Mahogany Market

Mahogany Market รีวิว, Tagaytay

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Lolito Castro
นครลอนดอน, UK28 ผลงาน
มิ.ย. ค.ศ. 2022 • ครอบครัว
My family decide to cook for our dinner and my auntie recommend this Mahogany market to buy our stuff for cooking- the place was quite near to our host air BnB- sellers were friendly and approachable- meat area was clean and dry- lots of buyers and keep the meat section really busy- price was good and specially senior have discounts/ I will recommend to all my friends to come and visit this place.
เขียนเมื่อ 7 มิถุนายน ค.ศ. 2022
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MannyY
18 ผลงาน
มี.ค. ค.ศ. 2022
Mahogany Market is one of those tourist destinations often touted whenever you are in Tagaytay. Tagaytay is known for its fresh beef products and right on top of the beef market is a row of eateries where you can partake of their beef signature dish, bulalo.

Right across the meat market are two buildings. One for dried goods such as coffee, native delicacies, etc. We bought suman pinipig after being given a free taste. It was good but a little pricey at PHP20 each. Suman pinipig can be bought at less than PHP20 each in other places. But we didn't care because we were there already and we liked the sample.

We also bought salted eggs at 7/P100 which the vendor sourced from Laguna. We wanted to have a salted egg salad as a supplement to our breakfast. And since we already had salted eggs, we bought fresh tomatoes and onions at the second floor of the next building.

Thus, all in all, there are three buildings at Mahogany Market. The first building where they have their beef produce and eateries, The second where they have their dry goods and pasalubongs. And the third where they have fresh vegetables.

Overall, Mahogany Market could be a good first stop for food and fresh produce (except beef) when you are in Tagaytay. It could also be your last stop as you depart Tagaytay because you can eat at the different eateries where they serve almost identical dishes. And after the hearty meal, do some cheap (by Tagaytay standards) pasalubong shopping and also buy fresh produce.

Prices are not really much different and could be at times more pricey from Manila prices especially if you buy in Balintawak or Divisoria markets. So if you don't want to tote extra bags going back to Manila, I suggest just stick to the light stuff, i.e. native delicacies for pasalubong, ground coffee, etc.

Finally, Mahogany Market is different from the Tagaytay public market, found just behind the Tagaytay Flower Market right before a rotonda. Tagaytay public market, we were told, is where the locals buy their goods and restaurants source their fresh produce . But we weren't able to explore it as much as Mahogany.
เขียนเมื่อ 31 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2022
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thuyoshico
มะนิลา, ฟิลิปปินส์109 ผลงาน
พ.ย. ค.ศ. 2019 • คู่รัก
マッケットの二階は食堂が並んでいます。
どの店で食べようか悩みましたがどこも同じような感じでした。
ここはブラロと呼ばれているスープが有名で牛の骨でダシを取ったスープに白菜等の野菜が入ったスープが350ペソで食べられます。
一つのスープは2~3人で食べる量でした。全く油っぽくなくあっさりとしており尚且つ牛の骨のダシが効いていて少量のナンプラーとカラマンシーでアレンジしたら更に美味しくなりました。
スープに別注文のライスを混ぜても美味です。
フィリピンに住んで半年になりますがフィリピン料理はやたら甘いかしょっぱいかで更に油っぽくて食べた後は必ず胃もたれして苦手でした。
しかし初めて本当に美味しと思えるフィリピン料理に廻り合いました。
このスープを食べるだけにもタガイタイに訪れた価値があります。
一緒に小魚を丸ごと揚げた料理を注文しましたがこちらはやはり油っぽく口に合いませんでした。

เขียนเมื่อ 2 พฤศจิกายน ค.ศ. 2019
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kotakji99
เกาหลีใต้131 ผลงาน
ส.ค. ค.ศ. 2019
여긴.. 제가 따가이따이에 이틀 있었는데...
두번 갔습니다. 과일도 싱싱하고 너무 저렴했어요~~~
주변 하이퍼마켓 과일코너에 망고스틴 조금만한거 키로에280페소인데....
여긴 씨알도 굵고 싱싱한게 키로에 150페소였습니다.
파인애플도 싱싱하고 달고 너무 맛있었어요~~ 5개에 100페소
저는 무조건 추천합니다^^
เขียนเมื่อ 9 สิงหาคม ค.ศ. 2019
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al22tecc
ฟิลิปปินส์7,334 ผลงาน
เม.ย. ค.ศ. 2019 • ครอบครัว
So we went here because of the hype that this place is the go to place for value for money bulalo. I have made a separate review for the eateries on the second floor. This review is for the whole market.

The parking is sufficient, and pay the parking fee upfront. The parking attendant then helped point us which housing is for the fruits, which housing is the meat, and which housing was for the eatery.

The fruit section can get good deals, slightly better than those at the street. We were able to get good melons, pineapples, guyabanos, and wintermelons which we brought back to our airbnb for to consume after dinner. The meat section is a unique sight, but an ugly sight, with questions like cleanliness, and hygiene, with the meat just hanging there, under the ambient heat, and flies. There are stores across selling dried fish, aside from dried goods. I found the dried fish overpriced, so I just bought some native chocolate for that native drink.

Its a been there done that activity. It is not actually worth the trip.
เขียนเมื่อ 19 พฤษภาคม ค.ศ. 2019
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Inspire123
383 ผลงาน
เม.ย. ค.ศ. 2018 • เดินทางคนเดียว
良い。
普通の市場だが、タガイタイは全体的に治安が良いように感じる。
ここもそうで嫌な思いをしない。
奥に、そこで焙煎しているコーヒーショップがあった。ただ、残念なことは焙煎時間の長いものしか販売していないこと。ローストしすぎのものばかりで選択の余地がない。
茹で済みピーナツを売っているお店もある。
เขียนเมื่อ 5 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2019
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Stephanlee1
แอนเจลิสซิตี, ฟิลิปปินส์1,026 ผลงาน
ก.ย. ค.ศ. 2018 • ครอบครัว
Visibly,it was a dump that lacked charm. There was debris, trash and rotting food everywhere. Everywhere you thought about parking you would be expected to pay the usual "fee".

After getting past the area that appeared to be the rubble of perhaps an old building, off to the right were the plants and herbs for sale. A fairly decent selection to be had.

The left side was the fruit and vegetable area that had rotting stuff strewn about. Yes you could get some good deals but we also found good deals at many of the stands located along many roads.

Across a small road from that was the physical use items such as t-shirts, bags, pouches and other Pasalubong items tourists get from all other touristy locations. We did not see anything unique at all.

The next building over was the meat market which was pretty extensive but as usual had the smells of not having been properly maintained. Yes there were some good deals for meat so you either need to be staying at a place with a kitchen or grill or have a ice chest to take your meat back to your final destination in proper condition.

If they could clean this place up and work on some decor and better organization so you weren't left guessing as to where you should go for what this would be a much better market. I would have loved to have found a trinket that had volcanic ash from the nearby volcano. That would have been unique.
เขียนเมื่อ 10 กันยายน ค.ศ. 2018
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Melchor C
24 ผลงาน
ก.ค. ค.ศ. 2018 • เพื่อนๆ
As many travellers to Tagaytay have said before, a trip to Tagaytay is not complete without a stop-over at Mahogany Market. We were having our company planning session with our office mates in nearby Amadeo, Cavite last July, when we decided to drop by Mahogany Market in Tagaytay for our lunch. It's been almost 5 years since I set foot again on Mahogany Market and oh my... things have really changed in Mahogany Market ... for the better. Since our budget-conscious group was looking for a good place to have our fill of "bulalo" (the flavorful soup made from Batangas beef shank and marrow bones), without emptying our pockets, we proceeded to the 2nd floor of the meat section of Mahogany Market. This is the Mahogany Market version of its "food court". This is supposed to be "the place" for freshly-cooked affordable "bulalo". We were not disappointed.The place was clean and lined by food stalls offering Filipino food specialties including the 2 Batangas food staples: "bulalo" and "crispy tawilis" (small freshwater fish found only in nearby Taal Lake), just the right food to give warmth to the body while enjoying the cool weather of Tagaytay. The place was teeming with hungry tourists who were comfortably seated in several wooden tables positioned in front of the eateries, with each table topped with a big bunch of "señorita" bananas (the small banana variety found in Cavite which is known for their extraordinarily sweet taste, soft creamy flesh, and very thin skin). The bananas are free and so is freshly brewed coffee, made from "barako" coffee beans (a strong coffee made from Liberica coffee beans), just to whet the appetite. Since our group of 12 people were all tired and hungry, we managed to finish the bowls of "bulalo", "crispy tawilis", and tons of hot steaming rice in no time, with native vinegar, "Siling Labuyo" (small chili peppers native to the Philippines), and "Calamansi" (Philippine lime) on the side. After that "feel happy" lunch, we went down to the ground floor of Mahogany Market to buy some goodies like dried fish of various varieties (including dried "tawilis"), salted eggs, watermelon, and native sweets like the native "bandi" (disc-shaped sweetened peanuts), to be eaten or to be brought home as "pasalubong" (take-home gifts). Fresh beef can be bought at Mahogany Market at relatively lower prices. The beef sold here are so fresh that they really look and smell fresh, no doubt about it. You can see beef being delivered every half hour and buyers, including tourists, flock to the stalls to buy freshly-butchered beef. "Bulalo"... food items... fresh beef... That's not all that Mahogany Market has to offer. The street on the back or the northern side of Mahogany Market is lined with vendors selling plants, particularly fruit seedlings which are a goldmine for tourists who are fond of growing trees and plants for their home gardens. I had some interesting finds: jackfruit, grapes, mangoes, lychees, rambutan, longan, oranges, etc. I told one of the vendors to reserve some dwarf lychee seedlings for me when I come back. The visit to Mahogany Market took around 2 hours but it was worth the time. Despite the long travel time from Manila ,I would definitely come back next time to Tagaytay, but this time with my family and yes... visit Mahogany Market. Cheers!
เขียนเมื่อ 28 สิงหาคม ค.ศ. 2018
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epcab
Queens, นิวยอร์ก195 ผลงาน
ส.ค. ค.ศ. 2018 • ครอบครัว
Rambutan P300 Mangosteen & Lansones P1400 Tawilis P300 pastillas P100 - You’ll go crazy coming here. Definitely recommend visiting when in Tagaytay.
เขียนเมื่อ 21 สิงหาคม ค.ศ. 2018
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Ian Stephen T
Marikina, ฟิลิปปินส์19 ผลงาน
ก.ค. ค.ศ. 2018 • ครอบครัว
A trip to Tagaytay is not complete without a trip to this market. Fruits in season and beef is cheaper here. We bought 9 kilos of langka (jackfruit) for 'pakyaw' price of P220.00, avocado is at P30.00/kilo and several other fruits that I can't remember the price. A vendor even sold me a huge cleaver knife for only 300.00, without me haggling for a discount. The new market is clean, but parking space is a bit of a problem.
เขียนเมื่อ 10 กรกฎาคม ค.ศ. 2018
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