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bring your family and friends to Gaudi

Gaud?\, is considered one of Manila?s best restaurants, gaining recognition from well known food writers and critics like Doreen Fernandez and Amando Doronila, as well as prominent publications like the Asian Wall Street Journal and the Philippine Tatler.
Among its other many prestigous awards received are BPI Credit Card Best Restaurant June 2002, Mens Zone Magazine Best Restaurants 2002, Philippine Marketing Excellence Award 2005, National Shoppers Choice Best Spanish Restaurant Award 2005, Philippine Tatler Best Restaurant 2005, 2006 & 2007, and Ayala Malls 18th Merchant Reward- 2005 Store Operations Excellence Winner.

If it?s your first time to dine in this Spanish restaurant, you should try their Pintxos ? Gaudi?s version of tapas, Paellas - try their bestseller Paella de Cordero con Setas (lamb and shitake mushroom paella) or Arros amb Crosta (Mixed paella with crusty egg topping). If you?re a meat lover, house specialties include Chulet?n Villagodio: U.S. Certified Angus Beef Brand Prime Rib steak served at your table where you finish off the cooking process by searing the meat slices on a ceramic plate burner. This dish has been rowned the best steak in Manila. Or try Lechazo al horno: Tender, mouthwatering roast suckling lamb. And of course, Cochinillo al Horno- roast suckling pig. For fish lovers out there, Try the ***** a la Vizcaina: monkfish in a delicate red pepper and tomato sauce or the Lomo de Mero Dos Salsas: Pan-fried Chilean sea bass with pure?d piquillo pepper and squid ink sauce.

On to the desserts, Most of it are home-made from old recipes handed down from various generations. Definite must try's include Flan de la Abuela: Grandma?s leche flan or Tocino de Cielo: egg yolk custard. If undecided, one can go for the Detodunpoco: which literally means a little bit of everything.

Now, what to drink? Gaudi has a wide selection of coffee, liquor, and wine. Gaudi?s winelist is carefully selected and quite ample. Main emphasis is on wines from the various wine-producing regions in Spain but includes new world wines from Chile, New Zealand and Australia. Our house wines are excellent and are the most inexpensive in Manila with prices starting at P90 for a glass of wine. Gaudi also made it to the top 10 Independent Wine Lists.
Their Sangria is also one most popular ones in Manila, it has gained recognition in a number of contests and tastings.

Gaudi is located at the 4th flr, Greenbelt3 and GF Serendra, Bonifacio Global City.
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