Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Jamaican Grilled Porkchop @ Café Antonio

This afternoon, I had my late lunch at Café Antonio. This very relaxing place is located at the 2nd floor of the Spanish Heritage building, Dumaguete City. Upon getting there, I was surprised  to see that they already divided the place into two – smoking and non-smoking area (a.k.a. aircon and non-aircon area). I’m not sure when this renovation was done, because it’s been quite some time since I last set foot at Café Antonio. Though they’ve done some changes with their place, I believe one thing remains the same: GOOD FOOD

Jamaican Grilled Porkchop (Php 77)
Well, being a grilled pork lover that I am, I instantly fell in love with this dish years back. It's not your ordinary inihaw na baboy because you can really taste the herby sauce (marinade) of the pork. You can smell the aroma of the rosemary! And another thing why I really like this dish is because it has a kick of spiciness that’s just right for my palate. And oh, the rice is definitely perfect with the Jamaican Grilled Porkchop. FTW!

Don't get me wrong. They do not only offer mouth-watering food, but they also have the perfect ambiance for “chilling out”, especially at the smoking area. Café Antonio is also perfect for meetings and/or ‘study-out sessions’, since this place closes at 10-ish in the evening. And yes, Café Antonio has WiFi! :-)

Granita Blush (Php 55)
The perfect partner for my Jamaican Grilled Porkchop! :-)

2F Spanish Heritage Bldg, San Juan cor Sta Catalina Sts., Dumaguete City
(Right across David's Salon)

You may check their website HERE. (Website not updated)

1 Comment/s:

Louanne said...

balik nya mil... :) we have Tinderbox's chef visiting us for the month ;)

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