For the bucket list
Of course, Antonio’s will always be known for being the original fine dining restaurant. And while the success of Balay Dako and Breakfast and Antonio’s are indisputable, the experience at Antonio’s itself is one to put on the bucket list. White, black, wood, and royal purple fuse European refinement with the charm of an old Filipino house. Even though the restaurant has expanded over the past years, the style still remains distinct and graced — with good assurance, as everything from food suppliers to furniture pieces to plants and trees are handpicked by Chef Tony Boy Escalante himself.
Aside from being just as picturesque in its own respect, there is obviously the food to look forward to, as well. And at Antonio’s, where three other courses accompany your entree set, there definitely won’t be much empty room in your stomach left afterwards.
Regardless of price comparisons with the other Antonio’s restaurants, none can dispute that the original fine dining experience is one worth trying. For your next out-of-town adventure, why not treat yourself and feel classy? You’ll get great pictures and wedding inspiration out of it, too.
Organic Greens Bleu d’Auvergne, Peppered Granola, Raspberry Vinaigrette
Grilled Spiced Lamb Chops with Goat Cheese Mayo (P2000, inclusive of soup, salad, and dessert)
Dark Chocolate Soufflé with Cardamom Cremé Anglaise
Each its own rustic getaway, an Antonio’s restaurant is all about not just food of great quality, but a great place you’d wanna eat it in. If you’re going to dine, you might as well dine in style. And every time one plans a Tagaytay itinerary, there is always a gamble of new establishments, but the assurance of the classic; at any place of Antonio’s, you rest well, knowing you’ll be well taken care of.
+63.917.899.2866 / +63.918.899.2866
Breakfast at Antonio’s
7am – 9pm
E. Aguinaldo Highway (Tagaytay-Nagsugbu Highway), Barangay Bagong Tubig, Tagaytay City
Lanai Lounge at Antonio’s
11am – 11pm
11am – 1pm / 5:30pm – 8pm (reservation required)
Purok 138, Purok 138, Barangay Neogan, Tagaytay City
11am – 9pm from Monday-Thursday & Sunday / 11am – 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays
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