Sentro 1771

G/F Serendra Piazza, McKinley Parkway, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Sentro 1771
4.1
4.0 Stars

115 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 43
  • 4 stars 49
  • 3 stars 20
  • 2 stars 2
  • 1 star 1
  • 121 Reviews
  • 229 Recommend
  • 115 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Open: 7:00a - 11:00p
Phone
+6328560581

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 7:00a - 11:00p
  • Monday
    • 7:00a - 11:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 7:00a - 11:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 7:00a - 11:00p
  • Thursday
    • 7:00a - 11:00p
  • Friday
    • 7:00a - 11:00p
  • Saturday
    • 7:00a - 11:00p

Payment Options

American Express, Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱210 - ₱610

More Business Info

Parking:
Parking Lot
Reservations:
Yes
Kids Menu:
Yes
Delivery:
Yes
Take Out:
Yes
Outdoor Seating:
Yes
Menus:
Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
Waiter Service:
Yes
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Athina Janelle U.
3.0 Stars

Not a big fan of eating Filipino food in restaurants, I decided to eat here since my friend wants to try their corned beef sinigang. I ate here years before and I remember their sinigang meat to be soft and easy to chew. Our recent visit here was different, it became a bit too tender that I cannot eat some parts (a waste of money for me)

Their tilapia fillet in coconut milk as well as their pork inihaw is okay. Nothing special for me.I like their take on the vietnamese crepe which is like lumpiang hubad. It's healthy and edgy (what?). Kidding aside, eating this is like a breath of fresh air from eating all the previously mentioned "common" Filipino dishes.

Paid almost 500/head for a group of 4. Maybe next time I might ask my mom to just cook Filipino food for me again.

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Divine C.
3.0 Stars
3

Nothing extraordinary. Overall okay experience.

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Ac C.
4.0 Stars

Sentro's best seller is their Sinigang na Corned Beef. But since we've already tried that a couple of times, we ordered their Binagoongan and Sisig.

The sisig was meh. It was salty and nothing special. But the meal was saved by the Pork Binagoongan.. Funny that the sisig was saltier than the Binagoonan.

Their Pork Binagoongan was the bomb. Seasoned perfectly and the meat was nice and tender. 128525128525128525 Definitely worth a try!

Their staff are as courteous and attentive as you can imagine :)

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EJ M.
3.0 Stars

After tiring ourselves from strolling the streets of BGC, we headed off to Serendra to find something to eat. The craving for steak immediately turned to craving for sinigang. And one of the best stops for really hot and sour sinigang is Sentro.

Known for their famous corned beef sinigang, Sentro surprises customers by letting them adjust the sourness level of your sinigang.

We ordered food that I think are way too pricey for the amount of serving. The Catfish Adobo Flakes seemed too burnt. It's like you're eating the burnt residues of your food stuck in your frying pan. The Lengua in Mushroom Sauce was so-so. I'm a fan of lengua and definitely I'm a fan of mushrooms. However, this menu doesn't go that well together. The Boneless Crispy Trotter was delish! Who doesn't like crispy pata anyway! Lastly, their corned beef sinigang was a blast. We asked it to be super sour and yes it was definitely too sour! Sourly delicious that how a sinigang should be! Funny eating corned beef in a soup of veggies. But cool how they managed to come up with this idea.

The food was overall alright. But not a place I will go back to easily. I really find their serving small for the price they ask for.

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Jennifer N.
4.0 Stars

I had a friend from Australia visiting, so we headed here for lunch so that she could have a taste of delicious Filipino food.

We had the sisig to start. It was my first time to try sisig here, and I have to say I didn't particularly enjoy their version - it seemed like it was cooked too long, as it was a little on the hard side of crispy and was a bit dry. Mental note to self: if I want sisig, go elsewhere and not Sentro.

The sinigang with corned beef is still a hit. The corned beef were huge chunks but tender, and there was an ample amount of meat and veggies for the two of us. I also love that you can ask them to adjust the sourness level of the soup according to personal taste/preference, as I usually like mine quite sour and other restaurants serve theirs pretty bland (in my opinion).

We also split a salad between the two of us - we had the one with kesong puti. This was nice, but not particularly spectacular. I thought it was on the bland side even with the dressing.

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Lester P.
3.0 Stars

Sentro 1771

Been here for a number of times...mostly meetings or purely business that's the only reason why I always or we always end up in this restaurant... ( also the fact that my boss lives near at sentro.

Okay let's go to food review!

Definitely the looks and interior are great even the comfort room is kind a posh, but confusing with the lock. :)

Sentro 1771 is a restaurant that cater food that embellish the modern type of food but with a twist. I decided to ordered the Humba, Tilapia Fillets in Coconut Milk, Escabeche and Fresh Spring Rolls and I must say all of them are too salty (except for the spring rolls ) for some reason I dunno why their food taste like that and I even asked the waiter and joked " galit ba si chef sa asin !? And the waiter looked at me and smiled. A few minutes the manager came in and approached me and said Sir you want me to replace your food or you want me to adjust the taste? I told him it's okay we're started eating also.

Again I love salty food that's why I know if the food are to much in salt. Then I ordered Kamote and Banana Que which is great simple and yet delicious :) even the Ginataang Bilo Bilo and some of the other desserts are yum.

Before I stand up and vacate the table the waiter gave me a survey form and I know that they have an idea on what grade they got from me and to my surprise the manager gave me a discount coupon. Hmmm....???

As a food lover I believe that we as a customer also aware about the taste of the food, we experience diff treatment , service etc. but at the end of the day we deserve best and quality food. Over all Sentro 1771 still good but for me the A+mazing is not there....

Let's Eat, Play and be Merry

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Jackie S.
4.0 Stars

Can't get enough of Cheese?

Deep Fried Kesong Puti Balls from Sentro 1771 is a must try.

It's probably the Filipino version of deep friend mozzarella sticks. 128077🏻

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Nemie N.
2.0 Stars

I was a bit disappointed because I had so much expectation with this place since they say that it's one of the best Filipino resto out there. But for me, the food was so-so. Price is okay. Ambiance is good. The sinigang na corned beef was okay.

I don't know wha happened but the food tasted bland 128078

Rated it 2 stars because staff wasn't even that attentive.

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JP S.
4.0 Stars

Just had time for a few appetizers.

Got the Macau Chorizo and Cheese Tidbits. Deep fried and lumpia-like. Nice and crispy. Warm, creamy and tasty on the inside.

Fresh Smoked Fish Spring Rolls. Also delicious. Like a Vietnamese spring roll, the smoked fish makes all the difference and makes this unique. I enjoyed it more than the Macau Chorizo.

Wish I could have stayed longer to try more things, though I have tried their corned beef sinigang on a previous visit. Next time.

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Pachie S.
4.0 Stars

We liked the fresh smoked fish spring roll. The boneless crispy pata was good too. Not the best in my opinion but worth a try. They also gave us a good service and the waitstaff were attentive.

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Krystle S.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Mika M.
5.0 Stars

After a very long day, M and I decided to unwind and have good dinner. We ordered my forever favorite sinigang na corned beef and lechon kawali.
I wanted to order chicken bbq too but I had to control myself.
I need to seriously burn all these law school midterm calories!

5 stars for their food and service128522

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Dion B.
5.0 Stars

For me, Sentro is the best filipino restaurant, aside from Romulo Cafe, here in the Philippines.

Sinigang na Corned Beef FTW.

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Tei A.
4.0 Stars

Try their Mixed Seafoods Sinigang (gindara, prawns, bangus belly) and Sinigang na Corned Beef. They're both good. They let you try the sinigang soup to check for ypur preference on the level of sourness. Although dont really get it because they dont really follow and adjust based on your feedback. Happened to us 2x.

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Nikki S.
5.0 Stars

SEAFOOD FRIED RICE IS BOMB. it's so good i had it as my ulam too128514

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Anna S.
5.0 Stars

I have lost count of the times I've dined here. I don't think you can go wrong with what you order--everything's great! My husband specially loves Sinigang na Corned Beef. I always order Fresh Smoked Fish Spring Rolls (in the photo). They have green smoothies (vegetable juices) and cocktails and wines (I don't know how the wines are, though). I find some of the dishes quite pricey, but hey, they're always worth it.

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Carla M.
5.0 Stars

Went here two weeks ago for Sunday lunch. My sister picked the resto for that day. We ended up in one of my family's favorites-- Sentro. 128077

10084️ Sinigang na corned beef - still the best sinigang for us!! Yummmm!

128077 Tofu and Chicken - Fried tofu and chicken with oyster sauce. I like tofu so no wonder this one gets a thumbs up. Simple but flavorful dish. Sauce is a lil salty because of the oyster sauce.

128077 Tilapia in Coconut Milk - my sister and I are not fond of viands cooked in gata (yeah, picky eaters 128517) so I didn't try this one. My parents said it was good!

128077 Papaya Salad - parents liked this too!

128525 Suman at mangga - yummy especially coz it was free (thanks to our BPI Amore card). Hahaha!

128077 Bottomless Sago't gulaman

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Rey G.
3.0 Stars

Waiting for service allows me to write this review in the moment. First impression is the environment seems nice and clean, decor is pleasing but servers are not attentive at all. Menus down and iPhones up is a pretty clear indication that diners have made a decision, or an opening for waiters/waitresses to ask if diners have any questions about the menu (or offer recommendations). Neither of which occurred. It appears there is adequate staff coverage for tonight's dinner crowd; the dining room isn't even full. Inattentive staff is a warning signal; it sets a tone for the dining experience. So, if our sever ever gets a hint, we've decided on Sinigang Corned Beef, Kare Kare, and an appetizer of Fried Kesong Puti... And we wait... Should I time this? Well... nothing...frustrated, my wife finally called over a manager and aired her grievance. He took our orders and apologized. After the rough start, service was attentive...surprise, and our food came out quickly. First up, the Fried Kesong Puti, I was expecting something akin to cheese sticks/nuggets and wasn't disappointed. It's served with two sauces, a sweet guava chili and garlic. The garlic was by far the star and was all gone with the guava chili sauce mostly untouched. Then came the Sinigang Corned Beef and Kare Kare along with our servings of plain rice. The Sinigang Corned Beef was very good though just a touch too sour for my tastes. They did give us an opportunity to sample the broth beforehand so it could have been changed but I deferred to my wife who enjoys it sour. The Kare Kare was tasty but I couldn't find any oxtail in our serving; the texture, consistency, and flavor was very good. We also ordered the Green Mango Shake and Watermelon Cooler. My Green Mango Shake was just a bit too tart but my wife loved her Watermelon Cooler. A tip if the restaurant ever reads this—ditch the paper straws, they soften up and become unusable. Overall I'd rate the food highly but the initial service could use some work. The service we received after my wife's complaint was attentive and it should have been that way from the start. So my rating is four stars for the food minus two stars for the initial service and plus one star for the active correction in service—3 stars.

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Charlene G.
1.0 Stars

Customer service sucks. There are just a few tables. They should know which table has not been served yet. If you are used to American customer service you are gonna hate this place. We've been sitting on our table for 25 minutes and not one asked us if we are ready to order.

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Timmy A.
5.0 Stars

Really loved the food here. :) actually, the food at Sentro's quite salty, but I'm a "salty eater" so.. :) haha. We ordered the ff:

Rated GG (5/5) really salty - my favorite
Galunggong fillets fried in garlic oil and topped with browned garlic

Crispy Kilawin (4/5)
Deep-fried pork belly steeped in vinegar and slathered with thinly sliced leeks, carrots and onions.

Camote Cups (dad says 4/5)
Carved sweet potato filled with stir-fried cabbage, Baguio beans and carrots

Stir Fried Chicken and Tofu (4/5) sweet. I liked this dish :)
Diced boneless chicken meat, fried tofu, spring onions sili leaves and oyster sauce

Vegetarian Red Rice (5/5) really loved how it's so healthy but very tasty at the same time. Yum!
Red organic rice stir-fried with Baguio beans, garlic, cabbage, carrots, celery, onions and chickpeas

Sinigang na Corned Beef (5/5) sour and salty at the same time. Love the timpla of the soup.
Corned beef short plate and boneless beef shanks in tamarind broth with native vegetables

YAS!

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