Perfect Day @ Antonio's Tagaytay

I was hesitant to blog about Antonio's because it will just starve me. But here it is anyway, and I made sure I'm full so I won't salivate while typing and posting the photos. I love everything about Antonio's, from the breezy air of Tagaytay, the rustic old Spanish ambiance, the scrumptious food up to the last crumb. I will definitely go back to Antonio's!

Their menu consists of a 3-set-course meal. Let's start with the salad. I would like to believe that the ingredients came from their backyard. That's how fresh their salad is. (Ooops, no photo for this yet. Sorry!)

It was followed by a creamy soup, then the main course. Bryan tried the Antonio's Trio, which has three variants of steak.

I am not into beef and pork, so I dig in to the Seafood Sampler.

 At this point, Bryan and I are already full, thanks to the refreshing dalandan juice which I almost gulped straight even before the main course was served. A half karaf is good for 2 persons. Bry observed that the ice cubes were made of dalandan too, maybe that's why the juice was bursting with flavor. 

What's a meal without a dessert? I was intrigued with the Flourless Chocolate Cake (flourless means less calories, right?) so I chose it, while the hubby enjoyed his Dark Chocolate Souffle with Cardamon Creme Anglaise.
Flourless chocolate cake. I still don't have copies of the other food photos. They're all saved on my husband's smartphone. 
Antonio's, with all its good service, romantic set-up and extremely good food, travel to Tagaytay is just so worth it.

I am wearing an animal print maxi dress from Details, shoes from Janilyn and satchel bag from Cole Vintage. Don't you just love the black and white tiled floor?

P.S: This is our advance celebration on our third wedding anniversary last January 17. I am still raving about it until now, that I impulsively decided to have our intimate renewal of vows here few years from now--I promise I will. :)


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