Tagaytay's answer to Mang Inasal? Think again. Jeepney Pinoy Resto, serves food way better than your usual rice-all-you-can fancy.
For one, Jeepney is conceptualized by the same group that brought to you exquisite restaurant chain such as Cravings and hospitality art school ASHA(Asian School of Hospitality Arts). If that isn't enough to assure you of a good meal, vroom your way to Tagaytay and try it.
At Php99 with unlimited rice, I was surprised at how they forged menus for the budget-conscious dining populace at that same time maintain the quality and quantity of food.
Jeepney is located at the the Summit Ridge Promenade, a shopping complex just adjacent to Summit Ridge Hotel where I stayed at.
The interior itself is well-thought of and not just run-off-the-mill decorative highlights, hanging paper lanterns, the jeepney-designed walls reminiscent to InterContinental Hotel's Cafe Jeepney, and the wooden tables are just some to boot.
Crispy Liempo(Php99) comes with Sunny side up egg, a free Bulalo soup, the restaurant's formulation of Mang Tomas gravy, only that this is better than Mang Tomas, and an unlimited rice.
Unlike the Mang Inasal's, their Sisig Rice(Php99) has a chicharon on top, and comes along with unlimited rice.
The a la carte Bulalo(Php88) has a very tender meat and a creamy thick soup.
The reason that swept me here is the fact that all restaurants in the area are jam-packed and you know damn well that I hate crowded places(demophobic, I am).