For me, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. A not so surprising thing given that its name alone says it all – Break-fast – it breaks many hours of no food intake (since you’re sleeping) and gives you the strength to go about your daily tasks. I even have this personal thing that no breakfast means no me – I can miss lunch or dinner or both, but I simply will not function without a proper breakfast. Even people at the office know me as the breakfast girl since I like food that reminds me of it (think tapsilog, bacon).
So I was really excited to try Sonya’s breakfast menu. I’ve tried their lunch/dinner menu many times but I was only able to haul my sleepy body there last August (fine, I was only able to go there since we stayed overnight in Tagaytay).
I made reservations for ten people since I was treating my side of the family for breakfast and had the Filipino breakfast.
Dessert consisted of fresh ripe mangoes with edible flowers on top:
For drinks we had bottomless homemade hot chocolate and coffee. I don’t know what type of chocolate they used – my papa said it tasted like cashew nuts (yes, you can grind fresh cashew seeds and make chocolates out of them) but it was perfect.
I still have to taste their continental breakfast, though; they also have set menu but only for guests of twenty or more so I guess it’ll be awhile before I get to taste that.
Breakfast buffet is at Php 427 per person. Not bad – it’s buffet after all and nothing beats Pinoy breakfast served sit-down style in a garden setting.