Pastor’s Gastropub: Our New Favorite Place in Pasay

 

Pastor’s Gastropub: Paella

What is Spanish fare without paella? Pastor’s Gastropub has a variety of paella types using Arborio and bomba rice form Spain. 

 

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Paella Negra

 

Highly recommended. A thin layer of Spanish rice baked in squid ink and topped with fresh crabs, squid, prawns and clams. The rice nearest to the baking dish has the best texture and adds a savory crunch to each spoonful.

Pastor’s Gastropub: Entrees

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Rabo de Toro

 

 

Braised oxtail that is slow cooked for 4 hours then served in its juices along with marble potatoes, carrots and lima beans.

  

Pastor’s Gastropub: Bar

More than the delectable Spanish menu, Pastor’s Gastropub lives up to its gastropub title with a selection of imported beers and liquor.

 

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Cocktails 

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Margarita (Tequila + fresh lemon juice)

The classic margarita done right. Get it chilled or frozen. 

 

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Amaretto Sour (Amaretto liqueur + fresh lemon juice + simple syrup)

Tangy and refreshing but very sneaky. 

 

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Liquid Gummy (Gin + grenadine + fresh lemon juice + mason jar)

Sweet and light, but also very traidor.

 

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Old Fashioned (Scotch whiskey + fresh lemon juice + lime juice + cherry)

Nothing old about this drink. Tangy with a hint of sweetness, the whiskey is felt after a few sips. 

 

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 Brandy Alexander (Brandy + crème de cacao + whipping cream + nutmeg)

Creamy and velvety, the brandy leaves a sharp aftertaste. Not for the weak.

 

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 Carnival (Vodka + Bailey’s + Kahlua + Nutmeg)

Bailey’s and Kahlua are always a happy marriage. The vodka adds a smooth kick to the overall equation.

 

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Pastor’s Gastropub has much more to it than just good food. It also provides great conversations, a steady ambiance, dedicated chefs and knowledgeable personnel. Although the people behind it offer non-compromising authenticity when it comes to the quality and flavor of their dishes, the gastropub is an overall experience that doesn’t pretend to be anything else than what it offers. So, when looking for a place to just kick back in where you can enjoy a great menu and grab some after-hours drinks, we’d definitely recommend this hidden gem in the heart of Pasay City.

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Pastor’s Gastropub

Unit D 1 & 2 Hobbies of Asia Complex #08 Macapagal Blvd. Pasay City

Check them out at: https://www.facebook.com/pastors.gastropub

 

 

Pastor’s Gastropub: Our New Favorite Place in Pasay


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