Since she started preschool, our family's schedule now revolve around my daughter's school and extra-curricular activities but hey, no complains here because we love spending time with her. Besides, we also enjoy joining her field trips like their recent visit to Yoki's Farm - an antique museum, hydroponic vegetable farm, animal sanctuary, and bed & breakfast in Mendez, Cavite.
Yoki's Farm does not have an in-house restaurant nor did we brought food like the other families did so right after the tour, we bade our goodbyes to her teachers and classmates and drove to Lime and Basil Thai Restaurant in Alfonso which I've been meaning to visit for quite sometime now.
Tip: Make sure you reserve a table because this place is always fully booked even on weekdays.
What we ordered
|Fresh Spring Rolls - Php320.00|
|Pla Som Rod (Crispy Tilapia) - Php470.00|
|Stir-fried Chicken with Cashews - Php350.00|
|Pad Thai (Chicken & Shrimp) - Php490.00|
|Bagoong Rice - Php470.00|
Everything was delicious! Even the Lemon Grass Juice (Php280/pitcher) and Mango Sticky Rice (Php270) which I failed to take photos of were incredibly good and should never be missed. Service may be slow and the menu is quite on the pricey side but if you also love Thai cuisine like we do, you'd surely enjoy the food and the ambiance at Lime and Basil - a must try when in Tagaytay.
Lime and Basil Thai Restaurant
9014 J. Rizal St., Brgy. Sikat
Alfonso, Cavite, Philippines
Tel.: (63915) 627-6393
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