Downtown Pizza & Pasta, Tagaytay

A big change happened in my life, and this is the reason why this blog hasn’t been updated for a month (I’m still adjusting). God, I really miss wandering, waking up late, and owning my time; I’ve been doing that for one year and seven months. However, there was a part of me that longed to embrace changes and accept one opportunity that was presented to me.

It has been ages since I last felt the exhaustion of being an employee. Now that I’m currently employed, the energy-zapping feeling came back. It was a good thing that one my friends during my teenage years invited me  on a road trip to Tagaytay!

from Sky Ranch view
from Sky Ranch view

From the bustling city of Manila to the Sky Ranch, my friend and I went up to see this picturesque view.DSC_3943

After going to the Sky Ranch, we decided to fill up at Downtown Pizza & Pasta. If you take the name literally, you’d notice that it’s quite ironic to be dining on a restaurant called Downtown when you’re in an elevated place. Okay, I hope you get my unwitty joke. Lol.Downtown (5)

We were originally planning to eat bulalo at that time, but since my friend loves pesto, we tried out Downtown Pizza & Pasta. We ordered Pasta Pesto (P 305), a very simple dish, but the way it was created was perfect for us. It was neither dry nor salty, and the pasta was served al dente.Downtown (3)

Meanwhile the 12-inch Bacon Mushroom Melt (P 435) pizza that we ordered was made using pomodoro sauce topped with onions, beef, sinful melted cheese, and (our favorite) bacon. The pizza was bursting with flavors!Downtown (4)

Just in case you might wonder, Downtown and Red Engine share the same space, so upon sitting, the attentive wait staff would give you one menu for Downtown and one menu for Red Engine. The place is spacious and wisely makes use of the fresh cool air that Tagaytay is known for. The price we paid matched the quality of the dishes we ordered. If only this place is very near to me, I would surely keep coming back for their pizza and pasta!Downtown (6)

Ambiance: 5/5
Price: 4/5
Serving: 4/5
Service: 4/5
Taste: 5/5

Downtown Pizza & Pasta

Sky Ranch, Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay City

046 4131396

Disclaimer: I have not received any compensation for writing this post. I do not have material connection to the brands, products, or services that I have mentioned.

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4 thoughts on “Downtown Pizza & Pasta, Tagaytay

  1. Downtown is misnomer as far as resto in Tagaytay is concerned. Downtown as I have learned from you offers foods perfect in taste. I couldn’t decipher or imagine how do those foods taste and the ambiance is perfectly conducive for the place to stay in. Again another perfect review for that matter. Keep it up I do believe you. – Gil Camporazo

  2. That picture of the crater fr sky ranch, did you take it from the overlook or high from like the Ferris wheel? Wondering cuz I’m a photographer and I’ll be going this week ^^

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