We are slowly opening up our social bubble so while we were in Tagaytay we met up with our friends from the Super South Mutya and Jinggoy Buensuceso. We know that they are very careful especially as parents of young kids and that we ourselves are super careful, so we all felt safe to meet up & have a long overdue catch up!
Because we couldn’t find a place to meet up in that had open air and allowed our son, they graciously offered to bring lunch and introduced us to a gastronomic feast from Deli de San Honore, a restaurant owned by their friend that is currently open only for curbside pick up.
We were so excited to see them again after so long. You can tell, even DiploBaby was super excited!
I wish I took better and more complete pictures of the dishes that did them justice, but we were so busy catching up with our friends that I just took some quick pics.
The crowd favorite Herb de Provence Porkchop with yummy pickles is great when you have it with it’s own drippings.
Comes with Garlic Rice (not pictured) and fresh Side Salad. You know the veggies are fresh and organic when the salad is so tasty!
The Baked Aged Cheese Aglio Olio with Home-cured Crisp Wild Boar Ham is great for fans of mature sharp cheese and crispy bacon like wild boar ham.
The Jambon Blanc and Mozzarella Stuffed Chicken Breast was so tasty and juicy.
Both the Gouda Cheesecake and Flourless Dark Chocolate Cake are equally good, so the perfect way to have it is half and half of each. You alternate bites between the salty sweet of the cheesecake and the uber moist sweet chocolate.
I’ve never had Gouda Cheesecake but it’s so so good. You really taste the cheese and the graham crust is TDF!
This Flourless Dark Chocolate Cake has to be the best flourless chocolate cake I’ve ever had. Usually they are a bit dense, but this is light, soft and moist. Super addictive and hindi nakaka-umay.
Look at the little foodie that loves it so much he turned into a barbarian!
Everything we had from Deli de San Honore was delicious. So if you are vacationing in Tagaytay and do not want to cook, you can consider their curbside pick up a great option for a treat!
Thank you Mutya and Jinggoy for the lovely afternoon and introducing us to more yummy food in Tagaytay! We love that even if the dine in is not possible, curb side pick up is available to enjoy the food safely at home.
Eyeing their other dishes to try next time we vacation in Tagaytay:
- Roasted Bone Marrow + Grilled Ciabatta
- Grilled Salmon in Passion Fruit Beurre Blanc served with Potato Hash
- Indian Buttered Chicken with Naan
- Salted Fish Fried Rice
- Indonesian Fried Chicken with Sweet Soy Rice
- Chinese Roast Suckling Pig
They also have party trays for 10-12 people (i.e. charsiu pork) that you can order 3 days in advance, breads (i.e. chicken empanada) and frozen goods (i.e. Longganisa & Asado Pao). Just wow! My mouth is watering just seeing the photos on their Instagram!
Some photos borrowed from Deli de San Honore’s IG