Friday, May 11, 2012

Cafe De Bonifacio Filipino Restaurant (Podium, Ortigas)



Cafe De Bonifacio - a yummy Filipino restaurant in Podium, Ortigas


Ensaladang Talong (Php 149)


Loveet! Smokey eggplant tossed with other fresh vegetable greens drizzled with a special sesame-vinaigrette dressing complemented with salted egg.

Lumpiang Hubad in Pastry Cups (Php 120)

Sinigang na Tadyang ng Baka (Php 385)

Cafe de Bonifacio's beef sinigang is truly one of a kind! Chef Ogie Reloj used indigenous herbs such as galanggal (blue ginger) and kaffir leaves. The soup tasted like Thailand's tom yum soup and it was really good.


Crispy to the Bone Hito ni Ka Freddie (Php 358)


This is like the "crispy pata" of the sea. True to its name, the bones were crispy enough to eat, while the meaty hito was made extra special with the Cebu vinegar (pinakurat) - a Cafe de Bonifacio must try!

 Mango and Latik Roti (Php 145) 


 Ube and Macapuno Roti (Php 145)


Even the desserts in Cafe de Bonifacio are unique. Who would have thought that roti breads would be oh-so-good with traditional Filipino desserts? My pick: the mango latik! Mmmmmmm...

CAFE DE BONIFACIO

Level 5 (cinema-level)
Podium Mall
Ortigas Center, Pasig City


Contact Number: 636-1407

Facebook: Cafe De Bonifacio


Cafe De Bonifacio Filipino Restaurant (Podium, Ortigas)

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