Apr 24, 2019

Tagaytay for some has become a refuge away from the city. Just a few hours away by car from Manila, it’s chilly climate is favored by those who want to unwind. If the image of pines trees and fog has you planning a quick getaway for the weekend, here’s something worth doing there this month.


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Anya Resort Tagaytay’s Viernes Social Club should be right up your alley if you’re looking for something different to do down south apart from the usual bulalo food trip and coffee with a view.

From Apr. 12 to Jul. 31, Spanish fare like tapas will be served at dinnertime from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Amra Deli Bar. For P850 net. per head, you can choose from their assorted hot and cold appetizers called Tapas Frias and Tapas Calientes.


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Viernes Social Club Ease into the weekend with our Viernes Social Club, starting tonight at Amra Deli Bar. Enjoy an array of delectable Spanish tapas accompanied by a live-cooking of our delicious favorite, paella. Choose a spirit or a glass of cool Sangria, to make the heady start. Vamos. Viernes Social Club, every Friday evening. . . . . For reservations and inquiries, contact us at (+632) 533-8888 (+632) 657-1640 to 1644 (Manila) (+46) 419-4080 (Tagaytay) (+63) 998-577-9999 Email: anya [email protected] . . . #experienceanya #anyaresorttagaytay #anyaresort #filipinoluxury #amradelibar #Tapas #Sangria #drinks #viernessocialclub #chefjonathanbouthiaux #samiragrill #anilarestaurant #dining #food #foodie #restaurant #loveanya #hospitality #lifestyle #hotel #resort #travel #Tagaytay #itsmorefuninthephilippines #Philippines #smallluxuryhotelsoftheworld #smallluxuryhotels

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Tomato celery gazpacho, a classic Spanish chilled soup made with fresh tomatoes and the Salpicón de Marisco, a seafood medley made of crab stick, shrimps, peppers, and onion lemon-paprika can be sampled under the Tapas Frias menu.

While for the Tapas Calientes side, you can enjoy a variety of croquettes like jamón ibérico croquetas which are lightly breaded and stuffed with fried cured ham, and parmesan croquetas that are oozing with cheese.

There are also vegetable offerings like colifor grantinada con Almendras y Ajo, which is cauliflower with garlic and almonds, and seasonal marinated vegetables.


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Specialty paella will be served as the main course which you can pair with wine from their wide selection of bottles.

And did we mention you could also get sangria by the glass or by the pitcher? You just need to add P250 or P700, respectively.


For more information on Anya Resort Tagaytay’s Viernes Social Club, visit their Facebook page or their website at www.anyaresorts.com. For inquiries and reservations, call +632 553.888 or +632 657.1640, or e-mail [email protected]

Photos courtesy of Anya Resort Tagaytay


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