Leslie’s Restaurant has been a go-to restaurant by a lot of people when visiting Tagaytay. Their space is definitely good for big groups, especially for families that just want to relax and feel comfortable while enjoying their food altogether. No wonder many people come back to Leslie’s Restaurant.
Another reason that Leslie’s Restaurant is so worth the return is none other than their bulalo. This dish has been iconic ever since, as they are also very generous when it comes to its serving. Surely, it’s a bang for your buck!
Although, if you must know, Leslie’s Restaurant has other must-try dishes too! Their Sitaw, Hipon, at Kalabasa sa Gata (Php 499) and their Sinugba sa Bilao (Php 960) are two loaded dishes that will have you drooling in no time.
Speaking of loaded dishes by Leslie’s Restaurant, you should definitely not miss out on their Pancit Canton (Php 449) and their Crispy Pata (Regular Php 699 | Large Php 799)! These two dishes will give you that traditional Filipino feast-like experience, for sure.
While you are at it, make sure to call dibs on their soup-based dishes too. Their Sinigang na Baboy (Php 565), and of course, their Bulalo Special (Php 940) will have you sipping and slurping while being wrapped in tasty and homey bliss.
Besides savory dishes that are of familiar flavors, Leslie’s Restaurant also has desserts and drinks up for grabs. Their Buko Pandan (Php 199) and Leche Flan (Php 269) as well as Calamansi Juice (Php 85), Ube Milkshake (Php 225), and Avocado Milkshake (Php 225) are just a few delectable choices to go for.
There’s really a lot to go for at Leslie’s Restaurant! Their Fried Chicken (Half Php 349), Sizzling Lechon Kawali (Php 515), Leslie’s Special (Php 610), and Sugpo sa Aligue are just a few other favorites of ours. Catch more of Leslie’s Restaurant by visiting their Facebook and Instagram.