Menu

Restaurant

When a garden is your backyard, chances are, it’s also your pantry. Half the pleasure of dining at Sonya’s is appreciating the greenery and blooms at her greenhouse-restaurants, the yield of which are likely to end up on the plate.

Classic Buffet of Sonya’s Country Fare
Available daily for lunch and dinner
Php 683.00 per person

Garden Salad Greens

Create your own salad of freshly harvested lettuce and arugula topped with mango, broad beans, eggs, cucumber, jackfruit, edible flowers, pineapple and white corn, or whatever fruits are in season. Drizzled with Sonya’s Secret Salad Dressing, Balsamic Vinegar or EVOO

Bread & Dips

Fresh baked whole wheat sesame bread from Sonya’s panaderia with an array of homemade dips and toppings: basil pesto, white cheese, anchovies, bruschetta tomato toppings, mushroom pate, black olive tapenade, and fresh green peppercorn in olive oil.

Pasta

Gorge on two kinds of sauces and toppings: sun dried tomato and chicken cream with mango. Topped with ratatouille, salmon belly, shiitake mushrooms, black olives, capers and grated parmesan cheese.

Dessert

Glazed sweet potato (enjoy it with mint leaves), banana rolls with sesame and jackfruit, and our complimentary smashingly sinful homemade chocolate cake from the Panaderia.

Beverages

Bottomless freshly-squeezed dalandan juice (green mandarin) and tarragon tea.


Optional Dishes You May Order for Your Table:

  • Prime Angus Ribeye Steak  (Php 1,500.00)
  • Grilled Chilean Sea Bass (Php 1,200.00)
  • Chipirones en su Tinta in Olive Oil (Php 750.00)
  • Tendon Callos in Olive Oil (Php 750.00)
  • Braised Chicken with Potatoes (Php 728.00)
  • Herbed Roast Chicken (Php 554.00)

Rustic Breakfast Buffet
Available daily, from 8AM to 10AM
Php 560.00 per person

  • Daing na bangus with mango salsa
  • Eggs served the way you like
  • Chicken and pork adobo
  • Bread with assorted marmalade
  • Garlic rice
  • Seasonal fresh fruits
  • Brewed coffee, herb tea or hot chocolate

In The Conservatory, the garden occupies half of the space. In Morning Glory, vines creep along pillars and beams. In Sunflower, ferns rule the space, with bright bursts of yellow from the flowers that are the restaurant’s namesake. All of them feature overflowing platters of simple rustic fare, and the garden’s signature salad greens and edible flowers.

Memories from the Garden

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