Las Flores which means “The Flowers” is a Spanish tapas bar restaurant located in BGC and Ortigas. I learned about this restaurant two months ago because my husband had his Despedida here. His boss ordered a lot so I was able to try the Paella Negra, may leftover. Hehehe! I did not like Paella Negra but my husband said, may isa pa na paella na masarap and masasarap din yung kinain nila so again I just took note of this restaurant.
Last week, we went to Furniture Source Philippines to buy some furniture and it was time for lunch but we could not find a restaurant that we like in Santolan Plaza. I wanted to eat buffet meals but I changed my mind kasi baka hindi rin sulit kasi late na so I suggested to my husband Las Flores so off we went to BGC.
We did not have any reservation and the place was packed so the staff informed us na wala pa sila available table sa loob so kung okay lang ba sa labas kami and we agreed. While the staff was preparing our table, may nagbill-out na so we immediately transferred. The interior of the restaurant is simple but elegant. The tables and chairs are not uniform but still looks nice.
Though my husband ate here before, hindi naman niya alam kung ano yung mga inorder ng boss niya so it feels like first time. We are having a hard time choosing so we just took advantage the lunch menu. Lunch Menu is available from Monday to Friday 11AM to 3PM, this includes one appetizer and one main dish for P595 + SC
Ensalada de Burrata Con Tarta de Tomate, Piñones y Pesto
Pimientos Del Padron Con Torreznos
Crema de Calabaza Asada Con Boletus y Crujiente De Wonton
Huevos Estrellados & Shitake Mushrooms
Gambas Al Ajillo + P95
Desserts + P120
Tarta de Santiago
Ice Cream + P95
Milk & Ginger
Passion Fruit Sorbet
My husband and I ordered Crema de Calabaza Asada Con Boletus y Crujiente De Wonton and Boquerones for the appetizer. Butifarra Catalana and Huevos Estrellados & Shitake Mushrooms for main dishes. Churros and Cheesecake for dessert. My son cannot finish the lunch menu so we just add Chorizo P230 and extra rice P120.
The restaurant was packed but you won’t feel it so if you want some privacy, you can consider this place. This is good for couples, families, friends and even for big groups. It takes time before they serve the order so make sure that you are not that hungry when you dine here. They serve the appetizer first and complimentary chips, I was expecting for bread pero chips lang ang meron.
Crema de Calabaza Asada Con Boletus y Crujiente De Wonton or Pumpkin Soup with Shitake Mushrooms and Crispy Wonton. I’m not fond of pumpkin soup but I enjoy this one. The Boquerones is a traditional Spanish marinated anchovies, I tried it but I did not like it but my husband enjoyed this appetizer. My son loved his Chorizo or Spanish Chorizo Croquettes.
Butifarra Catalana has Catalan sausage, marbled potatoes, caramelized onions and shitake mushrooms. Huevos Estrellados & Shitake Mushrooms have fried eggs, shitake mushrooms and potatoes, the waitress asked us if i-mix na ba daw niya yung Huevos but I declined. Of course, gusto ko kuhanan ng picture. Hehehe!
While waiting for our dessert, I was surprised kasi bigla na lang may nagplay ng “Happy birthday” song. In my mind, ay may birthday celebration ngayon and mas nashock ako na sa akin pala papunta yung cake. Wow, I have no idea that my husband will surprise me. Thank you for the complimentary cake. At the same time, they served our cheesecake and churros. The churros is good for sharing, it has vanilla ice cream and chocolate dipping sauce. I like the cheesecake, I like the combination of creamy and crunchy dessert. The free chocolate cake is delicious too.
Looking at our meals, parang ang konti lang for three persons pero sobrang nabusog kami. The price is on the pricey side but we have no regrets in trying this Spanish restaurant. We enjoyed our food and service is good. For parking, they have valet parking.
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Las Flores BGC
Ground floor, One Mckinley Place,
25th Street corner 4th Avenue,
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
We frequent BGC a lot but because there's so many dining options there already we have yet to try this place. But your posts on IG really enticed me to try dining here, hopefully soon! :) Nakakatuwa lang yung mga names ng dishes. It makes the dining experience more fun. Haha!ReplyDelete
The foods sure look appetizing! Unlike Janice, we don't frequent BGC at all. In fact, it's been a long time since we were first there. Hirap basahin ng mga pangalan ng food pero mukhang worth the try. hehe.ReplyDelete
We always pass by BGC going home from Makati where I work, but I dont really get to go there to dine. Oo restaurants here are really expensive especially those located along the Strip and Uptown. But its okay for special ocassions.ReplyDelete
Wow! Sobrang kakagutom ang photos ng food. Yes pricey siya pero I do hope they are yummy and not like any normal dish na you can order sa mga maka-masang restaurant. Ang mga reviews mo sa restaurants ay worth the read. Maybe on special occasions we'll try this Spanish Resto.ReplyDelete
I was computing how much you guys paid in total. But I liked the idea that there's still privacy though they're packed. Gusto kong itrrrrry!ReplyDelete
Bihira kami sa BGC but I want to try dining sa mga popular restos doon! I love Spanish food and my fave is Valenciana :) Great photos, I haven't had my breakfast yet so nakakagutom hahahaReplyDelete
The food that you ordered looks delish! You had me at Paella Negra though. I love Paella Negra. I think nasa Shang Plaza yun Ortigas branch nila?ReplyDelete