Taal Bayview Bistro

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Taal Bayview Bistro Reviews

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Quite Eloquent Even Without the Bay View Apr 23, 2013
I was just wondering why this restaurant in barangay Tulo in Taal, Batangas is called “bayview” in the sense that the bistro is located at the middle of a wild nature greens along the highway and that there is no way you can see any view of the bay, yes there is no bayview at all, so to speak.

But in all fairness, the place is so quiet and ideal to simmer down. The overgrown trees, the whiff of the air, and the quietude of the place make you feel at home as you simmer the specialties of the house.

The two storey building with spacious floor can hold even hundreds of guests. There is a choice of air conditioned or open air rooms.

The well sanitized rest rooms are complete with bathroom fixtures.

The staffs are so kind enough to attend the guest’s request.

And most of all, the food satisfies one’s delicate palate. Sea foods, grills and sizzling are just among their menus.

Btw, Taal Bayview Bistro is not just a restaurant, or a bistro. It is also an event center that caters event of different types and can hold up to 500 hundred persons or so.

There was a wedding celebration going on at the second level when we had a lunch there. We had a short stop there on our way to Fantasy World Resort and Theme Park in Lemery, Batangas.
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Caliber-A says:
maganda talaga ang lugar. ang lamig ng hangin at fresh na fresh talaga, puro puno. dapat nga farmview not bayview!
Posted on: Aug 30, 2013
rheagirl says:
Sobrang convincing ang review na ito ah! :)) Thanks for sharing. Bayview Bistro should give you a discount on your re-visit. :))
Posted on: Aug 28, 2013
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