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Festive Season Feasts at L'entrecote

Have an amazing gastronomic dining experience at L'entrecote Corner Bar & Bistro this Christmas Season.

Pissaladiere au Saumon Fume 

L'entrecote Corner Bar & Bistro offers a special Swiss-French holiday fare this holiday season. Begin the meal with Pissaladiere au Saumon Fume- smoked salmon, cream cheese, capers, onions, sweet chili sauce and lemon on a thin, and crispy crust, and pair it with traditional Duck a L'orange, sliced Rougie Duck breast with orange sauce on boulangere potatoes and vegetables. Smoked Salmon Parcel comes with a mosaic of grilled vegetables and a medley of chives, sun dried tomato, lime, sour cream and drizzled with chili sauce. For pasta lovers, there's Spaghetti with Smoked Salmon, a pasta dish in a light lemon cream cheese sauce with lumpfish caviar.

The special holiday menu is available until January 31, 2018.

L'entrecote Corner Bar & Bistro
Unit A Bellagio II
Burgos Circle, Forbes Town Center
Bonifacio Global City
(02) 8564858


Smoked Salmon Parcel

Spaghetti with Smoked Salmon

Duck a L'orange

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