Tuscany Estates, Upper McKinley Rd., McKinley Hill, Taguig, Metro Manila
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After a meeting at nearby Industry and Commerce Building, I rushed at the McKinley strip of restaurants for lunch. I also parked in this area as it is a challenge to find a spot near the offices.
Sauceria was supposedly close but accommodated me anyway. They serve food from three Continents- Asia which includes Filipino, American and Europe. Their brand highlights food with different sauce flavors.
I got tender and sweet Korean Beef Stew. I enjoyed its soft meat and authentic taste. I just didn’t like the really oily sauce that came with it.
Puchero, one of my favorite Filipino dishes was my second viand. Even if this order was more of sweet than savory, I still enjoyed it. Thanks to rich tomato sauce and well seasoned boneless chicken.
Nutty Choco Cloud Cake was my dessert, nothing amazing really. Had three small bites and gave up on it right away. It was low quality, obvious on my initial spoonfuls.
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I am no wine connoisseur but I am always fascinated by the elegance this drink adds to any meal. I normally have a glass or two of red wine whenever I indulge in a succulent piece of steak. But McKinley Hill’s Festa del Vino (Wine Festival) exposed me to other pairings and I loved it!
Hello, McKinley Hill!
This bustling area of Taguig is another gem waiting to be explored by foodies. With its numerous establishments offering mouthwatering dishes, you’ll never run out of options. I have to admit though, I am stuck with Nihonkai Tsukiji whenever I visit this place. But thanks to Megaworld Lifestlyle Malls team, I got to explore the other lovely restaurants around the area.
Our first Festa del Vino food crawl stop was Sauceria, a quaint restaurant that serves comfort dishes such as chicken wings, sandwiches and pizza. During my visit, I was able to try its Char Siu or Roast Pork Pizza (PHP405) along with a glass of Barefoot Merlot’s Dark Berries. We were also given some pork and chicken skewers in classic and chipotle sauces.
The wine served to us came from California and I actually liked that it had light tones of berries and that it wasn’t very strong. It was odd though that I let out some sweat beads while gulping down my share of wine. Then again, it could be because the place was packed with bloggers trying to capture a nice shot of the wine and food served.
I enjoyed the flavorful char siu pizza which went really well with the wine we sampled. It was a beautiful blend of sweet mangoes and salty roast pork.
I wasn’t able to try the skewers in chipotle sauce as everyone reacted that it was really spicy. I took the safer route for my tastebuds and took a chicken skewer in classic sauce. It was very tender and effortless to chew.
I’d love to go back here for more of the char siu pizza and perhaps enjoy it with a glass of wine.
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After lunch at Seoul Spoon, I went to Sauceria for dessert. I asked the server which is better the suman or the cheesecake. She said the Suman Supreme. And I get one and paired it with Decaf Coffee. ️
My goodness! "ANG SARRRAP ng SUMAN SUPREME ng SAUCERIA"
Suman Supreme (Suman with Chocolate Syrup, Sugar, Mangoes and Cream) for Php120.00 - ️️️️️ 5/5
Decaf for Php55.00 - ️️️️ 4/5
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I dont know what this restaurant specializes in, since their menu is a hodge podge of ramen, pizzas, tapsilog, adobo, classic french onion soup, to bulgogi. It's really confusing and you end up not knowing what to order in the end.
We settled for the brocolli & cheese fritata and beef tenderloin salpicao with mushrooms. The fritata was just ok, not cheesy enough. The salpicao was tough and I suspect it's not tenderloin as they claim.
The decors of the resto is also confusing.
We didnt like the overall experience.
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This resto got me confused in a good way.
If I were to be asked what cuisine they serve? They have ramen, pizza and pasta, all-day breakfast. Complete fusion!
In my opinion, this gives a lot of creativity in dishes. I got myself a Tapa Ricelette - tapa rice topping wrapped in omelette and served with fresh veggies.
For P260 per order, it sure was tummy-filling and carbs overload. The meat was kind of short though but sure tastes good (and not too oily) with their own vinegar.
My colleague got a Broccoli and Cheese Fritata for P180, very cheesy I must say. For just a little bite, you won't regret it!
From my first visit for its Margherita Pizza and now this, Sauceria could be one of the promising restos along Tuscany.
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A recent addition to the strip of restaurants in Tuscany, Mckinley Hill.
It's a Friday night and despite the workload, I did not stop myself from having an indulgence of trying-new-restos/dishes.
I decided to have an oval Margherita pizza for myself! Partly stress-eating, this one's already good for two! Yummy tomatoes and basil with rich, drippin' mozzarella cheese served fresh and hot, very filling in my tummy for just P180 with 6-8 slices! (Almost similar to Cibo's, I guess.)
Surely satisfied my appetite for something new and healthy too! Looking forward to try other meals at this place varying from ramen, pasta and other fusion dishes.
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OH MY LORD I LOVED IT!
I joined the Tuscany Food Tour last Saturday and this was THE BEST place we tried out!
We had the tuna tataki with cold soba and home made wasabi dipping sauce. Hay grabe it was really good I wanted seconds! The tuba was crusted with seasame and seared so it had that smokey BBQ taste. And I really must say ang sarap nung iced tea.
I was happy to know too that they have a branch along Bonny Serrano because Tuscany Estates is a tad far from me especially since now I want to try everything they make. The tuna tataki was that good!
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