March 17, 2014

Antonio’s Tagaytay

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  • Antonio’s is one of the French restaurants tucked hidden in Tagaytay. It provides remarkably satisfying dishes in the Philippines.

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    Antonio’s was originally a farmhouse before it was renovated to become a restaurant. Its interior emits a profound feeling and its dazzling terrace is surrounded with verdure; its pond, decorated with teeming flowers.

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    Aside from its dream-like architecture, Antonio’s food is known for using organic vegetables, creating a one of a kind French menu.

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    Suggestions:
    A special day with your family or friends

    Atmosphere:
    Peaceful ambiance, surrounded by greeneries

    Budget:
    P1,800

    Course Menu:
    P1, 200- P1, 800

    Recommended Menu:
    We recommend all of its main courses.

                 
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