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Sartin: A Collection of Timeless Homemade Filipino Recipes

Sartin Tagaytay City

Last weekend, I was invited to go to Tagaytay City for the grand opening of Sartin Restaurant. Located in Summit Ridge, it is a 90minute drive from Manila.

Poised to become the next food hotspot in Tagaytay as it complements the city’s suburban vibe with a delectable menu, comforting ambiance and outstanding service. Expect a world-class food experience at Sartin through authentic Filipino dishes.

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“Tagaytay is a perfect location for our first F & B operations management because aside from its picturesque views and cool climate, it is a culinary destination on its own. We want to make the Tagaytay experience more exciting and delicious for tourists and locals,” says Fresh Versoza, Chief Operating Officer of Josiah’s Catering, Inc.

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Valencia Php495

One of the four Sartin’s Signature Dishes and Ilonggo’s version of Paella, this is made of turmeric, glutinous rice, topped with shrimp, pork, chicken, and vegetables.

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Kalkag Fried Rice Php 215 (2-3pax)

Fried rice with dried shrimp, chives and garlic
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Tarlac: Pritong Itik Php655

Nativ itik that’s cooked low and slow with oil, garlic, salt, pepper, herbs and then fried until crispy.

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Lechon na ulo ng Baboy P949

Also one of Sartin’s Signature dishes, this Roasted half pig’s head is served with homemade thin breads, salsa, mustard leaves, burong isda.
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Bacolod Negros: Pata Humba Php315

Pork pata, banana blossom, pineapple, saba, and potatoes
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Quezon: Escabeche na Isda Php635

Fried fish in sweet and sour escabeche sauce with cilantro and mango salsa
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Sartin Salad Php425

Mixed lettuce, red raddish, tomatoes, cucumber, onion, dried squid, tossed in pineapple vinaigrette. Topped with kesong puti.

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Suwam sa Mais Php319

Shredded starchy corn, shrimp, dahon ng sili. Topped with crunchy chicharon.
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Tarlac: Jet’s Kare Kare Php545

Ox tail, tripe and meat with special kare sauce and house made bagoong alamang.

Inspired by the three generations of the owners’ family from three distinct hometowns – Quezon, Tarlac and Bacolod, Sartin offers homemade Filipino staple with authentic flavors prepared in traditional way but is given a modern twist and an atmosphere only a Filipino family restaurant can produce. A place with an ambiance that will entice you to return for the experience and superb homey atmosphere.

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Tibok Tibok Php 245 (1 Lanera)

Kapampangan flan made of carabao’s milk and lime zest.
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Kutsinta

This reminds me of so much childhood memories.
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Vanilla Pineapple Cooler, Sago’t Gulaman, Iced Coffee

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I really enjoyed the food here at Sartin. I recommend to try everything that I have posted above because they are all so good! I felt like I travelled to all three regions just by visiting the restaurant in Tagaytay City. The servings are perfect for sharing and are priced reasonably. A perfect destination for family and friends who are looking to explore more outside Metro Manila or to have a quick escape from the busy metro.

At Sartin, you are creating a unique family history every day just by sharing food and eating it together with them. Good food has a way of bringing families together, and anytime families gather – even to eat – family history is made. Sartin is a story of life, love and family.

To know more about Josiah’s Catering and its new ventures, visit their website or call (+632) 475-2703.

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