Bar Pin­txos

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - SPANISH -


Who would think that, hid­den in the wilds of Muntinlupa, lies this culi­nary gem? Even for those who live far away, Bar Pin­txos' Ibe­rian fare is well worth the trip.


"Pin­txo" in Basque means pierced. A morsel is pierced with a tooth­pick to a piece of bread, dis­tin­guish­ing it from tapas. There is a whole sec­tion in the menu de­voted to pin­txos. Try it. You won't re­gret it. Es­pe­cially with a drop of red. Af­ter you've fi­nally lo­cated the restau­rant, waste no time and or­der the chorizo-laden fabada. The rabo de toro, the baby eels, and the bis­tec a la plan­cha drip with good­ness and flavour. The jamón ser­rano, bro­cheta, and tor­tilla patatas y chorizo are scrump­tiously bite-wor­thy.

Cala­mare­sala­plan­cha PHP 1,000-1,499 PER PER­SON

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