Sentro 1771 is part of the 1771 Group of Restaurants. The group includes Cafe 1771, Winebar 1771 and Sidebar which is located in El Pueblo Real de Manila Ortigas and Chateau 1771 situated in Greenbelt 5. If you're wondering what's the significance of 1771, well, it is a street number where the first restaurant of this group originated. Going back, Sentro 1771 is known for serving local Filipino cuisine but reinvented them and added a twist of Swiss and French style. Have you heard/tasted Adobo sa Gata? How about Lamb Calderata? Hmmm how about Corned Beef Sinigang? These are just some of the best sellers in Sentro 1771. It's unusual and creative but I assure you great satisfaction. Especially those who are fond of Filipino dishes. By the way, Sentro 1771 is located at Serendra, BGC, Taguig and also in Greenbelt 3.
The Sentro 1771 that I visited was their Serendra branch. I was a bit late so when I came in, most of the bloggers where already there but luckily, the food haven't served yet. While waiting, I've got to know lifestyle, food and travel bloggers which were also invited by Sir Anton. I've got to meet:
Sir Edgar and Sir Ramil of pinasmuna.com | Doc Gelo of docgelo.com | Blogger couple Ms Marjorie (livingmarjorney.com) and Sir Jonel (gadgetgambit.com) | Sir John of kumagcow.com | Ms Stacy of tsinoyfoodies.com | and Ms Edel
|Scoop it or wrap it up!|
Macau Chorizo and Cheese Tidbits (240 Pesos)
|That's a customized newspaper for Sentro 1771|
Lamb Caldereta (480 Pesos)
|(Upper left) Lamb Caldereta | (Lower left) Chicken Adobo sa Gata | (Right) Camote Cups|
And before serving, diner has an option to choose the level of sourness of this dish. A great idea to get the satisfaction of customer since all of us has different standard of what Sinigang should taste like in terms of its sourness and tartness. Genius!
|A must try! Should not be missed when visiting Sentro 1771|
Banana Tart (150 Pesos)
Fried Suman and Mangoes (180 Pesos)
|Kakanin with mango on top? Try it people!|
Keso Flan (220 Pesos)