July 15, 2021

Sonya’s Garden Panederia

Since we live in South Luzon, Tagaytay is one of our favorite getaway places if we want to unwind or if we want to eat. There are several restaurants that we had tried, we frequently visited and some are still on our bucket list. Sonya’s Garden is one of the places that we never forget to stop by if ever we are in Tagaytay or Nasugbu area, sinasadya namin ito sa Alfonso, Cavite. 

We usually drop by at Sonya’s Garden not because we want to eat at their restaurant but we like buying bread, dried fish, and vegetables at their store. It is like a one-stop place kasi na ang dami pwede gawin. Our visit is not complete without buying Hispanic bread at their Panederia. 

After several months, we went back to Sonya’s Garden after our foodtrip at Surugin Ramen House last weekend. Unfortunately, our favorite Hispanic Bread is not available, naubusan kami so para hindi sayang ang punta namin, we bought other bread. We ordered Sesame Bread PHP170, Malunggay Pandesal PHP170, and Cinnamon Raisin Loaf PHP170

Sonya’s Garden improved their packaging, before kasi nasa plastic lang at least ngayon nakabox na so presentable siya kung gusto mo ipampasalubong. But of course, there is also a price increase because as far as I can remember, last December PHP200 lang Hispanic Bread, now PHP220 na. Anyway, masarap naman kasi bread nila so worth it naman at makakain mo talaga bago pa maexpired. 

Among the bread that we bought, our favorite is Sesame Bread; ang lambot niya kasi. Sayang, one pack lang binili ko. I think this was our first time to eat malunggay bread and surprisingly, nagustuhan din namin, hindi naman malasahan na may vegetables talaga. I made malunggay pandesal burger and madami nakain anak ko.The Cinnamon Raisin Loaf tastes good also pero mas gusto namin yung ibang raisin bread na nabili namin in Tagaytay. 

You can also buy some of their products online but of course, hindi na provincial rate. :)

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