Tired from the previous evening's trick or treating, we were having a lazy Monday morning. We soon decided to go and hunt for green tea goodies around Serendra but as we arrived, soon craved for nourishment to fill our tummies. We've been wanting to try Sentro for some time now and it seemed that that day was just the right day to do so. I'm not really sure what the specialty dishes were but I knew that they served Filipino food. Hubby, on the other hand was keen in sampling their house specialty - Sinigang na Corned Beef.
The restaurant interior partly reminded me of Josephine's (the Tagaytay resto) mainly because of the high ceiling, overall Filipino-themed paintings and menu. The place is well-lit with different designs of light fixtures. I bet the place looks better at night. From any corner in the restaurant, you'll be able to take a glimpse of their kitchen that is as bright and tidy. In front of the kitchen counter, there is a big glass board where their specialties were written.
|See the table design!|
|Nice light fixtures|
|There's the menu board and the kitchen behind|
Looking at their menu, we gave these a try:
|Tomato Kesong Puti Salad for 280php|
|Closer look at the sidings|
|Sinigang na Corned Beef (Solo) for 310php|
|Rated GG for 230php|
|Ginataan (small) for 75php|
|Watermelon Cooler for 120php|
|My little girl - Cherienne|
There are other interesting Filipino dishes and deserts with a twist in their menu and had we been not so full from what we've partaken in, I would have given their cheesecake a go! But then again, there is always another reason for us to go visit once (or) more!
--- Sentro : Serendra, BCG, Taguig City
***you can also find them here:
---Level 2, Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center, Makati City