Friday, May 4, 2012


One of the pioneers in Serendra, Conti's quietly cooks up a storm in its little corner. Nearby resto stalls changed names a few times, but Conti's remained strongly attracting customers with consistency. Designed with a distinct yellow and green hues, Conti's exudes a homey feel. The attendants are friendly. Conti's gets crowded during food rush hours- lunch and dinner. But more often than not, you will get a seat as perfect timing would have it.
The food is delicious, and prices are reasonable, considering the presentation mimics semi-gourmet style plating. Their ever-famous Mango Bravo Cakes are a must-try.
I would wholeheartedly recommend their tuna and chicken empanadas (around Php25 each).
Conti's Nuvali branch adopts the same decor and colors
With brighter interiors because of the many sources of lights, it overlooks the Nuvali pond at one side.
Symphony Salad: Php105
Chicken, Mac 'n' Cheese: Php230
Iced Tea froth: Php60
Grilled Fish meal (must be off the menu already)
Grilled Pork Chops: Php 215 (Php 270 w/ garlic rice)
Skinless Longganisa: Php 125
Turkey Ham Sandwich: Php165
Herb Crusted Fillet of Fish: Php220
Cream of Corn and Crab: Php75
Conti's Pastry Shop and Restaurant
Serendra, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Tel: (02) 856-2352

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