Restaurant Verbena rolls out new menu selections

posted September 06, 2018 at 09:58 pm
Make sure to put Restaurant Verbena in your Tagaytay food trip check-list because they’ve got a revamped menu with new exciting selections.

Restaurant Verbena rolls out new menu selections
Tuna Burger​

Restaurant Verbena rolls out new menu selections

Seafood lovers are in for a treat with the Prawn Linguine, Tuna Burger, Fillet of Barramundi and Spanish Sardines Pasta. For those with an insatiable appetite for meat, the hearty Double Pork Chop or Braised Beef in Red Wine will satisfy any craving. It may be tempting to indulge, but leave room for dessert. Your sweet tooth will be spoiled with the Walnut Pie, Chocolate Orange Tart, and the Classic Chocolate Cake.

Restaurant Verbena rolls out new menu selections
Chocolate Orange Tart​
Chef Jay Jay Sycip keeps his creations simple while spicing up the menu and offering more variety. Sycip also keeps dining casual but refined, with high-quality ingredients at prices that give customers value for their money. He also stays true to his vision of sustainability, with a selection of Restaurant Verbena’s produce for the new menu items sourced directly from partner farms. Make sure to try the Kale, as well as the Thai Roast Beef Salad, with all ingredients sourced from neighboring farms. Not only does the new menu fit well into Sycip’s vision but he believes that the quality can be seen, or rather tasted, in the dishes.

Restaurant Verbena rolls out new menu selections
Spanish Sardines Pasta​
Restaurant Verbena is the multi-awarded gourmet gem of Discovery Country Suites. Set in the cozy elegance of this lakeside retreat, Verbena pairs the rich, stimulating flavors of contemporary fusion cuisine with the comforting ingredients of the farm-fresh country food.

Topics: Restaurant Verbena , Prawn Linguine , Tuna Burger , Fillet of Barramundi , Spanish Sardines Pasta , Chef Jay Jay Sycip
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