Scott’s Redefines All-Day Casual Dining in BGC
The award-winning Ascott Bonifacio Global City (BGC) continues to elevate their luxurious services as they introduce Scott’s—an all-day casual dining restaurant in BGC.
The name Scott’s was inspired by Asia Pacific’s first international serviced residence opened by renowned Singapore-based corporation Scotts Holdings in Scotts Road.
Ascott BGC General Manager Sue Ponnudurai during Scott’s launch
Scott’s takes after Ascott’s mandate to serve as guests’ home while being away from home by offering renditions to dishes that are familiar and close to their hearts, ensuring that every dining experience is memorable.
Exceptionally crafted by Executive Chef Johnny Rodriguez and his team, Scott’s menu includes classic and favorite comfort dishes from different cuisines around the world including Singapore, Mexico, and the Philippines. It aims to feature globally influenced dishes using only the freshest ingredients sourced locally.
Chef Johnny (middle) and his team / IMAGE The Ascott Limited
“Our new menu reflects my love and respect for food. We want to welcome guests as if they are at their home with the food they deserve,” Chef Johnny said in a statement.
During Scott’s official launch last June 4, guests were treated to some of the best offerings of the restaurant like their crispy Lechon Kawali, their tasty soft tacos, and their savory Prawn Laksa.
Scott’s crispy and slightly sweet Lechon Kawali
You’re in for a gastronomic adventure with their soft tacos
They also have seafood offerings including these cheesy baked oysters
Scott’s also has a wide selection of desserts and pastries to choose from, including their heavenly Strawberry Shortcake.
A bite of light and fluffy Strawberry Shortcake instantly transports you back home
Scott’s is located on the second floor of Ascott BGC in Taguig City. For reservations, call 02-860-9888 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit their website at the-ascott.com for more information.
Featured image from The Ascott Limited.
Written by Faye Almazan