Revisiting Sonya’s Garden – Tagaytay

We were saving tummy space for the bulalo in Mahogany Market so we just had a quick stop at Sonya’s Garden for some bread after our Caleruega pilgrimage.

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Because despite the healthy options in Sonya’s buffet, the spread is quite filling. I admit I salivated a little when I saw the salmon belly and shitake mushrooms! :D

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Before we went to the panaderia, we visited the souvenir shop first. I wanted to see Humpty Dumpty again.

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Didn’t see Humpty. This Harlequin doll was sitting where he used to be. Anyway, pareho naman silang creepy! ^_^

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Still wanted to grab some dainty teacups and coffee cups for my collection, but I still don’t know where to put them, so next time na lang. There are also many plates that I want to take home!

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Here’s Miko singing his own version of I’m a Little Teapot. Sabi niya, I’m a little teapot sitting on a tree. K-i-s-s-i-n-g! When the water’s boiling, hear me roar!!!” Ang labo lang ng boyfriend ko. :p

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We also checked out the cottage where they sell toiletries.

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Didn’t get to see any hair product that I liked though.

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But I saw this cute pig. Walang konek. Hehehe.

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On to our agenda! Panaderia!!!

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Love going here because the whole room smells delicious. The smell of freshly baked bread is always a happy treat!

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Aside from bread, they also have freshly-picked lettuce,

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noodles, ginger tea, dried fruits, pickled vegetables,

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even bottled bacalao!

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Also suman sa lihiya and cassava-ube.

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We got chocolate bread, bacon bread, and my favorite adobo bread. It’s 150-200php for a pack of 6. Noticed that their Spanish bread is spelled liked this. Uhmmmm… :)

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Didn’t leave Sonya’s without getting our picture taken here. Thanks to the kind stranger who took our photo. :D

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You can read my post about Sonya’s Garden from almost 2 years ago here.

// listening to Adam Levine – Sesame Street Theme a la Michael Jackson

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5 thoughts on “Revisiting Sonya’s Garden – Tagaytay

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