Balay Dako Menu Prices

The Balay Dako Menu is not just a glimpse of savory paradise, but a glimpse of the Philippines’ history. It is nothing if it isn’t extensive, and Balay Dako unmistakably displays that. Would you like some food inspired by the Chinese? How about some with a hint of the Spaniards? You came to the right place! 

And just when you thought Balay Dako’s food was coming to an end, they arrive with their dream-like venue, an incredible place to hold significant events that make life meaningful. Spend time with your loved ones here; create dreams and smiles.

Below, you’ll find the updated list of Balay Dako menu prices.

Menu ItemsPrice (PHP)

Appetizers

Chicken Skin390
Squid Flakes495
Kilaw Sugba895
Kinilaw na Tanigue820
Calamares Fritos495
Chicharon Bulaklak485
Minaing Kamote145
Gambas Al Ajillo900
Sisig na Pusit495
Sisig na Baboy495
Tokwa't Baboy395
Vietnamese Inspired Spring Rolls450
Lumpiang Pinirito255
Lumpiang Sariwa245

Soups

Sinigang ng Balay - Salmon Head sa Miso675
Sinigang ng Balay - Salmon sa Miso795
Sinigang ng Balay - Kangkong, Okra, Gabi, Labanos, Saging na Saba, Kamote, Sitaw at Talong455
Sinigang ng Balay - Pampano875
Sinigang ng Balay - Hipon900
Sinigang ng Balay - Bangus865
Sinigang ng Balay - Baboy675
Kansi555
Kadyos, Baboy at Langka520
Halaan sa Luya735
Bulalo na Baka1,495

Salads and Condiments

Blackened Onions50
Atchara60
Burong Hipon75
Ensaladang Pipino220
Ensaladang Talong at Mangga325
Ensaladang Mangga at Kamatis330
Sariwang Kangkong (Hipon)360
Sariwang Kangkong (Beef)350
Sariwang Kangkong (Fried Pork Intestines)340

Vegetables

Ginisang Gulay ng Balay - Kare Kareng Gulay475
Ginisang Gulay ng Balay - Talong325
Ginisang Gulay ng Balay - Ampalaya at Kabute495
Ginisang Gulay ng Balay - Chicharo at Hipon410
Ginisang Gulay ng Balay - Sitaw at Giniling na Baboy325
Pinakbet355
Laing na Gabi at Tokwa420
Ginataang Gulay ng Balay - Tangkay ng Kangkong at Sili335
Ginataang Gulay ng Balay - Kalabasa320
Ginataang Gulay ng Balay - Langka335
Ginataang Gulay ng Balay - Monggo320
Ginataang Gulay ng Balay - Puso ng Saging320

Spanish-Filipino Dishes

Bangus ala Pobre865
Kalderetang Tadyang ng Baka615
Kalderetang Kambing915
Tortang Giniling na Baboy495
Tortang Talong w/ Giniling na Baboy430
Mechadong Kalitiran745
Pastel de Lengua920
Callos840

Filipino-Chinese Dishes

Palabok650
Pancit Canton540
Pancit ni Antonio625
Salt and Pepper Spareribs530
Camaron Rebosado595
Escabecheng Pampano735
Escabecheng Plapla625
Bangus Shrimp Lumpia460
Lumpia Shanghai410
Pata Tim1,140

House Favorites Dishes

Chili Peppered Sir-fried Chicken & Pork550
Kare-Kare Klasik1,060
Inigang Adobong Manok at Baboy720
Crispy Pata1,380
Lechon Kawali1,140
Bistek Tagalog660
Bistek Atay ng Baka430
Binagoongang Baboy540
Dinuguan480
Sizzling Bulalo na Baka1,450
Pritong Manok (Half)480
Pritong Manok (Whole)840
Paksiw na Bangus & Crispy Batok ng Baboy1,080
Ginisang Maanghang na Hipon805
Halabos na Hipon805
Ginataang Sugpo940
Lechon Manok840
Tortang Alimasag940
Piniritong Sugpo & Sarsang Itlog na Pula955
Sinuteng Pusit745
Crispy Adobong Pitaw555
Batchoy - Classic355
Batchoy - Special w/ Egg385
Additional Puto (For Batchoy)70

Grilled & Fried Dishes

Inasal (Baticolon ng Manok)110
Inasal (Atay ng Manok)120
Inasal (Isol ng Manok)160
Inasal (Pakpak)170
Inasal (Paa)270
Inasal (Pecho)270
Satay (Inihaw na Diwal)950
Satay (Pampano)675
Satay (Tiyan at Panga ng Tuna)925
Satay (Pusit)830
Satay (Bangus)865
Satay (Chicken)120
Satay (Pork)145
Inihaw na Liempo470
Pork Barbeque145
Pinirito (Fried Chicken Inasal)270
Pinirito (Binukadkad na Plapla)520
Pinirito (Tawilis)350
Pinirito (Hito, Mustasa & Burong Hipon)585

Rice Dishes

Sinangag sa bawang (Single Order)85
Pinasingawang Kanin (Single Order)70
Tuyo at Kanin505
Pinakbet na Kanin & Crispy Pata1,800
Pinakbet na Kanin & Lechon Kawali1,680
Pinakbet na Kanin520
Satay Rice85
Spring Duck1,165
Kalkag & Kanin405
Binagoongang Kanin & Manggang Hilaw400
Tintang Pusit na Kanin475
Alimasag & Kanin790
Tinapa & Kanin575

Desserts

Turon Con Langka & Saging240
Turon Con Tikoy & Ube225
Sari-saring Prutas325
Sorbetes150
Buko Pie (Slice)120
Buko Pie (Whole)580
Mango Shaved Ice210
Mandarin Orange Shaved Ice210
Bibingka (Classic)170
Bibingka (Special)220
Puto Bumbong140
Cheese (For Puto Bumbong)35
Mango Sago Con Leche195
Papaya Sago Con Leche180
Maja Blanca110
Leche Flan205
Coco Panutsa Fondue180
Halo-Halo Klasiko340
Mais Con Yelo165

Cold Beverages

Bottled Water60
San Pellegrino250
San Miguel Premium170
San Miguel Super Dry170
San Miguel Light120
San Miguel Pale Pilsen120
Soft Drink (Sarsi)110
Soft Drink (Sprite)110
Soft Drink (Royal)110
Soft Drink (Coke Zero)110
Soft Drink (Coke Light)110
Coke110
Milkshakes (Ube)290
Milkshakes (Macapuno)290
Milkshakes (Mango)290
Milkshakes (Avocado)290
Milkshakes (Chocolate)290
Milkshakes (Cookies & Cream)290
Milkshakes (Panna)290
Tablea Shake300
Iced Tea (Regular)115
Iced Tea (Bottomless)180
Iced Tea (Carafe)360
Mangga at Sago280
Ginumis190
Sago & Gulaman170
Fruit Juice Slushes230
Carafe Fruit Juice Slush (Guyabano)650
Carafe Fruit Juice Slush (Litsiyas)650
Carafe Fruit Juice Slush (Pinya)650
Carafe Fruit Juice Slush (Pakwan)650
Carafe Fruit Juice Slush (Manggang Hilaw)650
Carafe Fruit Juice Slush (Manggang Hinog)650
Carafe Fruit Juice Slush (Calamansi)650
Carafe Fruit Juice Slush (Sampalok)650
Carafe Fruit Juice Slush (Dalandan)650

Hot Beverages

Hot Calamansi230
Tsokolate de Batirol200
Salabat70
Twinings95
Cafe Mocha160
Espresso Descafeinado160
Café Descafeinado160
Café Latte160
Café Cappuccino160
Café Espresso150
Café Americano150

Menu for 10 Persons

Set F12,700
Set E11,200
Set D11,000
Set C9,400
Set B9,000
Set A7,900

Packed Meals

PM 7460
PM 6460
PM 5460
PM 4565
PM 3640
PM 2650
PM 1660

Deli

Bread - Quezo de Bola (Box of 6)650
Bread - Quezo de Bola110
Bread - Ensaymada Classic (Box of 6)530
Bread - Ensaymada Classic90
Bread - Wheat Bread240
Bread - Raisin Roll225
Bread - Monggo Bread240
Bread - Butter Loaf210
Bread - Cheese Roll60
Bread - Cheese Roll (Box of 6)350
Bread - Adobo Pandesal100
Bread - Cheese Pandesal 5's130
Bread - Sisig Pandesal100
Bread - Plain Pandesal 6's100
Bread - Napoleones470
Bread - Pinoy Tasty145
Bread - Salted Egg Ensaymada470
Bread - Ube Macapuno Twist460
Bread - Bread and Butter Pudding520
Bread - Spanish Bread 4's120
Lemon Curd220
Passion Fruit Curd340
Calamansi Curd175
Raspberry Dressing475
Mixed Berries Dressing390
Pineapple Mustard285
Apple Cider Yogurt Dressing420
Strawberry Jam500
Strawberry Pine Nuts Jam570
Pineapple Jam230
Pineapple Cashew Jam265
Orange Marmalade Jam320
Orange Almond Marmalade Jam405
Mixed Berries Jam405
Mango Jam280
Mango w/ Hazelnut Jam310
Fuji Apple Jam405
Banana Macadamia Jam320
Gourmet Tuyo with Extra Virgin Olive Oil350
Gourmet Tuyo with Tomato Sauce and Olive Oil350
Gourmet Minced Daing na Bisugo480
Gourmet Tuyo con Pimenton310
Gourmet Bagoong with Spicy Chocolate240
Gourmet Bagoong with Tamarind195
Tuyo Antipasto380
Spicy Tinapa in Tomato Sauce330
Thai Chili Garlic Tinapa445
Fresh Tulingan Sardines Style in Olive Oil445
Smoked Salinas with Extra Virgin Olive Oil265
Tinapa Fillet with Garlic And Lemon310
Tinapa Bits with Kaffir Lime & Chili445
Three Mushroom Tapenade370
Spanish Style Sardines in Tomato Sauce300
Spanish Style Sardines in Corn Oil300
Spicy Spanish Style Sardines in Olive Oil300
Spicy Spanish Style Sardines in Corn Oil300
Cassava Cake480
Freshly Baked Buko Crumble220
Freshly Baked Buko Pie580
Caramel Tart360
Goat’s Milk Barquillos590
Sesame Barquillos460
Plain Barquillos375
Piaya 12’s240
Barquiron240
Flatquillos180
Flatquillos Peanut200
Raisin Cookies160
Sesame Cookies195
Pulseras180
Serafina145
Otap160
Cinnamon Otap180
Lubid-Lubid120
Hopia Onion120
Hopia Sesame145
Biscocho145
Garlic Toast160
Ugoy-Ugoy120
Toasted Mamon120
Fita65
Bañadas120
Patata Stick100
Paborita65
Jacobina65
Round Sugar Biscuit70
Breadsticks Sesame80
Breadsticks Parmesan80
Breadsticks Butter80
Breadsticks Garlic80
Tajada75

About Balay Dako

One of the well-known “Antonio’s Group of Restaurants” is Balay Dako, which is situated at Tagaytay – Nasugbu Hwy, Tagaytay, 4120 Cavite. This is the absolute mixture of family, memories, love, and smiles all in one place. They take pride in the scenery they offer, and the various venues they have for multiple events – let it be the quintessential birthdays, the sacred baptisms, and even the tear-jerking weddings.

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In addition, their culinary skills provide their guests with a taste of history’s jewels. Come back home. On weekdays, they are open from 11 AM to 9 PM, and on weekends, they are open from 7 AM to 9 PM.

Balay Dako Menu Best Seller

With the never-ending lovable dishes available at Balay Dako, you wouldn’t expect it to have Best Sellers, but the menu itself has House Favorites! These could be the meals loved by so many, they keep asking for more! What are these, you ask?

Batchoy

This is a classic Ilonggo dish with pork meat, pork offal, and pork broth served with thick, rich, egg noodles. You can also alter the order, with an option to make it Special with eggs or to keep it classic. Winning its place as a best seller is also the option of adding Puto – a Filipino dessert that compliments the Batchoy. Prices vary. 

Crispy Adobong Pitaw

Adobo is a type of meal that is beloved by all Filipinos. Add in a dash of Negrense’s specialty, and you have field birds fried and then cooked furthermore the way one would cook Adobo in Balay Dako. 

Sinuteng Pusit

This Balay Dako menu is simply a fresh baby squid cooked with olive oil, garlic, and chili, prepared by being sauteed. 

Piniritong Sugpo at Sarsang Itlog na Pula

A lovely duo meal with a traditional salted egg sauce and deep-fried crabs. It is cooked with precision and passion, so why not have a lovely taste?

Ginataang Sugpo

A prawn-based meal prepared with braised coconut milk. This is a great Balay Dako menu to have when having a gathering with friends, no doubt. 

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Halabos na Hipon

A white shrimp steamed and seasoned with the house’s pepper and salt, but not without their special touches, and special methods. 

Ginisang Maanghang na Hipon

Are you a shrimp lover? How about a spice lover? If you are both, then you are absolutely in luck! Balay Dako presents you with stir-fried white shrimp, with a spicy flavor created by the house.

Paksiw na Bangus at Crispy Batok ng Baboy

A partnership made in heaven, with a crunchy, deep-fried pork neck, and milkfish braised in ginger and vinegar!

Pritong Manok

We are all familiar with the beloved fried chicken, but have we all tasted Balay Dako’s take on it? This is marinated with Balay Dako’s herbs and spices, and prepared with their steps and style. A highly recommended menu from Balay Dako for those who want a classic and simple yet, delicious meal.

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Sizzling Bulalo na Baka

Bulalo is certainly delicious, but serve it on a sizzling cast iron platter. Wow! This uses imported beef braising in mushroom sauce and is prepared with Balay Dako’s style. 

Dinuguan

This is pork blood-braised pork parts such as cheeks, ears, and snout. In addition and for more taste, there is the presence of chili, dried kamias, and vinegar.

Binagoongang Baboy

This menu is pork belly sauteed and stewed in a delicious, homemade fermented shrimp paste. 

Tortang Alimasag

It consists of a frittata of leeks, eggs, and crab meat, all fresh and created with Balay Dako’s special techniques.

Lechon Manok

We all know the Lechon Manok, and we all know how delicious they are, but what we don’t know is that Balay Dako all have their special mix of spices and alterations that make this dish deserve to be a house best seller.

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Bistek Tagalog

This menu consists of beef sirloin marinated in calamansi juice and soy sauce, sautéed with white onions.

Bistek Atay ng Baka

This is another variation of a meal marinated in soy sauce and calamansi juice, but this one is a bunch of delicious white onions and a sautéed beef liver as the absolute star of the show. Personally, I really like this Balay Dako menu since I love eating livers.

Lechon Kawali

It is an imported pork belly that is brined for several hours under salt, lemongrass, and ginger, and finally, deep-fried to perfection. In appearance, it presents a pink color, which could cause misconceptions, but Balay Dako shall always reassure their visitors that they serve cooked, stunning food. 

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Crispy Pata

An all-time favorite deep-fried pork shank that is prepared by brining overnight in bay leaves, lemongrass, salt, and ginger. Brining is done so the pork shall have a better flavor profile. Much like the Lechon Kawali, the appearance of the food shall be pink, but rest assured, it is cooked to perfection. 

Inigang Adobong Manok at Baboy

This is adobong manok and baboy – pork and chicken braised in heavenly vinegar, garlic, and soy sauce, and pan-fried to serve on the visitor’s tables. Delicious and mouthwatering. 

Kare Kare Klasik

Kare-Kare is a beloved Filipino dish that would push anybody to eat all components of the dish. Ox cheeks, meat, and tripe stewed inside peanut purée with vegetables such as Chinese cabbage, string beans, okra, and eggplants

Chili Peppered Stir-fried Chicken and Pork

Chicken and pork are an excellent mixture for enjoyment and deliciousness, when you mix them with chili peppers, we have a winner for the spice lovers! This meal is specifically pork intestines and ears, with chicken breasts, heart, and gizzard.

Balay Dako Breakfast Menu

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is important to have a good set of food to get the day started, and breakfast could be different for all people. Balay Dako does not have a specific Breakfast Menu, but that doesn’t mean that it is limited, or that it does not have food fit for breakfast. There are coffees available, and light meals like appetizers, soups, salads, and more.

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Gulay ng Balay

Vegetables are a constant crucial factor in Filipino cuisine. Some dishes have vegetables as the star of the show! Of course, Balay Dako wouldn’t be complete without these dishes, so, what are they? Get ready to be delighted with meals that range only from the humble prices of 300 to 500 Pesos.

First, the group is “Ginataang Gulay ng Balay” with different types, but they are veggies simmered in some good old-fashioned coconut milk. Their differences are simply which veggie is the focus. 

Kalabasa

Other than the squash being surely fresh, as they are harvested locally, Ginataang Kalabasa is sure to leave a huge mark on those who try this Balay Dako menu. What with the meal being prepared with their own set of spices and techniques. 

Langka

Jackfruit is already a beloved fruit, but being cooked this way shall change people’s perspective of seeing jackfruit as a simple side dish. This meal could be spicy for those who love it, and this is an excellent alternative for vegan visitors!

Monggo

This beloved delicacy focuses on Local Mung beans, cooking them with coconut milk, and created with the skill and knowledge of the chefs at Balay Dako. 

Tangkay ng Kangkong at Sili

For all the spicy-food lovers out there, take a bite and try this meal, as the spice won’t just compliment the taste of the bomb flavors you shall taste, it’ll magnify it, and leave you with a huge, satisfied smile. 

Puso ng Saging

Finally, we have the Puso ng Saging or banana blossoms. This is the main focus of this dish. Specific proteins could be added to the already delicious goodness of this dish. Doesn’t that tie the food together neatly?

Ginisang Gulay ng Balay

If we had vegetable dishes which are prepared by simmering, of course, we have the option of food prepared by being sauteed! These are what we call “Ginisang Gulay ng Balay”. This means that these stir-fried vegetables are prepared with the awesome flavor of the duo we know too well in the kitchen – onions and garlic. Like the aforementioned group, what gives them a difference is the main focus of the dish!

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Talong

We know that along is eggplant in Tagalog, but in this meal, it is stir-fried and chili, with a splash of leeks and beans from the Philippines’ City of Pines – Baguio.

Chicharo at Hipon

No, no, no, your eyes do not fool you. It is Chicharo and Hipon. More known in the English Language as snow peas and shrimp. For those shrimp lovers out there, it is your chance to eat this menu which is lovable food with the presence of vegetables that keep you healthy.

Kare-Kareng Gulay

A simple Balay Dako menu that pulls even children to the table. This meal is mixed with a peanut purée with banana blossoms, eggplants, some Chinese cabbage, and string beans. This is a wonderful mixture of earthy, rich, and sweet flavors, what more can you ask?

Sitaw at Giniling na Baboy

For those people who want to be healthy, but get guilty when eating pork, this one is for you! This has string beans and is seasoned with Balay Dako’s finest. 

Ampalaya at Kabute

Bitter gourd and mushrooms may not seem usual to other people’s eyes, but it is a great surprise to those who try them. If you’re on a diet, rest assured, this meal will eradicate the myth that healthy food won’t satisfy a hungry stomach. 

If visitors would prefer other vegetable-filled meals, though, Balay Dako will always have options! These include;

Laing na Gabi at Tokwa

This meal is simply a dashing amount of braised Coconut Milk and Taro Leaves that wrap around some delicious Tofu.

Pinakbet

A classic Ilocano dish prepared by stewing local vegetables such as tomatoes, lady’s fingers, eggplants, and string and winged beans enriched with a shrimp flavor. 

Best Lutong Espanyol Menu

For more than 3 centuries, the Spaniards came and conquered our lands, influencing our traditions, and leaving a huge impact on our language. Furthermore, one of the biggest influences that they made was in Filipino Cuisine as they left an undeniable mark on us. In Balay Dako, that is shown, that is honored, and amid the harsh history we had, that is admired, all in price from 400 Pesos. 

Bangus Ala Pobre

A refined menu item for faithful fish lovers, that will even leave meat lovers wanting more. In this iteration of the national fish, the milkfish is pan-fried until crispy and is seasoned with a playful amount of crushed black peppercorns to give it that iconic Ala Pobre flavor.

Kalderetang Tadyang ng Baka

This menu is what some would call the tastiest cut of beef and gets an explosion of flavor through a thick tomato stew with potatoes and bell pepper slices – all made inside the creativity and love of Balay Dako.

Kalderetang Kambing

This is the Greatest Of All Time (or the GOAT) meal to so many! This goodness is prepared freshly made with tomatoes, bell peppers, and lovely potatoes.

Callos

A stew is common in the lovely country that is Spain, given the twist and turn that is Balay Dako and its great wonders. 

Tortang Giniling na Baboy

Lovely eggs are amazing, and ground pork – is paradise! Mix them, and you get heaven, in the haven that is Balay Dako. 

Tortang Talong with Giniling na Baboy

Eggplants are enough, mix them with some eggs and ground pork and you’ll forget that this meal could be made in simple homes with the amount of precision it takes to reach Balay Dako’s amazing level.      

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Mechadong Kalitiran

The beef in this Balay Dako menu is tender, drowned in thick, delicious tomato sauce, and reflects how Filipinos are influenced and inspired by Spaniards as the technique of making this dish screams Spain. The one difference is – this dish also screams “Balay Dako”.

Pastel de Lengua

Guessing from the language and vocabulary, we see how it is from Spain. This is a meal that has Ox tongue as its main component, in the form of a lovely casserole. 

Best Lutong Tsinoy Menu

Chinese traders owe so much of our thanks, as, without them, we wouldn’t have the beloved Shanghai, we wouldn’t have the Pancit Canton – our “Pampahaba ng Buhay”, and so, so much more. Luckily, Balay Dako honors these menus and more, through prices starting at 400 PHP. 

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Lumpiang Shanghai

Starting with an absolute Filipino favorite menu, the food you shall see at every gathering and eat in every single one of them, Lumpiang Shanghai! These are spring rolls with minced vegetables and ground pork, with sweet chili sauce as their dip.

Bangus Shrimp Lumpia

This is another variation of the beloved shanghai. Spring rolls with shrimp and bangus – a fish which are both minced, and seasoned with vinegar sauce.

Pata Tim

A simple and delicious pork leg cooked amidst star anise, cinnamon, and Pineapple Juice. Good for a simple family or friend group – 4-5 people.

Escabecheng Pampano

It is a menu made from delicious Pampano fish that is cooked Deep-fried with a mix of sweet and sour sauces.

Escabecheng Plapla

Another Deep-fried fish – Tilapia. This is also served with sweet and sour sauce for taste.

Camaron Rebosado

Cooked in a deep-fried shrimp with sweet and chili sauce created with their mix of spices and techniques from the one and only “Big House”. Deliciously made seafood menu from Balay Dako that you will surely love.

Salt and Pepper Spareribs

Spareribs are delicious parts of a pig loved by many and adored by all. They are deep-fried, marinated, and breaded before having fragrant peppers embrace them, all from the house itself.

Palabok

These are rice noodles enveloped with thick, mouthwatering sauce with some smoked fish and shrimp as their flavor, with peanuts, pork rind, fried garlic, and a hard-boiled egg as the toppings. This meal is good enough for 3 to 4 people. It may seem like much, but once you get a bite- a taste, you can never get enough! 

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Pancit Canton

Pancit Canton is a beloved egg noodle meal with Squid Balls, Kikiam, Pork Liver, and Pork itself, good enough for 3 – 4 people.

Pancit ni Antonio

The menu will not be enough without a version of Antino’s – the respected owner. This is a variation of Pancit, with Chinese Chorizo, Ground Pork, Eggs, Annatto Oil, and Shrimp! An overload is recommended for a group of 3 – 4.

Social Media Pages

If you would like to know the latest news about the Balay Dako menu, prices, and promo, you can get it instantly by subscribing from their social media pages like Facebook, or Instagram. To browse their page, simply click any of the following social links below:

Facebook: https://facebook.com/balaydakotagaytay/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/balaydako/

FAQs

Who is the owner of Balay Dako?

Much like his other beloved restaurants such as Lanai Lounge and Terraza, Balay Dako is owned by a man by the name of Antonio Escalante, who may also go by “Tony Boy”. He opened this amazing palace on the year 2015.

How much is breakfast at Balay Dako?

At Balay Dako, there isn’t a Menu section that dictates “Breakfast”, but there are dishes that could be eaten for it, such as the rice meals available, and hot beverages with different selections of coffee available. Sometimes, they also offer a buffet but this is usually a limited time and not always available. The prices range between 200 to a thousand and depend on the meal itself. Be aware, though, that on weekdays, Balay Dako opens at 11 AM, and on weekends, 7 AM.

How much is Piaya in Balay Dako?

Piaya is such a beloved Filipino dessert, and as a reflection of it, Balay Dako also has it on its menu under the Pasalubong Section. For a good price of 240 per dozen, you get to enjoy the lovely goodness of the food.

What is the meaning of Balay Dako?

To the Negrenses, Balay Dako refers to the term “Big House”, which is essentially fitting to the restaurant itself, having such space fit to commence a plethora of events, and more.

Conclusion

The Philippines’ history can be reflected in the Balay Dako Menu. This is a place where everyone is welcome to experience Filipino Cuisine and find out how cuisines from all over the world inspire it. This place is the perfect spot to choose for family gatherings and events, and so much more. Don’t wait, and grab the opportunity to arrive at Tagaytay, and arrive to their open arms. As they say; “Welcome to Balay Dako. Welcome home.”

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