Skip to main content

Special Treat Awaits Moms at Chateau 1771 and Cafe 1771

PRESS RELEASE: 

Pleasant Surprise for Moms at Chateau 1771 and Café 1771
 
            On Mother’s Day, Chateau 1771 will give dining moms gift vouchers for Afternoon Tea for their next visit.
            Chateau 1771 Afternoon Tea carries the unique touch of the restaurant’s famed No Borders Cuisine, theexquisite innovations on well-loved Swiss, Italian and French creations.

The afternoon tea set changes daily, allowing the chefs the freedom to be creative in concocting delicious morsels according to their imagination and the freshest ingredients of the day. Thus, every tea set is a delightful surprise. 



            Offerings may include Seared Beef Tenderloin and Cornichon Canapé, Salmon Gravlax on Mini Pancakes, Raclette Toast, Blueberry Scones, Chocolate Coated Marshmallow S’mores, Apple Crumble or Cherry Tomato and Feta Cheese Picks.

Enjoy this afternoon pastime with your choice of La Maison du Thé Tea or Vittoria French press coffee. Pay a little extra, and turn your meal into a "Champagne Afternoon Tea" by starting with a chilled glass of fine champagne or sparkling wine. 

Café 1771, for its part, will open on a Sunday just for Mother’s Dayfrom 8am to 2pm. Diners will be given a brunch treat of Ebelskivevers, a beloved treat from Denmark which are puffy circular pancakes cum popovers filled with fruit, chocolate, jam or cheese.

Chateau 1771 is at Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center, Makati 729-9760 or 729-9761. Café 1771 is at El Pueblo, Pasig City, 631 7340.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Michelin Star Dining at Putien, Pavilion KL

Michelin Star restaurants are suddenly multiplying especially in the Southeast Asean region with lots of homegrown restaurants getting the international recognition it deserves. One such restaurant is Putien,  whose dishes can be traced back to Fujian, China. Putien was awarded a 1-Star Michelin in 2016, this was in Singapore where the restaurant originated. It has then expanded with several restaurants in SG and in other countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and China.

RECIPE: TKG's Pan-Grilled Maya-Maya With Calamansi Butter Sauce

I chanced upon some fresh-looking Maya-Maya being sold near my daughter's school today so I bought some. I don't really have a dish in mind when I bought it. Maybe fried, sinigang ... And upon checking the fridge and pantry (no more olive oil), I decided to marinate the fish in calamansi to remove the fishy taste. I pan-grilled the fish being careful not to burn it. Then I minced some garlic, cooked it in butter, added some salt and poured the sauce on top of the fish. And its ready to eat. And oh, I also steamed some cauliflower as a side-dish. Bon appetit!

RECIPE: TKG's Brownie Balls with Cointreau Infused Cranberries

We may still be quarantined inside our homes but that doesn't mean we have to let go of our love for food. And if there's something positive that happened in our new normal, I'd say that most people (including me) have discovered the simple joys of spending more time in the kitchen. Here's my take on a classic brownie recipe made special with Cointreau.