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A Feast of Duck This Holiday Season at l'entrecote

Make your Christmas feast much more special by serving some Foie Gras creations from l'entrecote Corner Bistro at Burgos Circle in Bonifacio Global City.

This holiday season, l'entrecote teamed up with Rougie Sarlat, the world's number one producer of foie gras and moulard duck specialties and created mouthwatering duck and foie gras dishes.


Pan-fried foie gras with Calvados Apple and Balsamic Glaze


            Choose from appetizers of Duck Foie Gras Canapés; Duck Foie Gras Pate  with a trio of sauces Mango Lavender, Balsamic Shallots and Truffle Honey; Seared Foie Gras with Calvados Apples and Grape with a Balsamic Reduction; Duck Salad, Warm Duck Leg Confit on a medley of Scallions, Cucumber, Tomato, Ruccola and Lettuce tossed in Orange - Pumpkin Vinaigrette with Goat Cheese and Caramelized Walnuts

Duo of Duck, Duck Breast and Foie Gras with Truffled Flavor Wine Sauce

            Main courses include the classic Duck a L’Orange, oven roasted duck breast with Grand Marnier Orange Sauce on mashed potatoes with red cabbage; Duck Duo “The Classic,” Duck Breast ‘Steak” and Pan Seared Foie Gras in port wine sauce with truffle oil and roasted potatoes with caramelized onions and chives; and Farmer’s Meal, Vialone Rice gently cooked in special broth and seasoned with Tilsiter Cheese then topped with pan seared duck liver “steaks” drizzled with black berry sauce. Savor everything with l’entrecôte’s wide selection of wines and spirits.

Farmers Meal, Foie Gras Escalope with Forest Berry on Potato with Caramelised Onions



            For reservations, call l’entrecôte at telephone numbers 856-4858, 836-2764 or mobile 0905-991-1266. You also visitwww.lentrecotemanila.com for more information.

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