Monday, January 2, 2017

7107 Culture + Cuisine is Proudly Pinoy


A new Filipino restaurant in BGC!

Opened just last June of 2016, 7107 Culture + Cuisine, takes pride in promoting our very own Filipino food. Project 7107 Inc. partnered up with Treston International College to "create and nurture cultural and heritage appreciation." The culinary students of Treston are the ones that prepare the dishes themselves. Making sure that every plate that comes out of the kitchen is #NotYourAverageLocal dish!


The restaurant's interiors were bright, lively, and colorful. Just like the Filipino people who are always smiling and resilient during times of trials. 


There are four food sections: Kanto (Street), Dampa (Hut), Talyasi (Cooking ware), and Himagas (Dessert).


At Dampa, you get to choose fresh seafood.



They also have a Sari-Sari Depot where they sell locally made products.


I found this cute cup  for sale in the store.


Spinach and Goat Cheese Lumpia P215
Fresh spinach and kesong puti in lumpia wrapper served with your choice of sauce


Vitaminsea Chowder P390
Creamy coconut milk, flavorful mixed seafood in a bread bowl


Burger Sliders P245
7107 tasty patty, fresh tomato, lettuce, and refreshing pineapple salsa served with fries


Sweet and Spicy Asian Stir-Fried Noodles P355
Asian stir-fried noodles with a Filipino spin of tapa

7107 Sisig P335
Classic, crunchy, and crazy good


KKK (Krispy Kare-Kare) P335
Authentic bagnet from Ilocos and fresh peanut butter from Quezon


Molten Pastillas Lava Cake P185
Soft and moist chocolate cake with pastillas at the center


Choc-Nut Turon P155
Choco peanut candy served with pieces of peanut butter from Quezon and chocolate labuyo 

My Thoughts
I am really happy to see more and more Filipino restaurants popping up. Our homegrown dishes are truly the best and they deserved to be showcased! 7107 has a great selection of Filipino food on their menu. The dishes were well conceptualized especially the Spinach and Goat Cheese Lumpia, Krispy Kare-Kare, and the Choc-Nut Turon. The other dishes just lacked a little seasoning. You know how Filipinos love flavors bursting in each bite. Given that they are students, there's still room for improvement but I'm sure with more training, they'll be cooking excellent dishes in no time. 

7017 Culture + Cuisine
Address: G/F Treston International College
Number: (02) 616-7336
Website: www.7107restaurant.ph

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