Sunday, November 13, 2011

Sonya's Garden-Yummy Spanish Bread

Tagaytay is quite near from our place-around 45 minutes-so whenever we want to chill a bit, rock ourselves out, and bond, we go there.  I've never been to Sonya's , but based from the feedback from my colleagues, it's a fairly good place where you can be free from the huge buzz of the city.

From the entrance, we met Aldo-Sonya's dog! He is big, but very tame & sweet. Here are some pictures
Aldo, with his red ribbon

 I remembered seeing Aldo following men who are eating Spanish bread. it seems that he really loves it and even makes a cute stand and form just to entice the visitors to give him bread.! Cute right?
After playing with Aldo, we went straight to the Panaderia to get some Spanish bread for Merienda!
The Spanish bread cost, 120 per pack (10 pieces). Definitely a must-try! I'd go to Tagaytay just to have a taste of it :)
Spanish bread-120 pesos for 10 pcs

Spanish bread! lovely scene! I want some please?
It is not your ordinary Spanish bread. Instead of margarine, the filling is made of cheese and butter. Not so sweet. Just the right combination of saltiness, and sweetness. The bread likewise is high-end. It is fluffy, and not air-filled. The crumbs outside add a texture that is sooo desirable! Please give me some now?Please?

Finally, here are our pictures!-- at the wonderful resting spots of Sonya's-
Me, enjoying the light shadows of the vines-
My mom and dad feeling the rays of sunlight-
 @ the comfy white spot

Are we going back? Definitely! Next time, we'll try to spend a weekend and fully relax. I think Sonya's Garden really offers good packages, and experience for all, and so CaptainFood is up to the challenge to discover it. Wait for my post about it ! :)

For more details, you can refer to Sonya's Garden website--click here.



  1. Looks yummy! I love spanish bread too :D

  2. pinkcookies,super right! spanish bread made better :)

  3. AHHHH!!!!i love aldo!i just came from sonya's garden today!


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