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Romantic Valentine at Ilustrado

A romantic ambiance plays a big role when having a special meal with your beloved. This Valentine's Day, Ilustrado highlights a five-course Valentine meal starting with an Amuse Bouche of Bagnet Mini Sliders.


This sliders are made with thrice cooked pork belly in homemade hoisin sauce layered with vegetable slaw and cilantro in a black charcoal bun.

Then comes an Artisan bread basket with chicken liver pate and butter, and choices of appetizers, soup and main entree.


Rosed Watermelon and Lychee Bavarois completes the meal on a sweet note. These are rose-soaked watermelon balls and lychees on light layers of Bavarian cream and almond dacquiose.

You can pair your meal with wine, coffee, or a cup of tea.



Ilustrado
744 General Luna Street,
Intramuros, Manila
(02) 527-2345

Solstice by Ilustrado
G/F 8 Rockwell
Rockwell Drive
Makati City
(02) 8021891



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