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Try These Sumptuous Food Choices at Crisp on 28th!

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By Rizza Ypil

By simply sharing their dream home from the wide array of condominiums and house and lots on PropertyAsia.ph, Mrs. Angelita Maceda Agustin and her husband recently won a post-Valentine’s dinner at casual dining restaurant Crisp on 28th in Bonifacio Global City (BGC).

Mrs. Angelita Maceda Agustin and her husband

“Thank you PropertyAsia.ph and Crisp on 28th for this opportunity. It wasn’t only a Valentine’s Day celebration for us, but also our anniversary celebration! We enjoyed the food and the ambiance of the restaurant,” said Mrs. Agustin.

Captivating interiors, chill and homey ambiance, and an evolving menu of fantastic food—that’s what Crisp on 28th can offer its diners. Owned by “The Fat Kid Inside” blogger and TV host Erwan Heussaff and his business partners, the restaurant focuses on the healthy-eating experience—reminding each guest to occasionally indulge in the pleasure of healthy meals.

“We call our restaurant ‘Crisp’ because just like what our name means, we offer fresh and healthy dishes,” said Marketing Manager Bianca Magtoto.

Restaurant Manager Luz Soriano added, “We want our customers to eat healthy food without feeling deprived; we serve high-quality food accompanied by high-quality service.”

Crisp on 28th serves classic Filipino cuisine with a modern twist.

Below are some of the restaurant’s best sellers that Mrs. Agustin and her husband were served during their visit.

Tinapa Quinoa Salad

Flaked tinapa/kalamansi and honey dressing/ cofit tomato/red onions/dried mango/coriander/spring onions/grated salted egg

Spicy Salmon Poke Bowl

Salmon/togarashi/Furikake brown rice/nori/tobiko/pickled cucumbers

Salads are somehow boring for some people, but the tinapa and quinoa salad is definitely not; you will love the different flavors of the dish, especially the salty tinapa and the additional quinoa. Its calamansi and honey dressing is also a perfect match for the red eggs and tinapa.

On the other hand, for those who want a filling bowl, go for the spicy salmon poke bowl with togarashi mayonnaise, Furikake brown rice, and tobiko.

Osso Bucco Ala Iloco

Braised Beef in Ilocos basi wine/mushrooms/boiled baby potato

To give an additional flavor to the dish, Crisp on 28th uses local basi wine in braising the beef instead of the traditional red wine.

Manila Ramen

Grilled pork liempo/chicharon bulaklak/kwek kwek/egg noodles/wood ear mushrooms/grilled corn/garlic chili oil

Lemongrass Tinola Bowl

Pan-fried chicken thigh/lemongrass and ginger broth/malunggay pesto/pearl couscous/chayote/Kaffir lime leaves

Of course, your dinner wouldn’t be complete without a bowl of soup on the table.  The Manila Ramen becomes more Filipino because of its Filipino street food-inspired ingredients such as the pork liempo, chicharon bulaklak, and kwek-kwek. Meanwhile, the lemongrass tinola comes with pan-fried chicken thigh, malunggay pesto, chayote, and lemongrass and ginger broth.

Calamansi Cake, Chocolate Mille Crepe Cake

To finish your sumptuous meal, try everyone’s favorite: the calamansi cake and chocolate Mille crepe cake.

Visit Crisp on 28th at Alveo Corporate Center, 28th Street in BGC.

Call 0917 584 3665 or like Facebook.com/CrispOn28th.

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