Sonya's Garden Morning Glory Restaurant Review

Freshly picked fruits and greens line up the menu, matching the beauty of this enchanting place.

Around two years ago, I went on a trip with friends to unwind and enjoy nature. At that time, I was still working and I really needed a break. Luckily, it was a long weekend and we decided to take a trip to Batangas and camp out at Burot Beach. I've blogged about my experience in camping out at Burot Beach, but it has been two years since then and I have not been able to keep my promise in blogging about my dining experience at Sonya's Garden.

Sonya's Garden features three restaurants namely The Conservatory, Morning Glory, and Sunflower. All three restaurants are filled with simple rustic fare, and the garden’s signature salad greens and edible flowers.

Did I mention that the Morning Glory is actually a buffet? We enjoyed an unlimited serving of the freshest food they had to offer. 

Classic Buffet of Sonya’s Country Fare features unlimited servings of garden salad greens, bread & dips, pasta, dessert, and beverages.

Rustic and filled with greenery, the interior of Morning Glory makes its diners feel one with nature.

The star of the show, Morning Glory's garden salad greens lets you create your own salad of freshly harvested lettuce and arugula topped with mango, eggs, cucumber, jackfruit, edible flowers, pineapple and white corn, or whatever fruits are in season. Drizzle your salad creation with Sonya’s Secret Salad Dressing, Balsamic Vinegar or EVOO.

I hardly eat edible flowers because I'm not used to it but also because it's too pretty to eat. This salad is as delicious as it is pretty.

An assortment of homemade dips and toppings are served with freshly baked whole wheat sesame bread from Sonya’s panaderia. You can choose from basil pesto, white cheese, anchovies, bruschetta tomato toppings, mushroom pate, black olive tapenade, and fresh green peppercorn in olive oil.

My favorite combination is the mushroom pate, anchovies, white cheese and bruschetta tomato toppings.

Choose from two kinds of sauces namely the sun dried tomato in olive oil and the chicken cream with mango. Top your pasta off with ratatouille, salmon belly, shiitake mushrooms, black olives, capers, and grated Parmesan cheese.

Undoubtedly, pasta is one of my favorite food. I love everything about their pasta, the capers, sun dried tomato, shiitake mushrooms, and Parmesan cheese; it has everything I like about pasta and more! The chicken cream with mango was a delightful surprise to my taste buds. 

Enhanced your dining experience with their bottomless freshly-squeezed seasonal fruit juice! The natural sweetness of their fruit juice is a treat. For a calming effect, enjoy their tarragon tea. Of course, even their water is special! Their Kangen water is infused with fruits.

Glazed sweet potato (enjoy it with mint leaves), banana rolls with sesame and jackfruit, and their famous homemade chocolate cake from the Panaderia is the menu for desserts.

Truly an indulgence, their sinfully rich homemade chocolate cake is a delight to savor. Fresh mint leaves ready for plucking are placed in each table. Enjoy your desserts with these mint leaves.

Check out my Sonya's Garden outfit post.

Classic Buffet of Sonya’s Country Fare 
Available daily for lunch and dinner 
P683 per person

Sonya's Garden is located at Barangay Buck Estate, Alfonso, Cavite (near the vicinity of Tagaytay City).