Breakfast at Antonio's: "Worth waking up for!" Antonios Tip by haikugirlmanila
Antonios, Tagaytay: 7 reviews and 21 photos
Tell me, is it worth to haul your butt out of bed at 6 am and drive up a good hour (sans traffic) from Makati to Tagaytay just to have breakfast? Yes, indeedy!
Breakfast at Antonio's is the more homely, less snotty, all-day breakfast restaurant of Antonio's. It features the best in Pinoy breakfasts as well good versions of intercontinental ones. The house special is the Eggs Benedict, but I actually prefer the oatmeal waffle with bacon. Yes, there is such a thing as a healthier waffle! at P220 you get a really thick crispy waffle filled with morsels of honeycured bacon and topped with whipped unsalted butter. Yum yum.
Or if you want to go all pinoy, I suggest you try the Chorizo breakfast which has a delicate blend of garlic and spices that make you hungry for more rice! Hmm, deadly for dieters, but it is absolute heaven on my taste buds.
Favorite Dish: I'm really pinoy-at-heart. So if you're like me, I suggest you try the Chorizo breakfast which has a delicate blend of garlic and spices that make you hungry for more rice! Hmm, deadly for dieters, but it is absolute heaven on my taste buds.
Wash it off with good Batangas Brew Houseblend coffee and you may end up driving back to Manila scratching your belly!
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: Bagong Tubig, Tagaytay City. If you're heading to Nasugbu, it's at your left.
Phone: (046) 413-0975.
Price: less than US$10
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