Circa 1900 Casa Uno

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - INTERNATIONAL -

WHY GO

Housed in a beau­ti­fully re­stored an­ces­tral prop­erty, this charm­ing restau­rant has its own or­ganic gar­den and serves an eclectic in­ter­na­tional menu by the Aus­tralian-born chef Steve Shrim­ski. It of­fers a mix of just about every­thing to suit a widerang­ing palate.

TATLER TIPS

Be­gin your round-the-world meal with the honey pear and own-grown mi­cro­greens salad. This fresh and healthy op­tion is tossed in a tasty light sherry shal­lot dress­ing and sprin­kled with can­died lemons and wal­nuts. For en­trées, the pis­ta­chio lemon­grass en­crusted salmon is juicy and per­fectly cooked and comes with a flavour­some Ja­panese-in­spired sea­weed soba salad. The dish is then topped with crispy fried salmon skin. The baked lemon ri­cotta cheese­cake does make for a fit­ting fi­nale. Sim­ple but sinfully de­light­ful, its clas­sic flavours high­light the pud­ding’s silky, smooth, and creamy tex­tures.

Pis­ta­chio lemon­grass en­crusted salmon PHP 1,000-1,499 PER PER­SON

Open beet­root lasagna

Pa­prika chicken Welling­ton

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