Here’s another Thai restaurant in Tagaytay that serves really delicious and authentic Thai dishes. They get jam-packed on weekends so it’s best to go here on weekdays.
Try their Tom Yum Goong, curry dishes, and salads.
I'm generally not a fan of Thai cuisine (I think it's mostly because everything's just so darn spicy. I feel my tolerance for spicy food has improved though 😅), but Lime and Basil captured my food-loving heart and I was pleasantly surprised with how good everything tasted! Paul and I made our way here for his birthday weekend trip and we definitely ordered way too much as always lol! I'm obsessed with their Thai Green Curry and Pineapple Fried Rice which, by the way, is served in an actual pineapple!!! Pad Thai and Fresh Spring Rolls were bomb as well ❤️ We went on a Sunday and the place was packed, so I suggest calling ahead to reserve a table. We were seated right away though; one of the perks of dining for two 😉😏
Delicious Thai place we found while looking for (photo-worthy) restaurants in the area. It has a large garden, making it perfect for small parties. At the time we went, someone proposed there on the lawn! 💍 It's quite far from main Tagaytay (about 25-30 minutes away).
The name says it all. For super local Thai food that’s made from fresh ingredients, this is possibly the best place. Great seafood, great vegetables. Well cooked, and hits the spot with a bowl of their fried rice.
The shutdown of dine-in restaurants in Bangkok means that some very exclusive spots are now doing delivery for the first time. Chef Bo has won a Michelin star for her authentic Royal Thai flavors and now you can get them delivered via their “bo.lan in residence” program. Set menus come delivered in reusable Tiffin boxes.
You can order by phone, line bolanoffice or their facebook https://Facebook.com/BolanBangkok