|Front view of Antonio's Steak House|
Strolling around Zamboanga's Pasonanca Park and La Jardin de Ma Clara Lobregat was fun. But our stomach grumbled a few hours later, so we decided to try the steak house right in front of Pasonanca Park.
Fooling around with the camera while waiting for the food
The place has many hut-like structures that goes with their cuisines of Filipino food. Aside from their tenderloin specialty, they offer different Filipino platters some of which are with adobo, squid rings and baked clams.
Filipino Platter made of different Filipino cuisines
And again, just like the experience we had at the Bar Code, Paseo del Mar and Mano-Mano Restaurant the platter was full packed that washed away our hunger.