Memory Lane, Tagaytay City

Last May 13, we celebrated Mother’s day with my family, together with my tita and lola. It’s my first time to celebrate it with them and we’re complete. It feels great to see my mom happy. I genuinely feel that she really is enjoying the moment. I really love celebrating these kind of events which commemorates the hardships and the love of the parents for their kids.

And oh! this restaurant is owned my Jolina Magdangal. When we went there I saw her mother offering my mom a Nine West bag. haha

Memory Lane’s interior:)
Cool restroom. minimalist
The restaurant’s ambiance is like retro-ish mad men meets country barn of McDonalds. lol The interior design is very fun and homey at the same time. Vintage posters, signage, appliances and colorful ceramic mugs and miniatures were there. I don’t know how they chose those because it’s so random but it works. I like it how they use white as the base paint because with all that colorful anik-anik the place would be a candy house (muntikan na! lol) but really the place is very fun and we enjoyed our stay there:)
What we ordered:
I forgot this dish’s name:( but this was my favorite of all the dishes we tried.
Tagaytay Bulalo:) Little salty than it should be. Sorry they were so hungry that they didn’t let me take a photo of this first.
Pinakbet! I love this!
Pata tim. this was my least favorite!
That’s me, lola (wearing floral pink), sister (white blouse) behind her is my tita tess. My mom is wearing the maroon blouse. That’s us:)
Us kids with the mothers:)

With my mom (right) and my lola (left).
I love them both!

How to get there?
  • If you’re driving from Manila. You can take Aguinaldo Highway from Bacoor then drive south to Tagaytay Rotonda (you’ll be passing by Bacoor, Imus, Dasmarinas, Silang then Tagaytay). From Rotonda go to the right, if you see the Starbucks, Leslie’s and Yellowcab signage, slow down because you’ll take the road from your right. Go straight then you’ll see the Memory Lane along the road in your left.
  • If you’re going to commute. Take the bus to Lian, Nasugbu, Tagaytay or Mendez bus. If you took the Lian or Nasugbu bus go down where the Don Juan is (near Starbucks, Yellow Cab and Leslie’s signage) then ride a tricycle to Memory Lane. If you took the bus to Tagaytay or Mendez, ride a jeep then go down where Don Juan is then tricycle.

  • The dishes were kinda pricey but the tastes were good.
  • The place is really homey and nice!
  • People should try what Memory Lane has to offer:))
Mon: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Wed – Fri: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sat – Sun: 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Address: Magallanes Drive, Tagaytay City
Website: Memory Lane Facebook Page
Telephone:+63917-8581950 +63922-8298487

Mc Pol

Mc Pol Cruz is the owner and publisher in this travel and lifestyle blog, Weekend Sidetrip. He love being under the sun and doing things that he loves, traveling. Mc Pol is ready to explore various culture, stop foot to stunning places, savor different cuisines and help other travelers in their adventures.