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Tauro brings Basque tra­di­tions to the heart of Makati City

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Tauro Pin­txos Wine Bar and Grill of­fers a taste of Basque cul­ture and cui­sine

Pin­txos are served in the bars of the Basque Coun­try along the bor­der of Spain and France. From the Span­ish word pin­char mean­ing poke or to stab, these lit­tle plates— sim­i­lar to the tapas of Spain—are small slices of bread topped with special in­gre­di­ents and held to­gether by a tooth­pick pierced in the mid­dle, hence the name. Pin­txos are best en­joyed with zur­rito (a small glass of beer), tx­akolí (sparkling white wine), or sidra (cider). This is the con­cept be­hind Tauro Pin­txos Tapas Wine Bar, a newly opened bar in Makati City. From the same forces be­hind So­ci­ety Lounge, Tauro serves dishes that trans­ports its cus­tomers to the Basque moth­er­land. Us­ing the best lo­cal pro­duce and im­ported in­gre­di­ents, the bar serves ex­clu­sive cold cuts from the re­gion such as Chorizo Iberico and Jamón Ser­rano. En­joy their ex­ten­sive se­lec­tion of wine, beer, and best-sell­ing sangria with Chorizo Quail Egg Pin­txos, Pin­txos Morunos, and more.

HAPPY SPACE Tauro pro­vides an ideal space to re­lax and talk over drinks and pin­txos af­ter work and week­ends

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