December 30, 2014

Breakfast at Antonio’s

Whenever we go to Caleruega, we always passed by Breakfast at Antonio’s because it is just located along Aguinaldo hi-way. I noticed that the parking is always full so I was really curious to try their food. Aside from that I’ve been reading a lot of good reviews but I’m also aware that the price is not affordable.

Last Christmas we were in Tagaytay for early mass so I suggested to my husband that we eat our breakfast at Breakfast at Antonio’s after the church service. Past 8AM we’re on our way to the restaurant and good thing there was no traffic yet. 



We went inside the restaurant looking for table but the staff informed us to wait at the waiting area. My husband registered and we waited for our turn. I don’t understand because there are so many available tables and it took us so long to be seated. It is first come, first serve basis. 



While waiting, I checked the bakeshop where you can buy breads, jams, cakes and many more for pasalubong or take out. But I did not buy anything because we still have brownies and desserts at home. 



After 30 minutes, the staff called my husband’s name and ushered us to our table, which is best place in the restaurant. Our table is beside the large windows covered with screen where natural light and gentle wind comes in. #anglamig 

Since it was our first time it took us so long to browse the menu, we ordered Housemade Pork Sausage P375, Golden Waffle P205, Housemade Sliced Bacon P375 and brewed coffee P180 (refillable). 



They served the coffee together with three types of sugar and milk. If you are not coffee drinker, I guess the P180 cup of coffee is not worth it. My husband just finished two cups of coffee. 



The Golden Waffle was served with maple syrup and butter, a simple meal for a price of P205 + 10 SC. Nothing special in their waffle. 



My Housemade Pork Sausage was served with hash brown, housemade toast and two eggs cooked depending on your preference. I chose scrambled egg. 



The Housemade Sliced Bacon was served with two eggs and rice. 



I was glad because we enjoyed our meal, honestly I wasn’t able to finish my food, I was already full after eating half of everything. I tried my husband’s bacon and I proved that it is really housemade, di siya kalasa ng mga nabibili sa grocery. 

Except for the coffee and waffle, you will understand why the meal is on pricey side. The food is not just an ordinary meal + the atmosphere of the restaurant, ang sarap lang magbreakfast. I can say that it is still worth the experience.

Breakfast at Antonio’s 
Aguinaldo Highway, 
Barangay Bagong Tubig 4120 
Tagaytay, Philippines 
(046) 413 0738 
7AM to 9PM daily

9 comments:

  1. Last time parang posk sausage din yung order ko. Their pizza and pasta are also yummy.

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  2. The last time I was here was several years back. At the time na sa P200+ ata per meal, ngayon pala halos P400 na.

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    1. Ang laki pala ng tinaas. :) You need to spend P500-600 for one meal + drinks + SC per person. Quite pricey for breakfast meal.

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  3. It looks good but it does seem overpriced. If it is home made then probably it makes it worth your while. Thanks for sharing it has piqued my interest.

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  4. The sausage and bacon look yummy but seeing the prices, it really is a bit expensive for a breakfast meal. Good thing you guys still enjoyed the experience :)

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    1. Yes, expensive for breakfast meal. Charge to experience na lang, it was Christmas so we have reason to splurge a little bit. :)

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  5. I love Breakfast at Antonio's! Definitely a must-try restaurant when you're in Tagaytay. Thank you for sharing. :)

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