Sentro 1771 New Menu – Rekindle the Love for Filipino Food

For those with an aversion to ampalaya, see if Sentro 1771’s Two-Egg Ampalaya Crepe doesn’t change your mind. Sure to delight ampalaya lovers and haters alike, this bitter melon is placed on an egg crepe and topped with salted duck egg for added flavor.


Unexpectedly, the ampalaya is not so bitter at all. The one who prepared it really did a great job.


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Two-Egg Amapalaya Crepe (PhP 150)


Another vegetable dish is the Camote Cups. These are carved sweet potato cups filled with stir-fried cabbage, Baguio beans, and carrots. This somewhat resembles a deconstructed vegetable lumpia placed in an emptied camote cup. It is served with peanut sauce.


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Camote Cups (PhP 240)


Any Filipino meal will never be complete without rice. Sentro 1771 has a slew of rice choices and we were able to try the Seafood Bagoong Rice. This rice is sauteed with grilled squid and garlic shrimps. It is served topped with hito flakes. If you opt to have brown or red rice, you can do so for an additional PhP 45 charge.


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Seafood Bagoong Rice (PhP 530)


Of course, there should always be room for dessert. We sample on Sentro 1771’s Keso Flan, Fried Suman with Mangoes, and Caramel Banana Cream Tart.


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 Keso Flan (PhP 220)


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 Fried Suman with Mangoes (PhP 180)


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 Caramel Banana Cream Tart (PhP 150)


When in Manila — rediscover a Filipino First — first in Modern Filipino cuisine, and first in delivering the dining experience our guests deserve. A sure hit with family, friends, balikbayans, and expats, Sentro 1771 combines classic and creative riffs will surely outshine any old favorite.



Sentro 1771

Serendra, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig 

Contact Number: (632) 856 0581 ; (0917) 814 7794


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Sentro 1771’s New Menu – Rekindle the Love for Filipino Food