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Sentro Summer Salad


            Aiming to get healthy and fit this summer? Sentro 1771 has a variety of fresh and flavorful salads with a modern Filipino twist.





            Cheese lovers will be delighted with the Tomato-Kesong Puti Salad (P320) - tomatoes topped with kesong puti and drizzled with a unique tomato-Philippine anchovy dressing, served with lettuce and deep-fried kesong puti balls. Share it as a refreshing starter, or eat it solo as a meal in itself.




 Executive Chef Vicky Pacheco's personal favorite is the Beef Tapa Salad (P180) – a mix of green ice lettuce, tuyo vinaigrette, air-dried beef tapa, onions and tomatoes.



            Mangoes also take the center stage from being everyone’s favorite dessert to a salad dish under Sentro’s vegetable and salad line.  You can’t go wrong with Green Mango Salad (P220) - green mangoes, tomatoes, onions, cucumber and salted duck egg, topped with dried fish brittle, muscovado-soy dressing and bagoong.



            Treat yourself to a healthy and delicious meal with Sentro 1771's summer salads. Visit Sentro at Greenbelt 3 (735-3938), Serendra, BGC (856-0581) and Capitol Commons, Pasig (941-8277).


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