We were lucky enough to be treated to lunch at Sonya's Garden. The restaurant is fashioned a lot like a greenhouse (but no, we were not baking inside) with pots of plans lined on the rear area. I have gone there a couple of times back and it is always a feast for the senses. My eyes were soothed by the naturally green interiors, the plants maintained a cool breeze in the closed space, the staff played soft music, food smells and tastes great.
I got wind of news that the restaurant is quite strict about its dietary image, such that one is not allowed to drink Coke along with the meal, and the staff will most likely take it away if you brought one out. On the other hand, if you hold a wedding reception and request to serve lechon, they may allow it.
I am reminded again of my affair with chandeliers
For a description of Sonya's menu, you may view it here. Below are the photos of what we had for lunch.
First course: The greens. Quote of the day: "Ayan na ang damo." Hahaha!
Second portion: bread spreads (came with warm bread)
We had salmon for our viand
Dessert selections pieces:
I wasn't able to go around the garden that everyone raves about because at that point of the day, most of my blood was being used in my stomach for digestion, which meant there was no oxygen in my brain, and thus its beauty will not register anyway.
Barangay Buck Estate
Alfonso, Cavite, Philippines
(near the vicinity of Tagaytay City, Philippines)
Call for reservations! 63 917 532 9097 or 63 917 533 5140