Saturday, July 23, 2016

Lunch Visit at Sonya’s Garden

Sonya’s Garden is one of the most popular bed and breakfast areas in Cavite.  It is located at Alfonso, though some people would think it’s at Tagaytay.  We already visited the place sometime last year, toured it, and were able to taste their famous Hispanic bread.  After that visit, we vowed to go back to Sonya’s Garden again.

So when the perfect time came, we went to Sonya’s Garden and have our lunch buffet.  We went there as walk-ins and luckily they were able to accommodate us.

The dining area for guests is like a big green house.  It has a rustic feel with wooden furniture.  Sonya’s Garden serves organic food for lunch buffet.  

After we were seated, a big bowl of fresh salad was served to our table.  It is complete with different choices of toppings that you can opt to try or not.  Drinks were also served (I forgot if its dalandan or orange juice).

Salad includes flowers.  It is edible! J

There are few choices of food.  Some are served as an eat-all-you-can buffet where you go the buffet table and get your food. 

Salmon Belly and Pasta.
Two types of pasta sauce (sun dried tomato and chicken cream with mango).
Shitake Mushroom and Ratatouille.
Dessert: Sweet Potato and Turon (Banana rolls).

Freshly cooked bread with various spreads was served within the meal.  This got to be one of the best tasting bread I had.  And the anchovy spread was the best partner for it.

Freshly cooked bread with different spreads to choose from.  

After eating, a slice of chocolate cake and a cup of Tarragon tea were served to each guest.  I don’t have a picture of the cake as Neo gladly finished it the moment the server put it in our table. 

We toured the place again after eating.  The greens and beautiful scenery never fails to put a relaxing smile on my face. 

Strolling silently because the area is a quiet zone.

All the foods served to us were organic.  And by organic, it means that not all foods were tasty – but it also means that all foods served were healthy.  If you’re looking for a relaxing way to eat and detox, Sonya’s Garden is the place for you.  But don’t forget to shop at their Panaderia for Hispanic Bread as a treat before you go home – as we did J

The little boy took this photo. 

Rates for lunch during weekend Php683.  Kids are charged half the price.

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