Wednesday, March 21, 2012

ELIAS - turn of the century Filipino dining

wherever you are in the Philippines, you will encounter different Filipino cuisines bragging about their specialties. but there's something special about this new Filipino-style restaurant that i tried. it is Elias located at Bonifacio High Street in Global City, Taguig.
getting inside is a blast from the past with the pastel-colored walls. framed artworks displayed with the Filipiniana theme on European technique. the clash of 2 cultures, may it be Filipino or Spanish doesn't compromise the coziness of the place even inviting more visitors to come in.

the restaurant reintroduced the local dishes with a twist. Chef Florabel, the chef behind Crisostomo, got inspiration in Rizal's novel characters from his books and poems. here are just a few:

and after stuffing your bellies with these sumptuous treats, you can take your dessert, still the local way like this suman and chocolate fondue or local shorbet.
if you want to check out the prices of these dishes, you may check it out here.

Elias restaurant is located at East Superblock, 7th Avenue corner 30th street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. you may call them at 546-7977. open from 11AM - 11PM and even available for private functions.


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