Where To Eat in Silang?

Where to Eat in Silang? Living in Cavite, most of my friends visit Tagaytay when they want to dine in at good restaurants. These days, people find it hard to bear with the crowd and traffic of the touristy Tagaytay so they try to find alternatives in nearby towns like Silang, Cavite. In this post, I included some restaurants recommended by the South Bloggers.

1. Chavez Estate

Chavez Estate is a classy place to dine with your family and friends. The indoor dining is very cozy while the outdoor dining lets you feel the breeze of Silang. The ambiance is a mix of rustic and countryside. This is a perfect place for any intimate celebration.

Karla of Travel with Karla

What to Eat?

  • Filo Crusted Salmon
  • USDA Beef Belly Squash Kare-kare
  • Crispy Pork Belly ala Lechon Kawali
Chavez Estate
For more details, read my blogs about Chavez Estate.

2. Cafe Agapita

You have to visit the cafe because first, they serve great food and drinks. But what I like mostly about the cafe is the ambiance! The whole place is really IG worthy and you’ll be spending a lot of time taking your pictures here. If ever you visit in the daytime, or nighttime, the place always looked good!

Katrina of Happy and Busy Travels

What to eat? 

  • Agapita Bun
  • For coffee, you can ask them to surprise you
Where to Eat in Silang
For more details, read Katrinas’s blog review about Cafe Agapita.

3. Asiong’s of Cavite

Asiong Caviteno Restaurant in Silang, Cavite should be on top of your list if you are into quaint and laidback style restaurants. They have lush garden over the restaurant but what I love most about Asiongs is it’s ‘makabayan’ style of cooking, plus organic food.

Pia of Pia Thoughts

What to eat? 

  • Carioca Breakfast Meal
  • Asiong’s Original Pancit Pusit
Where to Eat in Silang
For more details, read Pia’s blog review about Asiong’s of Cavite.

4. Bearseum Kitchen 

Bearseum Kitchen is located at Bearseum, the first and only bear museum in the Philippines! Aside from the BEARy nutritious foods, you can enjoy a day tour to interact with Bearseum’s collection of teddy bears and visit their bear-themed rooms. I recommend trying one of their smoothies because they specially make it healthy by using fresh ingredients everyday. 

 Janella of Your Tita Ja

What to eat? 

  • Chicken Turmeric and Vegetable Rice
  • Beef Stew and Vegetables
  • Chocolate Spinach Smoothie
Where to Eat in Silang
For more details, read Janella’s blog review about Bearseum Kitchen.

5. Marcus Cafe – Villa Julia

Marcus Cafe Villa Julia is one of the family friendly restaurants you should visit in Silang. They serve mouthwatering Filipino and Japanese cuisine. It’s great for indoor and al fresco dining.

Karla of Travel with Karla
For more details, read my blogs about Marcus Cafe – Villa Julia

What to Eat?

  • Pork Sisig
  • Sushi with Edible 24K Gold
  • Shrimp Tempura Roll
Have you visited any of the cafes and restaurants mentioned above? If you have any more suggestions, feel free to mention them on the comments below.
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