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Love in Tagaytay

Cool breeze, fresh pine smell, breathtaking landscapes. Tagaytay is easily one of the best places for lovers this Valentine’s Day. 

Love in Tagaytay
Anya Resort’s fine dining restaurant Samira serves a delectable array of dishes prepared by Chef Jonathan Bouthiaux. 
The first “Small Luxury Hotel” awarded getaway in Tagaytay, Anya Resort takes advantage of this with its special dining treats for couples. 

Anya’s fine dining restaurant Samira serves a delectable array of dishes prepared by French Chef Jonathan Bouthiaux, who previously worked in five-star luxury hotels and Michelin-star restaurants in Dubai and Australia. 

Love in Tagaytay
Chocolate Crumble with Cherry and Pistachio Ice Cream and Strawberry Macaron
Through local food sourcing, dishes are created with Tagaytay’s best and freshest produce such as the starter dish of green asparagus with smoked salmon foam and chives, main dish of lamb chops with potato gnocchi, and the finale Love Anya Signature Cherry Souffle. 

Love in Tagaytay

The Amra Deli Bar and Anila Poolside Restaurant are also available as other options for dining.

Trying to be even more romantic? Couples can also chill under the stars at Anya’s Tala Garden, where they can lounge and cozy up under blankets as they sip from a glass of bubbly while nibbling on delicious creations by Chef Jonathan. 

Love in Tagaytay
Portobello Mushroom Soup
These special epicurean treats are part of the Anya Valentine Escape package which is available for the whole month of February. Go to www.anyaresorts.com or call (02) 657-1640 for inquiries and more information. 

Topics: Tagaytay , Valentine’s Day , Small Luxury Hotel , Anya Resort , Jonathan Bouthiaux
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