Sol Café at Terrazas de Punta Fuego

Turon de Ube with Sweetened Banana {₱225}

I think that it’s just right to start this post with dessert. Served hot and the perfect way to end our lunch was this deep fried ube wrapped in lumpia wrapper. Complemented by the caramelized sugar candy on top. I reminded myself that I am on a diet and is cutting back on sweets. I took a bite of the ube, didn’t mind that I could burn my tongue because it was fresh from the frying pan, followed by a piece of the candy— and felt my resistance melting away. I knew I had to give in to this dessert.

After all, this is the best part of our meal at the Sol Cafe At the Terrazas de Punta Fuego.

Terrazas de Punta Fuego is an enclave of the Punta Fuego Resorts, a world-class residential beach resort located in the heart of Nasugbu, Batangas.

It was four hours away from Manila but since I am a slow newbie driver and I had a couple of stopovers {read: Starbucks}, I got it in 6 hours. Not to mention the foggy road in Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway where in I had to drive really slow. This is where my long weekend went.

Calamares {₱365}

We very much had a light lunch in mind so we ordered a couple of appetizers. This crispy and tender calamares is one of them.

I so very much wanted to pair it with the Fruit and Nut Salad that I ordered but never came. I guess they overlooked it but they had no reason to because there weren’t a lot of customers at that time.

Oh well, the sights made up for the lousy service….. They had an amazing swimming pool and the ambience at the cabanas are captivating. {More of those at soon}

Buffalo Chicken Wings {{₱265}

This is the other appetizer I’m taking about. I was craving for this three days before the trip so when I had the chance to eat one, I did. The menu said it came with a garlic dip, as with any other buffalo wings but it didn’t have any when it was served, I had to ask for it. What was nice, though, is the waiter promptly gave me one when I asked.

Lychee Shake {₱150} & Green Mango Shake {₱150}

Margherita Pizza {₱365}

This is what happens when you don’t read the menu. When I ordered Margherita Pizza, I was expecting basil leaves & tomato slices topping the pizza like there’s no tomorrow. Apparently, the menu at Sol Cafe only says tomato, onion and mozzarella cheese. I should’ve ordered Diabola or Vegetarian instead because I love how thin and crispy the crust was.

Check out our day tour here: Terrazas de Punta Fuego

Sol Cafe
Terrazas de Punta Fuego
Nasugbu, Batangas

Never miss a recipe

Get updates on your inbox, 100% spam-free
You May Also Like

19 Responses

  1. That is one of the main benefits of going to cool resorts with fine dining restaurants — you get introduced to nouveau cuisine and stunning desserts. I’m captivated by your lead photo — the ube turon and sweetened saba!

  2. i love the presentation of the ube turon with sweetened banana, 🙂 the caramelized candy mahirap gawin yan malagkit kasi and nakakapaso, ano kaya technique? hehe the buffalo wings looks juicy and delish and the place is beautiful,

  3. What a cute cafe and I want to drink up the lychee shake! Everything looks delicious here. I love the group photo especially the little girl. She’s a cutie!

  4. Such a charming place…all the dishes and drinks look awesome…I sure would love to try the lychee and the mango shake…
    Hope you are having a nice week 🙂

  5. Oh my! That turon ube and sweet banana are presented in a fancy way! I am starting to miss the nice Pinoy desserts we have back home! Thanks for sharing about their service. It’s good to note that so we don’t have to drive all the way to Nasugbu only to be disappointed by the service despite of the good food and ambiance. Lovely pictures by the way!!!

    Ria C

  6. Hi Peeps! Does anyone here interested to invest on a residential beach property here in Terrazas de Punta Fuego? Let me know so that I can answer your queries… Thank you and God bless.

    Jonathan Ramos
    property consultant
    Landco Pacific Corp.

  7. quite interesting foods and the lychee shake? never had one and would love to try, hopefully i’ll be able to visit that place the next time we visits PI

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Hi, Peachy here!

I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →






my photos on delishbook