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Fab foodie possibilities at Timberland Highland Resort’s Ridge Cafe
Whether you’re a guest at Timberland Highlands Resort, or you’re simply in the area (being so near great bike and nature trails which work up quite an appetite), you won’t have to stress yourself over where to eat.
At the Ridge Cafe, you can dine in comfort and style inside the restaurant, or take a spot in its al fresco dining area to take in the view as you eat.
I’ve shared in my previous blog posts about its buffet offers here and here, but a new question arises: what to eat when you’re not keen on an all-you-can-eat setup?
Don’t worry: Ridge Cafe’s got you well-covered with its ala carte offerings, such as:
Sandwiches and Burgers
Snack on these sammies, all served with your choice between homemade potato fries or mixed greens.
Pasta, Noodles and Salads
Sate your hunger with filling noodle dishes, from pastas served with garlic bread to Pinoy merienda classics, or go for a helping of healthy greens.
Don’t miss the chance to munch on some freshly made sushi rolls.
Choose from a wide variety of viands – which include Pinoy ulams and international dishes – for your lunch or dinner
Cap your meal with these sweet delights!
As you can see, there’s no need to worry about how to soothe your hunger pangs as you embark on your mountain adventure in San Mateo, Rizal. Simply hie yourself off to Ridge Cafe!
Ridge Cafe also offers buffet meals including:
Top of the Morning Buffet: intercontinental breakfast menu and classic Pinoy almusal at Php650 net per person (weekends from 7am to 10am)
Arabic Dinner Buffet: an exciting curation of Arabic, Mediterranean and South Asian cuisines with free-flowing iced tea at Php980+ per person (Saturdays, from 6pm to 9pm)
Filipino Buffet: favorite Filipino dishes with free-flowing iced tea at Php980+ per person (Sundays, lunch from 11.30am to .30pm | dinner from 6pm to 9pm)