Oh well, at least for us, Leslie’s is very expensive.
Yona and I met Annie, my friend from way, way back in Tagaytay. We were there around 10am but she arrived a few minutes before 12noon so we were already starving.
We dropped by at Leslie’s hoping that they have Eat-All-You-Can just like in their branch in Alabang but no, they don’t offer it there. “Ala Carte lang po ma’am!” said the woman in uniform. gee.
The place was jampacked and it was sooo hot!
We were so hungry that we immediately decided to get bulalo, vegies and green mango.
Special Bulalo P599
I don’t understand the buzz over their bulalo when in fact it tasted so bland. The one we ordered from a nearby over-looking carenderia tasted way, way, better than this one. It tasted nothing special at all!
To make matters worse, the to-go soup, bones and all we’re served to us in plastic bag!
Pinakbet con Lechon P195
Leslie’s Tagaytay’s Pinakbet con Lechon didn’t taste special either. And it says Pinakbet con Lechon so we expected LECHON, not lechon kawali! and you know how many strips were there? oh, three, just three.
Now that’s hella’ expensive for a plain pakbet!
Mangga with Bagoong P185
Would you believe this mango cost us P185? unbelievable!
But what shocked us most was the rice, the 5-cup rice (they said so!) they gave us costs P275! That’s too much!
The place wasn’t heaven even, it was so full of people yet it has no air circulation system and relied only on the fresh air of Tagaytay but you know how the heat is these days.
So if you ask me if Leslie’s Tagaytay is worth your visit? No. Find a better place to dine.
Leslie’s Restaurant, Tagaytay
Aguinaldo Highway Crossing, Silang
Tagaytay City, Cavite