Friday, December 31, 2010

Manila's Signature dishes : Terraces at 5th

Through the busy streets of Makati, Manila's Signature dishes takes us to Terraces at 5th to savor Chef Cheryl Pineda's tasty creations.

First up, Pumpkin Veloute, honestly speaking I am not a fan of pumpkins, can you believe I actually don't like pinakbet, but I appreciate how this soup was made and how it tasted. Talk about being picky.

The Vegetable Fritata was made only of the freshest and choicest ingredients, you can see from the aged ham and the green veggies that much care has been given to such a wonderful appetizer. It is perfect with a glass of Cassilero del Diablo Merlog wine, it blended well with ham and gave it more flavor.
The main entree' for the set menu was Roast Angus Beef Belly in Mushroom Ragu Sauce, the Angus belly was one of the most delectable meals I have had in Manila's Signature Dishes Series, the flavor rich beef melts in your mouth as soon as it touches your taste buds, the mushroom ragu sauce was a perfect mix to the tasty Angus beef belly, it was a perfect catch.

Capping the night off, we were served honeyed Panna Cotta, with a side blend of coffee caramel mix, giving it a more unique taste to the already yummy Panna Cotta.

Terraces at 5th
Greenbelt 5
Makati City

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 partnerered 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 (632) 588-8855 or email at

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