Nothing can beat Pinoy Food, I guess its the acquired taste but I guess there’s really nothing like your own. Last week, I was invited to visit the restaurant and experience their food. The restaurant was not yet crowded when we arrived but customers started to walk in as lunch time approached.
For appetizer, we ordered Organic native white cheese, coated with breadcrumbs and deep-fried until golden brown. Drizzled with sweet chili guava sauce and served with garlic dip.
It has Sesame Barbeque Chicken Lollipops, thinly sliced macau chorizo, Bangus Spring rolls and marinated beef tips.
Refreshing made from scratch – made of arnibal, gulaman and pearl
For our main dish, we ordered Kare-Kare – This quintessential Filipino dish of peanut and oxtail stew guarantees to satisfy your kare-kare cravings
Deboned crispy pata – good for 2-3 persons
We also tried their famous Sinigang na Corned Beef – Unlike your ordinary beef sinigang, It has corned beef short ribs and boneless shanks in tamarind broth with native vegetables. I really appreciate Sentro for letting their customers taste the sourness of the broth before they prepare and serve the dish. Served in a medium sized earthen pot, It was probably one of the best sinigang Ive ever tasted.
This is a great discovery! Galunggong fillets fired in garlic oil and topped with browned garlic. I never thought Galunggong can be this crispilicious, I can eat Galunggong for a week without complaining if its cooked this way:)
Plate of squash flowers stuffed with shrimps and cooked in coconut milk
Really tender grilled pork spareribs
A baked but light, no crust cheesecake served with queso de bola and salted egg
The only one of its kind! A must have for non-desserts lovers! Chocolate-cashew crust with coffee filling topped with cream cheese and toffee sauce
Vanila Ice Cream topped with fresh mango cubes swirled in special mango jubillee sauce
More exciting and upbeat than the regular San Rival you see around town! You’ve got to order it to find out!
The restaurant gets pretty crowded during lunch time and its highly advisable for you to make a reservation or else you will be wait-listed.
Sentro 1771 in Greenbelt 3 is a member of the Chateau 1771 Group of Company.
NOTE: Prices are VAT inclusive and subject to 10% service charge.
Branches : Makati, Ayala Center, Greenbelt 3,
Sentro 1771 accepts all major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Amex)
The Restaurant is Opens from 10:00 am – 12:00 mn
Sentro 1771, Greenbelt 3
2/L Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center
Makati City, Metro Manila