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Food Trips: Sutra Restaurant and Bar Bonifacio High Street


Finding a good place to relax and chill is quite hard in the metro as for me because I need some quiet and less crowded venue for these moments. This is why I became fond of going to High Street Central at The Fort. The place is less crowded compared to some other destinations in the metro, it also has a very nice and clean ambiance and most of all the food houses are just something you might want to check one by one.



One of the restaurant we tried here was Sutra Restaurant and Bar which is owned and operated by the same group behind Duo in Serendra, Zuni in Greenbelt and Asya Filipino Asian Restaurant. Sutra is the first restaurant that opened in Bonifacio High Street Central, Fort Bonifacio.
What actually makes us decide of choosing to dine here is the name, we just find it interesting!. And then their theme, a very calming and modern interior that awakens my inner exotic musings.



The staff are really nice and well trained, they also have a wide range of menu that allowed the five of us to enjoy our lunch together despite of our differences in taste. We order the sets for both meat and pasta dishes because the price is quite high which almost feels like paying hotel rates.
While waiting for our food we enjoyed their complementary bread which was very good, it is served with hot butter. This alone actually filled my hunger for 10% haha.


After a few minutes we finally had our Meat Lovers & Trio Pasta meal.


Meat Lovers - Crispy Pork Belly, Beef Rib Fingers and Marinated Boneless Chicken
Served with Jasmine Rice, tomato salsa and liver sauce. Php895.00

Trio pasta - Linguine Aglio Olio with Vegetables, Fettuccine with  Mushrooms and Bacon in Alfredo Sauce
and Penne with Tuna Putanesca Sauce, served with garlic bread. Php775.00
Their meat lovers fulfilled our cravings, all three are good but my personal favorite is the Crispy Pork Belly served with liver sauce. GOSH! I can’t stop eating.
We love the pastas and I ate a lot of their of Linguine Aglio Olio pasta and Fettuccine with Mushrooms (Creamy!).
We haven’t tried any of their deserts because we are already full that we can’t afford loading more. Overall, it’s a nice place and we love our dining experience here.J



Sutra Restaurant and Bar
Bonifacio High Street Central
UG/F Bonifacio High Street Central, West Superblock, 7th Ave cor 29th StFort Bonifacio, TaguigPhilippines(02) 925-3565



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Christeen is a current student, a fulltime corporate employee and a partime fashion designer/dressmaker who travels as she possibly can. She is fond of telling stories from her journeys and experiences which is why she had this blog. She also enjoys being a fashion lover, foodie adventurer and a shutterbug. Find her in Google + , Facebook , Twitter and Instagram. More about her and her blog…

7 comments:

  1. this looks good!! oh man, i can't wait to visit back in the philippines and just try all sorts of restaurants there!!! everything just seems to be upping their game back home, eh? :)

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  2. There a lot more around :) hope you could visit back and enjoy =)

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  3. Wow... I'm definitely adding this to my list of "Where to Eat Next Time I Visit the Philippines" hahahaha! man... nomnomnom

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  4. The place is beautiful! Too bad I don't go to Highstreet. It's far from Manila lol.

    The pasta look sooo good! Good food, good company, beautiful place and well trained staff, for sure A+ dining experience!

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  5. I really like your post. Its quite interesting as well and the food were appetizing. I love pasta and I think should visit this incredible restaurant and for sure we will have a great experience here. Thank you.

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  6. I too prefer less crowded restaurants. That linguine is mouth-watering !!! looks flavorful!

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