Food & Travel

The Travelling Table: Returning to Antonio’s

By franco on 11 June, 2008

First Courses at Antonio's
from top left, clockwise
Cured Ox Tongue Carpaccio, Watermelon Calamansi Sorbet,
Raclette with Pickled Vegetables and Fresh Mesclun Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette

How many ways can you say delicious?

Flavorful. Tasty. Appetizing, Yummy. Luscious. Delectable. Mouth-watering. Scrumptious. Delightful. Lovely. Wonderful. Savory. Pleasant. Enjoyable. Appealing. Enchanting. Charming. First Class. First Rate. Superior. Excellent. Fabulous. Orgasmic. Good. Great.

I say Antonio’s.

Entrees and Dessert at Antonio's
from top left, clockwise
Crispy Deboned Lamb Ribs with Garlic Egg Noodle, Flourless Chocolate Cake

Roasted Duck Breast with Braised Red Cabbage, Spicy Felchlin Chocolate Ice Cream with Fresh Marshmallow

I’ll get out of the way and let the pictures speak for themselves. And to answer your question– yes, it is as good as it looks. Delicious, in fact.

I shall stop now before I hurt myself.

Antonio’s
Barangay Neogan
Tagaytay City, Cavite
Telephone: (046)
413 0975 or (046) 413 1054
Celphone: (0917) 899 2866
Email: antoniosfarm@yahoo.com

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  • JUNE 12, 2008 3:58 AM

    Lori said...

    I like the way you handled this post. And the photos are impressive.

  • JUNE 12, 2008 4:54 AM

    Franco said...

    Thanks Lori. Actually, I started writing but I started to sound like a raving groupie. It was embarassing. :)

    I literally ran out words for "delicious". For the record, I am a huge fan of Chef Tonyboy.

  • JUNE 13, 2008 2:31 AM

    Sherra said...

    Oh my, those photos made me want to head to Antonio's right now. The last time I went there was last year to celebrate Father's Day (which is coming this sunday again :-). I must agree, you'll simply lost for gustatory words to describe how wonderful Antonio's dining experience can be.

  • JUNE 15, 2008 1:12 PM

    Franco said...

    Hi Sherra. I love Antonio's. But I guess that pretty obvious. :)

  • JUNE 24, 2008 12:53 PM

    margaux said...

    antonio's has never failed me. it's still one of my favorite restaurants to this day. breakfast or fining dining!

  • JULY 8, 2008 5:35 AM

    chinkee said...

    I haven't been to Antonio's in a while, partly because of the mixed reviews I've been reading in food blogs. It really is one of my favorites, not only because of the food, but also for all the nice memories I associate with that place. Good to know that its still as good as I remember it:-)

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