Like many, I love breakfast.
So it came as no surprise to a lot of people when I decided to open a restaurant that services the very best of a morning menu. Breakfast at Antonio’s is still about impeccable attention to detail in our food and service, but in a more relaxed and casual family dining atmosphere.
Breakfast at Antonio’s serves an all-day breakfast and Bistro menu designed to rouse the senses. From comforting breakfast favorites and European brunch fares to classic deli favorites and sweet treats, our heartwarming menu complements the restaurant’s relaxed and vibrant atmosphere. Freshly baked bread and homemade jams, curds, and yogurt as well as prepared meats—all these add to the restaurant’s rustic charm.
They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. At Breakfast at Antonio’s, we take this adage very seriously.
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE
Please be advised that we do not take table reservations as we have a first come first served policy.
For any other questions or concerns, please feel free to call us.
E. Aguinaldo Highway, Barangay Bagong Tubig, Tagaytay City
Monday to Sunday 7am to 9pm
046.404.6199 / +63 995.242.6732 or +63 951.132.8841
From social affairs to corporate events, Breakfast at Antonio’s offers bistro feel, and yet private setting, and always gracious service. Our staff is prepared to assist you in carefully planning your event. From customizing your menu and drink selection to preparing table settings that match your vision to managing the event itself, we make your special event even more memorable.
Private events can be booked one year in advance. For more information, please contact our Events Manager, Ms. Laarnie Alvarez, via email at LAlvarez.AGR@gmail.com or through text at 0925.706.0837 / 0917.163.8374.
For smaller gatherings, reserve the airy deck and savor the experience of private dining with
the lake and the world’s smallest volcano as your backdrop.
This covered deck which can accommodate approximately 50 guest, allows for sweeping views of the lakeshore towns of
Talisay and San Nicolas