Brunch at Antonio’s Tagaytay

Posted on: September 24, 2012

The thing about dining early in quiet, secluded restaurants is that you get a sense of “privacy”. It’s not that we needed it but the sense of having the place to ourselves did not make us complain either. Antonio’s Restaurant was truly worth the long drive. And you know what long drives mean — expect a crazy, excited appetite.

last-friday-12All in all, it was a good experience. The food was good, the servers were very polite and accommodating, and the place was absolutely perfect for our anniversary date. It’s a “must-try” and one of the definite “go-to’s” when in Tagaytay, wheteher celebrating something or not. *smiles*

More on Antonio’s: They serve breakfast all day from 7am-4pm {Antonio’s Breakfast} with a separate menu. Come 11:30am – 2pm, lunch is served while dinner is from 5-8:30pm. The restaurant is closed on Mondays. Better to call ahead for reservations.  Don’t worry, they’re nice.




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