Chateau 1771 reopens in BGC

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Chateau 1771 delivers food that crosses borders and pushes boundaries for culinary excellence.

From the innovative minds at Chateau 1771, comes “No Borders Cuisine,” a European fare is anything but standard at this eatery at their outlet that just reopened in Bonifacio Global City.

Chateau 1771 reopens restaurant in BGC

Executive Chef Vicky Pacheco brings together the best of different European cuisines under one roof at Chateau 1771.

Patrons can enjoy the best on offer in the lunch menu. Visitors can choose to order from any of the items available in the appetizers, mains and desserts options. Choose from the Smoked Fish Pate, Herbed Goat’s Cheese, Eggplant Relish or the Rectangular Crostini to whet your appetite before moving onto the mains.

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Earthy flavours married with napolitaine sauce makes for a refreshing Ravioli Primavera
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You won’t be disappointed with the mains, which consists of Potence (Steak Flambé), Scallops Au Gratin, Ravioli Primavera and Vanilla Brick Chicken. Classic European flavours. 

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Grilled beef tenderloin is flambeed with brandy and accompanied with
mashed potato or baked potato.
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End the meal at with a decadent Lemon Meringue Torte, Ginger Crème Bruleé or Sugar-Free Coffee Pie.

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The popular coffee pie is a chocolate cashew crust with coffee filling, topped with cream cheese & toffee sauce.
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Wine pairings are available to augment the dishes.

Chateau 1771 is located at 2/F One Bonifacio High Street, 5th Avenue corner 28th St, BGC, Taguig.

Written by

Vinnie Wong