Sunday, 31 March 2013

Antonio's- Tagaytay, Philippines

Traveling to the city of Tagaytay takes less than two hours from Manila by car. It is one of the most ideal places to unwind and relax, enjoy the cool weather, experience local cuisine or just absorb the wonderful sights of this beautiful city. 


The famous Taal Volcano



Bananas are sold very cheap in Tagaytay.

Situated in the rolling hills of Tagaytay, Antonio's is hailed as one of the best fine dining restaurants in the Philippines and is the only restaurant that has consistently been ranked Top 20 in the Miele Guide.
Chef-owner Tony Boy Escalante studied in Regency Park Institute of TAFE in Adelaide, Australia then returned to Philippines to open Antonio's in 2002. They grow most of their livestock and produce and  provide some to other finer restaurants in Manila as well. This elegant restaurant housed on a beautiful one-hectare property is a must-try for foodies, it only takes one bite to know it is good! Antonio's is more than just a restaurant, it's an experience in itself.




Antonio's Organic Mesclun Salad, Bleu d'Auvegne Crumbled, Glazed Walnuts, Dried Currants and Cranberries with Raspberry Vinaigrette, Drizzled with Basil Oil
with Pan Seared Foie Gras



Soup of the Day



Crispy Deboned Lamb Ribs on Garlic Egg Noodles with Hoisin Sauce



Seafood Sampler
Steamed Chilean Sea Bass with Gratin Potato, Fish Caper Veloute, Prawns Thermidor, Pan Seared Scallops on Celleriac Mashed, Truffle Cream Sauce



Antonio's Trio
Beef Fillet on Plancha with Black Pepper Sauce
Grilled Beef Fillet with Gratinated with Cepes- Morel Black Truffle and Gratin Potato
Honey Glazed Lambloin Gratinated with Goat's Cheese



Pomery Rubbed Roasted Rack of Lamb with Cardamon Beurre Blanc, Polenta Gnocchi Potato




Dark Chocolate Soufflé w/ Cardamom Crème Anglaise



Dark Chocolate Soufflé w/ Cardamom Crème Anglaise







Antonio's
+63 (917) 899.2866 or
+63 (918) 899.2866
Purok 138, Barangay Neogan, Tagaytay City, Batangas, Philippines





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