Marcia Adams’ restaurant, Tagaytay city

The ambiance in Marcia Adams is hard to beat.  The location isn’t difficult to find if you have waze. Otherwise I would suggest you download waze and find your way to this beautiful location. Its a great place if you don’t mind spending a bit more than your usual budget, plus the food is great. They home grow their own vegetables and serve their own home made bread.

Price: The price to pay is Php 700 which comes with an appetizer, a main course and one dessert. For other extras such as ginger beer or starters and some special deserts and meals you just have to add over that.


Starters: The Tzatziki with Pita or Tortilla is the one on the right and the Hummus with Tortilla is the one of the left. Both were really good but I preferred the Hummus with the Tortilla.

Main Course: We went for three very different dishes. The one on the upper left hand corner is the Ai Funghi (Pasta with mixed fresh mushrooms, basil and garlic), To its left is the Chicken Kebab in Cumin and Yoghurt and the one below was the Grilled aromatic pork.

Recommendations: The pork chop was DELICIOUS, but was it big! Too big that we all had to share the rest of it.

Dessert: And for dessert heres what we had, The panna cotta with lemon jelly, josh had an ice cream and below is the Fried bananas with dark chocolate dip.

For a full food list you could check out Munchpunch Marcia Adams Tuscany.

I think that this would be a great place for prenups and photoshoots as well as its good food and great ambiance. First you see it you won’t even recognise that it is a restaurant rather it just looks like a very beautiful garden with a very nice view. Inside is where all the magic unfolds. The beautiful seats, interiors and arrangements, it was as if Pinterest blew up in the place and created Marcia Adams. Every corner and every nook was designed with something simple and pretty.

After our late lunch we went for a little walk around the location. We also got to meet the husband of Marcia Adams.

If you’re looking for a more budget friendly place than Antonios here in Tagaytay. Marcia Adams will be a good reason to come up to the city in the sky. I would suggest you text for a reservation if you are coming on a weekend. ❤ Enjoy the view and the food!

Antonio’s, Tagaytay

Antonio’s is definitely the best restaurant that I have eaten in here in the Philippines. After a 2 hour drive to Tagaytay, my Dad treated us to whats known as to be part of the top 50 restaurants in Asia, known for its great service and good food. It was my first and best long lunch.

Outside Antonios. It is like a household converted into a restaurant. Tons of nice pictures and statues inside the house.

Outside Antonios. It is like a household converted into a restaurant. Tons of nice pictures and statues inside the house.

The quality of food was exceptional. We got the truffle baked oysters as recommended by my dads friend. Their oysters are flown every morning from Negros because the chef is from Bacolod. The waiters were top class and knew everything there was to know about the food they were serving. If you ask them to show you the ingredient, they will even bring it to you to show at your table. All you need to do is pick and Entree and it comes with everything such as the salad and soup. I could not describe to you how impressed I was about everything.


Truffle baked oysters for a starter. Wow it was so good, did not taste at all like the sea. You could tell that they use good oysters.


Fresh organic salad with rosemary. Very light and had good flavors.


My mom had the Roasted duck breast, Php 1800. And it was topped with pan seared foie gras with braised red cabbage, mashed potatoes, mixed berries and chilean cabernet sauvignon jus.


Ravioli Veal Cheek, Goat cheese and mint Php 1450. This is what I ordered and it was served with creamed tartufo. It was so soft and just enough to make me full.

I won`t be showing everything that we had here in Antonio`s. I will just be giving a good preview of the things that I like that we had. Here are my favorite desserts. Which also came together as a set meal with the entree, the soup, salad and also with a choice of coffee or tea.


Dark Chocolate Souffle with Cardamom Creme Anglaise, This was what my dad ordered. It was heavenly.


Lime Panna Cotta with Citrus Broth. This is by far the best panna cotta that I have ever had. I don`t think that I can see panna cotta in any other way anymore.

I have nothing much to say about the place because the pictures speak more than what I could say. I hope that you could all schedule and reserve a lunch there. It would cost you about Php 2000-3000 per person at least but I will tell you that it will be very much worth your experience.


Facebook them at: Antonio`s Tagaytay