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A Romantic Valentine's at Ilustrado

Ilustrado restaurant is all set to give you and your date a romantic ambiance and a gastronomic experience on Valentine's Day.

The specially created menu offers a lot of options. You can start your meal with Lamb Carpaccio, or Foie Gras Terrine or Grilled Prawn Skewers. Soup is Cream of Cauliflowers, and Cantaloupe Sorbet before the main course.

Main Entrée choices are Pan-Seared Chilean Sea Bass or Slow Cooked Beef Cheeks or Duck Breast Al Orange. Dessert can either be Pavlova or Xocolat, a Salted Chocolate Caramel Tart with Himalayan Pink Salt with Milk Chocolate Cheesecake Pops with Orange and White Chocolate Creme Brûlée.


The special set menu is available for dinner on February 13 and 14 for only P2,000. What's more, the delectable choices are available as a la carte dishes for the month of February. 



Ilustrado Restaurant
744 General Luna Road
Intramuros, Manila 
Tel - (02) 5272345 or (02) 5273674



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