Date Night at Grind Bistro

Are you looking for a place to go out on a date?

Toby and I love to eat out. We bond over our love for food. No matter how busy our schedules may be, we never skip on date night because it's a chance to spend time together and eat delicious food. It's win-win situation! We even have a list of restaurants that we both want to try. I already took the liberty of jotting it down so every time we don't know where to eat, we can just choose. Aside from our hearts being full, our tummies are too! 

For last weekend's date, we checked out a restaurant in the Fort called Grind Bistro. I discovered the place through this new app I downloaded--- BigDish. You just type your location and it'll search what restaurants are in the area. No need to call to get a reservation. Just fill up the form and get an instant confirmation right away! Some restaurants even have discounts as big as 30% when you book through them. 

What separates a great restaurant from a good restaurant is ambiance. Your food can be exceptional but what makes people come back is the experience. Grind Bistro's mood is set to cozy and laid-back. It's the kind of place to bring a date or to catch up with an old friend because you can stay there for ours just talking without noticing the time go by.

Complimentary Potato chips and Assorted rolls of bread (not in the photo) 

Vanila Shake P220

Tomato Bisque P220
Creme fraiche and pesto

Gourmet P750
Seared foie gras, onion jam, and balsamic syrup

Beef "Ravioli" P595
Braised short rib ragout over house made pasta with ricotta and grilled king trumpet mushroom

Grind Burger P395
100% USDA beef, brioche from the oven, wine ripe tomato, iceberg, sweet onion, american cheese, and Tiny's secret sauce

S'Mores and Hot Cocoa P380
Toasted marshmallow, vanilla ice cream, and chocolate served in a hot chocolate cauldron

My Thoughts 
This is definitely the place to bring your date. It's just a small restaurant so you can be assured you will have a quiet and intimate evening. For the two of us, we spent P3000 for a 5-course meal plus drinks. For starters, the seared foie gras is a must. We weren't too keen on the main courses served but the s'mores sure made up for it.

Grind Bistro
Ground Floor Net Park Building 
Fifth Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City

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