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Tagaytay day resort tempts tourists with agritourism, farm-to-table cuisine
Marianne Carandang, Manila, April 20, 2015
 

SPA and F&B day resort Gourmet Farms in Tagaytay has unveiled its new line-up of products targeting leisure travellers, events and agritourism.

 

Gourmet Farms’ organises pre-scheduled day tours of its organic farm facilities, where it grows lettuce, herbs, indigenous herbal teas, raises organic pork and poultry, and roasts high-value, locally sourced coffee beans including civet coffee.

 

While Gourmet Farms does not market itself as a B&B, it hosts specialised spiritual and wellness detox retreats for religious-oriented groups of up to 30 pax, who can pre-book a whole day or 3D2N weekend stay at the resort's 20 casitas with ready access to its chapel and function area with audiovisual equipment and Wi-Fi.

 

The farm’s product is served on the a la carte and banquet menus of its restaurant, The Dining Room. Capable of accommodating up to 150 pax, the restaurant has two private dining areas, one for six guests and the other for 15.

 

For banquets, the al fresco garden can hold up to 300 pax.

 

Gourmet Farms is promoting its farm and restaurant as part of the ongoing Flavours of the Philippines festival in the run-up to the Madrid Fusion Manila gastronomy congress and exhibition.

 

 

 
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