This is the facade of the main house for Breakfast at Antonio’s in Tagaytay. The ladies in the photo are my friends who are waiting for me to catch up.
The place is filled with beautiful plants. In other words, entrance pa lang, sulit na. I’m sure my MIL would love to visit this place, knowing her love for things that can be planted and grown.
Upon entering the main door (in the first photo), guests will be greeted by these nostalgic family photos. Seriously, the first thing that came to my mind was : “I’ll do this with our old photos”. It is one thing to look back and see how it was like in the old times but to share with other people is even more fulfilling.
Guests can either choose to dine in the tables near the koi pond or at the main dining hall (hmmm… I haven’t uploaded a photo of this one, will try to look for one in the files).
What to eat?
You can choose the Breakfast Menu or the regular menu if your budget allows it. Here is sausage omelet.
For the breakfast menu, be prepared to shell out at least 500/person. For the regular menu, be prepared to multiply that amount 4 – 5 times. It’s good if you have friends or loved ones with you so you can share the food and split the bill 😉
This is what one sees on the way out.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have your butler ask for the driver to bring the vintage car park to pick you up? Haha, dream on in sepia tones. 😀
After dining, my friends and I strolled in the garden outside and saw that they have their own garden planted with herbs. There were vegetables and a coffee tree too.
I would definitely want to go back to Breakfast at Antonio’s in Tagaytay with my family.