Philippines, Wander

Dine at Cavite: Queens Strawberry Farm ~ Alfonso, Cavite

Like most Pinoys, we love to eat.  Somehow the pandemic has limited the places we can dine in because other than following the minimum health and safety protocols for eating out, we have imposed upon ourselves to be extra careful in choosing where to dine.


We only dine in at outdoor places.  Lucky for us, Cavite has a lot of outdoor dining restaurants that has delectable dishes and wonderful ambience.  Let me share to you in this mini blog-series some restaurants you can visit and dine at Cavite.


Let us start this mini blog-series with Queens Strawberry Farm.



Queens Strawberry Farm is a new restaurant located at Alfonso, Cavite.  It opened its door to the public last December 2020.  The place is huge as it is also an events place.


Upon entrance you can see the main restaurant at the right side and the strawberry farm at the left.  The main restaurant is a two-story pink-painted building, with the second floor being an open-space.  The main restaurant has a very homey feel and looks really nice and pleasing to the eyes.




There are a lot of gazebos outside the main restaurant that is perfect for outdoor dining.  We ate in one of those gazebos and chose the gazebo that is farthest from the entrance.



Since we arrived at around 5pm, we were just in time for early dinner.


Here’s the menu of Queens Strawberry Farm


We ordered the following:


Queens Salad / Php 360 – This taste good and I’m guessing organic as they grow their own strawberry and lettuce plants.


Crunchy Pork Sisig / Php 330 – This is delicious.  I’ll be back for this haha


Kare-Kare / Php 480 – This is one of our best orders here.  I love that the veggies are not soggy.


Strawberry Cheesecake / Php 200 – This taste just like the regular strawberry cheesecake in the local bakery.  I’ll be honest, I expected more.


We were happy that they did not scrimp of the serving size.  All our orders were good for 2-3 people and the serving size did not disappoint.  We were able to take home some of it.



The Queens Strawberry Farm has a small fishing village where you can catch fish and have them cook it for you at a cost.



It also has a lettuce and strawberry farm at the back area of the restaurant.



Queens Strawberry Farm follows the minimum health and safety protocol during our visit.  Temperature check were done prior to entering the premises.  There were parents who brought their children with them but was not allowed to enter and dine.



Here’s a video blog you can watch to see Queens Strawberry Farm:



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