Clockwise: One of the many dinning halls, Steak Tartare, Pumpkin or Squash Soup, Panna Cotta with Vanilla, Caramel and Chocolate Notes, Sorbet, House mesclun salad with blue cheese and Raspberry Vinaigrette dressing, Crispy Deboned Lamb Ribs.
One restaurant that never fails me is Antonio’s. A lot has been written about the restaurant and its chef-owner Tony Boy Escalante and recently, it was named the 5th top restaurant in Asia by the Miele Guide. It is in fact the only Philippine restaurant included on their Top 20 list for 2010/2011, sharing the stage with Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore on the top 5.
Most trips to Tagaytay would entail a sumptuous meal at Antonio’s, whether it be dinner or lunch. Lovely food from starter to dessert, great service, throw in a welcoming ambience and you get an experience worth every buck each time. Never fails.
Useful Info:Antonio’s Bgy. Neogan Tagaytay City, Cavite (0918) 899-2866
7 thoughts on “Antonio’s”
is this where you’re dining this weekend? enjoy the weekend.
i have heard so much about this place.
What a beautiful mosaic. I would love to know what program you use to make your mosaics with. The circle adds a lot.
Hi Carol… thanks! I used a template of Jessica Sprague. Added the photos and texts using photoshop. Hope this helps.
Hi there this is my first time joining in with Monday Mosaic and I am now hopping around viewing all the wonderful blogs that join in. It looks like you are a great traveller from your blog.
oh yes, the food and ambiance at Antonio’s are unforgettable.:p i was invited here a few years ago…impressed, i brought a foreign client here for dinner and he was hooked.:p
Hummm cela donne envie 😉
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