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Antonios Fine DiningDecember 4, 2005 Sunday

Antonio's Fine Dining

The first time I ate at Antonio's in June was a pleasurable dining experience. I'm glad I got an invite to be there again for Mimsy's birthday dinner treat for her family. If all their offerings are as good as my Antonio's Trio, I couldn't wait 'til I immerse my taste buds again into Antonio's other culinary marvels.

Getting Lost
It would have taken an hour's trip from Vistamar to Antonio's in Tagaytay, but not being familiar with the route, we ended up in Nasugbu. The trip took us 2 hours and 15 minutes instead. Needless to say, we were terribly late and hungry.

What the Others Ordered
Food presentation at Antonio's is an art form. The visual feast is already a gastronic foreplay unto itself. Curious and fascinated, I took a closer look at what the others ordered:

What followed was a sumptuous meal fit for a king and queen.

Where Next?
Everyone being familiar with Lolo Dad's fine dining, the curious question around the table was
'...where do you eat next? Lolo Dad's or Antonio's?'.
Antonio's won hands-down. The man takes the cake. I hope he gets to eat it too.

--- TheLoneRider

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