Thursday, October 25, 2012

Wildflour, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

Wildflour is a Cafe & Bakery somewhere on the side streets of Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. It's on Net Lima Building, the same one as

The bread there is baked themselves and it's really good! :) This baguette was given to us as a starter with a little cup of butter. It reminded me of the baguettes on the streets of Vietnam: light, airy and crispy.

The menu is just typewritten on a sheet of white paper. :)

This is the French Onion Soup that two of my friends split. Obviously this is just half of it. It looks really good! :) All that cheese for 230 Php, not bad.

My order was the soup, salad and sandwich. A great value for your money at 370 Php. Those are two grilled cheese sandwiches on top of each other. I didn't know that they were two sandwiches so I was just eating out of it like a huge stack! The soup was a home made tomato soup, and the salad had a citrus dressing.

Look at all of that cheese! YUM! :)

This was the sandwich that my friend Alba was recommending to everyone. He even let me try some. This was the Porchetta sandwich (410 Php). It was good, but I was happier with mine. Glad I got that one instead!

Umalag Farms beef short ribs (P750). This looked really good too!

The Smoked Salmon Sandwich at 410 Php. I was tempted to get this. Yum!

For dessert, I had the Tiramisu (210 Php). This one was in a pot du creme. It was super sweet but so yummy!

My friend Nyko had the smores cake. It was good too but mine was better. Hehe, the chocolate was too dark and the home made marshmallows weren't sweet enough! He tried mine too and said mine was better. :P

Another yummy dinner, done! 'til the next post!

1 comment:

  1. Its just like PANERA of California...They make their own bread and they also have some juice and smoothies, and the famous and oh so delicious onion soup and other sandwiches..