Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Manila's Signature Dishes : The Red Crab Cafe

Manila's Signature Dish series:  
The Red Crab Cafe

A great find in the middle of busy Araneta Center, surfaces another of Manila's Signature Dish.  Gateway, Cubao is home to The Red Crab Cafe, an extraordinary restaurant.
Manila's Signature Dish set starts off with Chef's Salad, a mix of everything fresh with lettuce, black olives, croutons, egg slices, hints of cheese and their secret dressing, the salad was pleasantly good and was a great tummy tickler.

For our main course, Raymunds Salt and Pepper Crab, this dish is so delicious, it only took a few minutes for us to finish, the salt and pepper mix was oh so delicious. It may have took quite a while for the crab to be served, but all that anxiety was gone when we got to devour the crab specialty of the Red Crab Cafe.  The saltiness and flavor of the crab was a perfect mix, I have had many salt and pepper crabs, but this one is a must comeback list.
Aside from the usual desert of Panna Cotta, We were served this!!!
Choco cake with chocolate crispies with soft cake concoction topped with cherry, then flush it with Kahlua, it was one dessert I had really appreciated so much, Thanks to the Chef for this.


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 foodsolutions.philippines@unilever.com.

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