We all know that Breakfast at Antonio’s in Tagaytay City is getting all the buzz from its customers. Having been there myself, I have this to say: It was definitely worth the shot. Their brand alone just speaks volumes of their dedication to the art of cooking.
I only got to try out a single dish from them but I have already raved so much about it. It was their corned beef that was brined for five days and boiled for four hours. The said processes resulted to the meat being extra tender. It was well seasoned and the taste would excite your palate.
Their mini hot chocolate is addictive, I am just not sure if their serving them in small quantities was intentional to keep the customers wanting for more. If that’s the case, then I’d say that their strategy was effective on me. This dark chocolate had a nice touch of sweetness to it, with a good balance of milk.
I also liked the crunchiness of their chocolate chip waffle. It was buttery and tasted strongly of chocolate. It was good on its own that there’s no need to put syrup on it.
One might assume that Breakfast at Antonio’s mango crepe is just a typical crepe, but on the contrary, it isn’t. It was well put together, with the freshest ripe mango, you can actually tell that there was so much passion exerted in creating it.
For only Php30, I got to taste their crinkles. I felt as if it could have been made better, but nonetheless, eating it just made me feel like a kid all over again.