Rosario Pamanang Panlasa Tagaytay

At Rosario’s soft opening: Chef Jonathan Jota (third from left), president Jackson Go (fourth from left), and Marketing Director Katherine Mendoza (sixth from left) with guests

Experience legacy Filipino dining at Rosario Pamanang Panlasa Tagaytay

Pinoy Trekker | Experience legacy Filipino dining at Rosario Pamanang Panlasa Tagaytay | Rosario Tagaytay has opened its doors on its soft opening to diners with a heart for traditional Filipino cooking at their newly-opened restaurant along General E. Aguinaldo Highway in Tagaytay. A project of love from the Vikings Group of Restaurants, Rosario’s menu is a showcase of historic family recipes that have been handed down through generations. At Rosario, every dish is a sentimental journey into their family’s culinary history.

Rosario, named after the beloved matriarch of one of the owners, was more than a mother who prepared meals for the family. In the kitchen, she wove magic with the dishes that delighted not only the palate but also the soul. Her dishes were comfort food at its finest for her family and friends. With her, cooking was an act of love, and her dishes not only eased hunger but also warmed the heart.

Rosario Pamanang Panlasa Tagaytay

Their signature dishes Adobong Baboy sa Puti with Beef Liver, Kare Kareng Buntot at Twalya, Quesong Quesong Kaldereta, and Hipon sa Alique at Kamias, to name a few, have been meticulously recreated by Rosario’s chefs, headed by award-winning Chef Jonathan Jota, with same love and passion that Rosario had for working at the kitchen. The Tagaytay staple Special Bulalo is also for the choosing, a tribute to Tagaytay’s ubiquitous crowd favorite. Their curiously-named signature dessert, Saya ni Maria, inspires conversation and is a great closing to a hearty, satisfying meal.

Rosario Pamanang Panlasa Tagaytay

Guests are treated to a refreshing view of the Taal Lake while enjoying Rosario’s variety of offerings. From appetizers, soup, main courses and down to desserts, Rosario’s offerings are sure to make one’s mouth water. Refreshing drinks, coffee, wine, and cocktails are also available for those longing for home or want to enjoy a great adventure at the dining table.

As Rosario shares their family’s cherished recipes that have once graced their lovely occasions and family gatherings to the public, the restaurant hopes to continue their matriarch’s enduring legacy of love, joy, and the bliss of enjoying the best of traditional Filipino cooking.

Visit Rosario at  Kilometer 58, Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay

Open daily!

Monday to Friday: 10 AM – 10 PM

Saturday and Sunday: 8 AM – 10 PM

For inquiries and reservations: 0919 -077-7396

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