Tuesday, July 12, 2011

7107 Flavors - Filipino Cuisine

I can hardly believe that it really took a long while for me to discover a decent Filipino restaurant in Singapore. It's quite ironic despite the fact that Filipino community in the Lion City is relatively big. As cliche as it may sounds, it still is better late than never. 7107 Flavors was recommended by a Filipino colleague back home who happens to be a friend of the owner. We were quite fortunate that the restaurant was having a buffet at the time of our visit. They normally have buffet offerings twice a month (on first and last sundays). It's a very simple buffet yet enticing enough to bring any Filipino closer to home. The food choices range from familiar dishes of seafood, meat, vegetables, salads, soups, noodles, desserts and native delicacies. Taste wise, it's a typical home-cooked Filipino cuisine.  

Spanish Mackerel Ceviche with Tofu Fry

Tofu & Pork

Red Cabbage and Apple Salad

Chicken Macaroni Salad


Pancit Puti (Sauted Rice Noodles)

Chapsuey with Quail Eggs

Beef in Tomato Sauce

Inihaw na Panga ng Tanigue (Grilled Fish)

Salt & Pepper Pork Spareribs

Corn Soup with Moringga leaves


Brownies with Yogurt Cream

Bibingka (Rice Cake)


Brazo de Mercedes

Kutsinta (Brown Rice Cake - Native Delicacy)

Buko Lychee
Valued at S$30++ per person for all these choices, it's generally not bad at all. I can look forward to come back.

7107 Flavors Restaurant
#02-02 Marina Square
6 Raffles Blvd., Singapore

1 comment:

Conversion Doctor said...

Just by looking at the foods, I getting more hungrier. I really need to eat. Have to take my dinner. haa!