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Sometimes, you just need an escape from the city life. What better way to do that than diving into a luxurious dining experience in Tagaytay? Everything from the atmosphere, impeccable service, and stellar food is what makes dining at Antonio’s a truly memorable experience. Prices might be expensive, but it’s worth every peso.
I highly recommend that you try their buratta salad and gruyere & portabello soufflé ✨ Their Sangria is the best! It’s not on the menu but you can request to have them made 🍷
I was amazed when I first dined at Antonio’s in Tagaytay. They had freshly picked green veggies for their salads, berry sauce for their salad dressings, and a heavenly version of Conichillo! The crunchy and indulgent exterior of the roasted suckling pig goes well with its delectable stuffing, which is made up of chutney, pearl onions, shiitake mushroom, tamarind liver sauce, and rice potato croquettes.
Reservation only! This is a bit out of the way if you’re in the city. It’s in Tagaytay (which by the way is a beautiful place to visit if you have time). The environment makes it a better lunch spot than dinner, but this has to be mentioned.
House of Lechon is one of the places known for having the best-tasting lechon in Cebu. The restaurant is famous for mixing an elegant dining experience with the most delicious and satisfying meal anybody (Filipinos or foreigners) could ask for. The interior is classy without losing that touch of native Filipino.