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Sonya’s Secret Garden

Today is officially our first out of town trip together. It was just supposed to be a Tagaytay trip, but Jeff suggested we go to Sonya’s Secret Garden. My friends Camille and Randie were with us too! Super fun.

We arrived just in time for lunch. Mannn we were starving. Jeff was right. The food was great! For the price of Php600+ (I don’t remember the exact price because I didn’t pay haha), you get all these! Bottomless everything! Oye!

Calamansi juice with mint leaves.

Condiments.

Green, leafy vegetables. Haha. Salad was served first. The lettuce were very fresh and crunchy.

Bottomless salad condiments! Oh my!

Freshly baked bread. Super yummy! You can dip it to some of the condiments served for the salad such as the pesto. And they also serve kesong puti!

Eggs

My share. Round 1. 😀

Pasta was served next. They also served two sauces: tomato based and cream sauce.

Grilled salmon oh so yummy!

Pasta sauces and toppings.

Tarragon tea.

Heavenly chocolate cake! I wanna go back for this! I think this is one of their specialties. 🙂

Sweet potato. I mean, sweetened sweet potato. Or whatever. Haha.

Turon.

Besides the fact that the place serves fantastic food, the place itself was heavenly. Flower pots are everywhere. They also have a spa and a bed and breakfast. I would love to come back soon to eat more and try the spa. 🙂

Sonya’s Secret GardenBarangay Buck Estate, Alfonso,
Cavite, Philippines
(near the vicinity of Tagaytay City, Philippines)
Tel. nos. (0917) 532.9097 or (0917) 533.5140 
http://www.sonyasgarden.com/

This was originally posted on www.nom-mage.com. Author decided to merge The Misis Outtakes and Nom-mage together. 

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Joy is a freelance copywriter, social media manager, and web developer. She majored in Journalism in college, but never got to work as a journalist. She is the eldest among four siblings and loves to cook. She is married to Jeff who she met on Twitter in 2010. They now have a son they fondly call Taglet.

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