytay City. I always recommend it through my blog and also word of mouth. Their dinuguan is a best seller and also the papaitan, kare kare, bulalo, crispy fried tawilis fish and caldereta.
Nanay Deling can be found at the 2nd level of the new building of Mahogany Beef Market and Bulaluhan
When we arrived there… the entire spot is jam packed with tourist from Manila.
We were lucky that we got a parking space for our van when arrived here.
And when the parking space is full…expect the over flowing of tourist eating their lunch here in Mahogany market.
We were so lucky again that there’s a long table waiting for us at Nanay Deling’s. So we sat there and ordered our lunch meals right away.
Lace ordered a Pork Binagoongan, but I didn’t got a nice pic of it.
Here’s my wife Lace helping my son to eat some crispy tawilis fish
Because the entire area is jam packed with tourist, here we sat next to a group of family eating their lunch too.
The crowd in Mahogany Market
Thanks everyone for reading my blog series.
I’m organizing a Tagaytay and Cavite food trip project for my blog. So watch out for my next foodie adventure with my family and friends.