Sentro 1771 New Menu – Rekindle the Love for Filipino Food

The B2B Sticks are grilled organic chicken gizzards cooked adobo-style are perfect for the curious foreigner or someone craving for street food that’s safe yet full of flavor.


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 B2B Sticks (PhP 150)


Another appetizing dish that you can start with is the Macau Chorizo and Cheese Tidbits. These are mini spring rolls filled with Macau chorizo, shallots, and keso de bola.


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Macau Chorizo and Cheese Tidbits (PhP 240)


For the main dishes, Sentro 1771 also reinvented the usual adobo and caldereta that we frequently have at home. We were able to try the Chicken Adobo sa Gata and Lamb Caldereta.


The Chicken Adobo sa Gata is adobo with a twist. It has that vinegar-garlic-peppercorn balance, which was further made better by the thick coconut milk.


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 Chicken Adobo sa Gata (PhP 250)


The Lamb Caldereta is boneless lamb shoulder stewed with carrots, bell peppers, tomato sauce, and other spices. This dish can be ordered mild or spicy. It is quite wonderful that the lamb does not have that distinct odor, which many people don’t find amusing. Try it and I’m sure it will change your mind about lamb dishes.


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 Lamb Caldereta (PhP 480)


If you’re craving for inihaw, order the Sentro 1771’s Fish of the Day – delivered fresh every morning and grilled to order.  At the launch of Sentro 1771’s new menu, we were able to try the pampano cooked with pandan. The fish was stuffed with sauteed onions, tomatoes, miso, and malunggay then tied with pandan.


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Fish of the Day Pandan (Php 220 per 100g)