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Celebrate Mother's Day at l'entrecote



Dessert and Sparkling Wine for Mom at l’entrecote
            For Mother’s Day, give Mom a double treat at l’entrecote Corner Bistro located at Burgos Circle, Forbes Town Center Unit A Bellagio 2, Bonifacio Global City.


            Order the new house specialty L’entrecote Double, a 12-ounce Certified Angus Sirloin Steak topped with Secret Herb Butter Sauce and unlimited Fresh Fries and get a free ‘The Paris Eiffel Tower’ dessert, Meringue Tartlets filled with Vanilla and Strawberry Ice Cream, Fresh Strawberry, Chocolate Sauce, Whipped Cream and Dashed with Roasted Almonds. This towering sweet creation is good for two.
            If you dine with a minimum of four people, you also receive an additional Gift Certificate for a free bottle of Tyrell’s Brut Sparkling Wine worth P1,220 for when you next visit l’entrecote.
            For reservations, call 856-4858 or 836-2764.


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