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Only the Best for Dad at Chef Jessie Rockwell Club


                On Father’s Day, give Dad a wonderful meal that only Chef Jessie Sincioco can offer.

            Have a sit-down menu for either lunch or dinner that includes Mesclun and Micro Green Salad with Mango Chevre in Vinaigrette Dressing; Seared Jumbo Scallop topped with Pan Fried Goose Liver on Creamy Fettucine; Clear Essence of Wild Game with Herbed Dumplings and Lemon Sorbet.

The main course is a choice of Roast U.S. Black Angus Rib-Eye in Bordelaise Sauce or Baked Chilean Sea Bass Fillet with Mediterranean Sauce served with Potato and Leek Gratin and Sautéed French Beans. Finish the meal with Dark Chocolate and Coffee Slice and a cup of coffee or tea. 



This special Father’s Day menu is at P1,700 + 10% per person. Dad also gets a special gift. The meal for kids 5-10 years old is at P850 + 10 per cent.

For reservations, visit Chef Jessie Rockwell Club at the Ground Level, Amorsolo Square, Amorsolo Drive, Rockwell Center, Makati or call 890-7630 and 450-2996.

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