Romantic ambiance, whispered sweet nothings and of course, unforgettably delicious food. It’s a Valentine to remember at Ilustrado.
For dinner on February 13 and 14, try the Valentine Set Menu with an amuse bouche of Goat Cheese and Artichoke Stuffed Beet Ravioli, Mint Pesto and Walnuts followed with a choice of appetizers of Tuna and Melon Tartare, Smoked Salmon and Black Caviar Pie or Duck and Chicken Terrine. Continue reading “Ilustrado Valentine”
It’s the Valentine of your dreams – succulent steak, elegant wine, romantic ambiance and a special gift for the lady. L’entrecote Corner Bar and Bistro offers these and more.
Start the evening with Sparkling Wine. Begin the meal with Wild Mushroom Soup with Truffle Foam. Follow it with the main course of US Certified Angus Prime Roast Beef with Creamy Horseradish Aioli, Bacon Mash Potato, Beans and Honey Glazed Carrots. Dessert is Coupe Romanoff, fresh strawberries marinated in Port Wine and served over Strawberry Ice Cream with Whipped Cream. Enjoy two glasses of red or white wine. Continue reading “A L’entrecote Valentine”
Apart from the morning pandesal, rice is the most common food staple in the Filipino dining table, be it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even merienda. It’s simply something that Pinoys can’t eat without.
Eating white rice, especially with sumptuous dishes, can really be filling, but it could also significantly add to one’s weight.
Thankfully, Filipinos have an alternative to having steamed rice for their everyday meals—brown rice.
One of the healthiest types of rice, brown rice is a fiber-rich whole grain that has little calories and contains no trans-fat or cholesterol. It is a good source of magnesium, phosphorous, selenium, thiamine, niacin, manganese, and vitamin B6. Continue reading “Why brown rice is the healthier option”