Manila’s Signature Dishes 2010 : Chef Robert
I love the simple interiors as sturdy wooden tables are lined up with a long couch lining one side of the restaurant. More often than not, you’d have Chef Robert Tan himself greet you as he personally mans his own restaurant.
A short chat with him told us that his restaurant has been around for more than a year already. Surveying the crowd, it seems like has a steady stream of loyal customers mostly those living within the area.
Another indication that Chef Robert’s Lengua ala Pobre is truly spectacular is the fact that my husband, who has totally sworn off eating ox tongue after being terrified when he was a kid, enjoyed this dish and ended up finishing the last two slices.
I am excited to visit Chef Robert again and to try his other specialties such as the Lasagna, Seafood Rice Melt and his Korean Beef Stew. Definitely a great place to unwind and bond with your special someone.
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*photo credit: Paul Ang
Chef Robert is located at 847 Banawe street, corner Linaw street, Quezon City. You may contact them at 740-9330 / 413-0674.
Unilever Foodsolutions (UFS), being the preferred foodservice business partners among restaurateurs, felt the need to acknowledge notable restaurants who are developing Manila as a culinary city. They have partnered with select restaurants within the metropolis in coming up with signature dishes. UFS has synergized with these restaurants, both through dish development and promotion campaign for these signature dishes, in achieving one common goal: coming up with a different culinary experiences that provide value for money and culinary memories for diners.
If you're a restaurateur (or an aspiring one) and in need of help in coming with your signature dish, call (02) 588-8855 or email at email@example.com.
Fran! Was able to try this with Superbong last Sunday! :) The lengua was yummy and - maraming umorder nito while we were there!! :)ReplyDelete