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Timeless Homemade Filipino Recipes at Sartin

Timeless Homemade Filipino Recipes at Sartin

"Being the next food hotspot, Tagaytay is a perfect location because of its picturesque views and cool climate. That is why Sartin decided to open its first F&B operations management in Summit Ridge Tagaytay. Josiah's Hospitality Management focused on hotels management, food and beverage operations for hotels and resorts guarantees food lovers to experience world-class taste of Josiah's great-tasting dishes and excellent service" says Jasper Versoza, Chief Operating Officer of Josiah's Catering Inc.

Josiah's & Summit Ridge Management Team
For more than two decades, Sartin inspired by three generations of families from three distinct hometowns - Quezon, Bacolod and Tarlac. Offers homemade Filipino dishes with authentic flavors prepared in traditional way but with a modern twist. Good food has a way of bringing families together - Sartin has created this unique family history -- a story of life, love and family. 

Photo taken from @sartinph (IG)

Wondering what sartin means? 

It is cup in Tagalog. 
A term used by lolos and lolas. 

Linear patterns on their placemats and splashes of different shades of blue surrounding the establishment. They also had geometrical light fixtures that completes the 

Last June 23, 2018, they opened their doors to the public and invited their family, friends and some media partners. Sartin's team introduced their savory and delectable dishes for an afternoon of enjoyment and amazing people. 

Sartin Salad (Php 425)
Fresh vegetables from the garden. Red reddish, cucumber, lettuce, cherry tomatoes topped with kaesong put and dried squid then drizzled with pineapple vinaigrette. 

Valenciana (P495) 
Their own version of Valencia using mostly glutinous rice which was something unique since it had a stickier texture. Personally prefer the mix of long grain rice with less glutinous rice. 

Lechon na Ulo ng Baboy (P949)
It came with three kinds of sauces. You can wrap the crispy meat in pita wrap add any of the sauces to suit your taste.

Pritong Itik (P655)
Native itik stewed in herbs after which fried to give it's crispy texture. The flavors infused in the meat of itik. Dip it in vinegar to intensify the taste.

Escabeche na Isda (P635) 
A favorite dish of mine. Escabeche sauce, mango and cilantro on topped of fried fish. Sweet and sour sauce was perfectly balanced which is good with plain rice too.

Enjoyed their kakanin desserts too. These where made fresh from scratch. Classic flavors to end our meal. 

There is another reason to visit Tagaytay not only for bulalo but some home-cooked food with welcoming and friendly staff. Their serving portion are mostly family size ideal for sharing. I'm pretty sure you and your family will come out full and their tummies happy. 

You'll certainly feel at home at Sartin. 

To know more about Josiah's Catering and its new venture checkout their website or call (+632) 475 2703. 


Summit Ridge Hotel, Km. 58 Gen. Aguinaldo Highway, Maharlika West, Tagaytay City
(02) 240 6816
Monday-Sunday 11:00AM-10:00PM

Sartin Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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