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June 30, 2014

The Grill by Antonio's Filipino Cuisine Overlooking Taal Tagaytay

Tagaytay is known for its cold and chilly weather.. And what better way to enjoy the cool climate than a comforting hot bowl of Bulalo in the second summer capital of the Philippines!

There are a lot of famous Bulaluhan in Tagaytay. As expected, most of them were on full-house during our visit last Holy Week. Fortunately, we got a table at The Grill by Antonio's past 2pm in the afternoon. 

Bulalo (P820)


Their bulalo was light and tasty with tender pieces of beef and vegetables. I like the fact that it was not too oily unlike other bulalos I've tried. 

Tawilis (P200)


I love tawilis! Especially the small and crunchy ones. The Grill by Antonio's has big ones, but they managed to make everything crunchy without you worrying about fishbones getting caught in your throat. 

Pinakbet (P200)


I am not too fond of Filipino dishes but the Pinakbet was really good. Make sure to pair it with rice as it could be a bit salty when eaten as is. 

Ensaladang Talong (P190)


Pinoy version of salad with salted egg, onions, tomatoes, and eggplant mixed with bagoong. Yum! :P

Chicken Inasal (P135)


Baticolon (P75)


Be it Pecho, Pa-a or Baticolon, The Grill by Antonio's grilled bbq chicken promises a juicy and tasty (and big) inasal goodness. 

Before you leave The Grill, you may want to try their Halo-Halo (P130).


An order is pretty big enough for 2 or ever 3 persons. If you're looking for a classic version of halo-halo, then I suggest you try this out. 

The Grill by Antonio's Menu:


The family really had a great time at The Grill by Antonio's. Their serving sizes are perfect for sharing and honestly, I was surprised how affordable some menu items were. 

The location is also great for a Taal volcano/lake viewing. 


The Grill by Antonio's
One Destination, Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay City, Batangas
(046) 483- 4847

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