March 17, 2014

CiÇou (CLOSED for Transfer)

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  • In November 2008, Cicou opened and offered genuine French cuisine at the Pearl of the Orient. This restaurant serves authentic French dishes,  but also finds a way to casually include the Filipino culture and the different flavors of its cuisine.

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    One of this restaurant’s delicious dishes is The Lamb, elaborate roasted meat fillet wrapped in herbs. The luscious meat used in this dish is even imported from Australia! If you are not in the mood for meat, then try Cicou’s tuna belly. This is dish grilled and spiced to perfection, topped with a refreshing sauce.

    Cicou’s also offers a wide variety of desserts, and among the 12 it offers, Mango is the item that we suggest the most. This dessert has 3 layers of mango sherbet coated with caramel.

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    Suggestions:
    Lunch or dinner with your friends or special someone

    Atmosphere:
    Open air

    Budget:
    About P1,000

    Recommended Menu:
    Lunch Set with 2 dishes (P550)
    Lunch Set with 3 dishes (P750)

     

                 
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