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Valentine's at L'entrecote

Set the mood right when it comes to l'amour as you dine with your sweetheart on Valentine's Day at L'entrecote Corner Bar and Bistro. Think mouthwatering steak paired with a glass of rouge and flowers for the lady.


A glass of Sparkling Wine is a nice way to start the evening. Begin the meal with Wild Mushroom Soup with Truffle Foam and follow it with a main course of US Certified Angus Prime Roast Beef with Creamy Horseradish Aioli, Bacon Mash Potato, Beans and Honey Glazed Carrots. A dessert (Coupe Romanoff) of fresh strawberries marinated in Port Wine and served over Strawberry Ice Cream with Whipped Cream is definitely a sweet treat to a romantic meal. Of course, the meal won't be complete without a choice of red or white wine.

This romantic Valentine Set is good for 2 and is available for lunch or dinner on February 14 at P3,860+. For reservation and more details, call (02) 856.4858.


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


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