Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Sentro 1771

We've already tried dining at Sentro 1771 in one of our benchmarking activities because of their famous Sinigang na Corned Beef. It's indeed good to come back. We all liked the food that we ordered. The Corned Beef Sinigang is delicious with the right sourness. Only the beef flakes is a little chewy. We were surprised by their version of Green Mango Salad. They used a different salad dressing not the typical bagoong. The tangyness of mango complemented the soy sauce (that of japanese type). The Maya Maya Escabeche is tasty as well. The fish is cooked just right (not tough) and the sauted / garlic note is pronounced but acceptable. The only dish that did not satisfy our palate much is the Hofan. It's too oily and almost bland. Overall, we'll rate the food 4 spoons for the taste, presentation and originality. Restaurant's ambiance is also homey so you can relax while waiting for your food to arrive. Service, we'll also give it 4 spoons. If there's one thing that'll keep us from dining here more often, it's the price. It's a little pricey for us. There are more restaurants out there which are really great at the same time affordable.
Corned Beef Sinigang (P340)

Green Mango Salad (P165)


Maya Maya Escabeche (P230)


Riley on his another mouthful experience :-)


Sentro Hofan (P180)





I'm the big bro! and I'm the little sis


Bistro Sentro 1771
Level 2, Bldg. 1B, Greenbelt 3
Makati City

1 comment:

u8mypinkcookies said...

garlicky adobo, sinigang na corned beef, bottomless sago't gulaman and coffee pie!! delish!