Our itinerary included the Mahogany Market and Bag of Beans. But first stop: Antonio’s.
The first time I went to Breakfast at Antonio’s, I was with hub and the kids. We did not eat though, only ogled at the beautiful place. LOL. I forced husband, however, to promise me we’d go back for a romantic dinner date. To date, the promise is yet to be fulfilled.
Upon entering the doors of Antonio’s, we were greeted with this wonderful anteroom that had one wall full of family pictures of, I presume, Antonio. I think this room sets the mood for the rest of the restaurant – beautiful and elegant, yet warm and welcoming.
Each corner, each room held something interesting. I loved the beautiful details in everything. Even the restrooms were interestingly beautiful…
Friends that pee together, stay together… ??? Haha!
Now on to the main business of the day: Antonio’s breakfast!
Clockwise from upper right: Rosemary Paprika Roast Chicken with Rock Salt Potato Fries (Php 830); Spaghetti Pomodoro (Php 495); Homemade Meatloaf and Eggs (Php 350. My favorite among all we ordered – yummmmmy); Mixed Seafood Tagliatelle in Allioli (php 610, was a tad too salty for my taste); Ham and Cheese Omelet with House Potato and Panini (Php 375).
Over-all I thought the the food was okay. It was not mind-blowing, but not bad either. The prices are above-average, the servings moderate. Five of us shared five dishes, and were happily full at the end of the meal.
Having breakfast in such a beautiful and well-thought restaurant is a wonderful experience. Doing it in the company of beautiful friends makes the experience priceless. 😀
After Breakfast at Antonio’s, we went to Bag of Beans for coffee and dessert, Mahogany Market for palengke-shopping, and a few other stops. Blog post/s to follow.