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Lent Specials at l’entrecote Corner Bistro

            l’entrecôte Corner Bistro at Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City offers a delicious take on Lent with fresh Norwegian Salmon, sweet US Maine Lobster Tail and Deep Sea Scallops, all prepared to bring out the best that each dish can offer.



            One dish is “Sweet” US Maine Lobster Tail on Saffron Risotto with green asparagus tips and Espelette  Flavored Lemon-Aioli Sauce.
            Another is Grilled Marinated Norwegian Salmon with Dijon Mustard, Dill Sour Cream Sauce on warm Mediterranean Vegetable Couscous tossed in Herb Vinaigrette.
            Deep Sea Scallops on Spaghetti tossed in a Cheesy-Lime Cream Sauce with Young Leeks and Roasted Garlic is also a choice.




            You can order your favorite accompaniment of soups or salads or any other item from the menu. Enjoy your meal with a wide selection of wines and spirits. Have a sweet ending with unique dessert creations.

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

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