June 17, 2010
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There was a time when Colette’s Buko Pie is the only pasalubong available in Tagaytay City. Since it was Colette’s first branch, going to Tagaytay go side by side with Colette’s pasabubong. Until Rowena’s opening last 2000, offering a different variety of pasalubong. Known for their scrumptious tarts, Rowena’s had expounded their products from blueberry cheesecake to spicy tamarind preserves over the years.
During my last trip to Tagaytay, I was happy to see this newly opened branch at SM Save More. By the way, SM Save More is located at a corner lot of Tagaytay-Mendez Crossing. Rowena’s is facing Mendez Road. This would be a good spot, an accessible one for all Tagaytay visitors.
And I went home with these homemade food items.
I especially love the sylvannas, while Uraro was introduced to my Leoncio.
I find their cakes a bit expensive at P850.00 however, those bags of banana chips are real value for your money. I will definitely be back on month end to enjoy these delicacies. 🙂
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