Congratulations to Chef Tony Boy Escalante’s for being recognized by the Miele Guide as Asia’s Top 10 Restaurant! I’m happy for him because I voted for him as my number #1 restaurant in the Philippines. The Miele Guide launched last October 31, Friday in the Miele Guide Gala Dinner held at Grand Hyatt Singapore. You can buy your copy online at the Miele Shop for $15 + Shipping $.
OAP Related Links About Antonio’s Fine Dining Restaurant
1. Nothing beats an Antonio’s Dinner @ Tagaytay!
This is my very first post last February 2006. Read this first because I shared the entire menu of Antonio’s in that post.
2. Breakfast @ Antonio’s “Halfway House”
A few months later, I wrote about Antonio’s Breakfast which has now move to the original Antonio’s fine dining restaurant.
3. Antonio’s, Tagaytay — Still the Best
When my brother was looking for a wedding reception venue, I took shots of the facade, ambiance and entire surrounding last April 2007. You might want to check this out if you are planning to attend a wedding here.
4. Top 10 Awesome Restaurants of the Philippines
In September 2007, I wrote an article in Sunday Inquirer Magazine and named Antonio’s Fine Dining as one of the Top 10 Awesome Restaurants in the Philippines!
5. Antonio’s – Asia’s Top 10 Restaurant by Miele Guide
Antonio’s is recognized as one of the top 20 restaurants in Asia!
Here is the excerpt from the Miele Guide Website:
10. Antonio’s Fine Dining
Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines
” Standing for over five years now, Antonio’s menu has proven to be as spoon-worthy as its ambience is swoon-worthy. It has consistently been considered among the top five restaurants in the Philippines and a favourite for proposals and intimate weddings. Chef Antonio Escalante’s commitment to fine cuisine remains strong. A la carte ordering is simple enough although the pre fixe menu may prove a little tricky as it allows guests a mix and match of salads and desserts with select entrees. Don’t skip the salads as Tagaytay offers the best greens in and around Metro Manila. Duck has also been known to steal the show, especially the duck confit in Grand Marnier beurre blanc or the roasted duck breast served with foie gras. The service here at Antonio’s is excellent. The wait is never long and within minutes you are seated, handed a menu and offered the restaurant’s signature dalandan juice. “ – Miele Guide Asia’s Top 20
Call Antonio’s Restaurant at +63918-899-2866 for reservations!
Congratulations to Charee Guico of Quezon City, Philippines for winning in the Miele Guide Lucky Draw! She won a dinner for two at Iggy’s, the top ranked restaurant in Singapore, and two nights stay in one of Asia’s most luxurious hotels, the Grand Hyatt Singapore!
May You Live an Awesome Life,
Text and Photos by Anton Diaz. Copyright 2008.
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