June 24, 2024

Bom Gosto! in Mandaluyong: A Culinary Journey to Southern Europe

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  • If there is anything characteristic of Southern European cuisine, it is that ingredients are fresh, and a mix of greens, seafood, and tender beef are always a staple on every plate and platter. The same is true for Bom Gosto!, where you can savor rich and refreshing flavors right in front of you!

    Oven Baked Scallops (Php 810) / IMAGE from Bom Gosto!

    Located at The Podium in Ortigas, Mandaluyong City, Bom Gosto! is the perfect place to be if you want to go on a gastronomic journey of Southern Europe, particularly Italy, Spain, France, and Portugal. Through their salads, seafood pastas, tapas, meats, and spicy dishes, Bom Gosto! places great emphasis on fresh, seasonal, and regional cuisine that will ultimately fulfill your dreams of tasting Europe’s best.

    IMAGE from Bom Gosto!

    Start your culinary journey at Bom Gosto! through the storefront seaside fishing village market, where you can choose from a range of seafood and other fresh produce that can be cooked right at Bom Gosto!’s masonry oven.

    IMAGE from Bom Gosto!

    From here, you may also try their selection of delicatessen through their charcuterie menu, featuring cold cuts and cheeses that you may pair with a glass of wine, or two.

    Charcuterie Board (Php 1,530) / IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Dining at Bom Gosto! gives you an excellent opportunity to taste dishes representing countries from Southern Europe, so why not try some of their best-selling dishes to embark on this culinary journey?

    For lovers of fresh salad to start their meal, you can go for Bom Gosto!’s Insalata di Pomodoro or Fresh Tomato Salad, topped with arugula, crisps, and sable for that added texture to your appetizer.

    Fresh Tomato Salad with Parmesan (Php 500) / IMAGE from Bom Gosto!

    You may follow this up with a hearty serving of Linguine di Gambero Tigre or Shrimp Alfredo Pasta with its creamy white sauce and succulent prawns with butter and garlic, elevating the dish to a level of seafood perfection that’s simply irresistible!

    Shrimp Alfredo Pasta (Php 700) / IMAGE from Bom Gosto!

    To get a taste of your favorite Spanish dishes, Bom Gosto! offers a selection of tapas including the Smoked Salmon Pintxos or toasts topped with Salmon and dill cream cheese, as well as pickled chili pepper for that added pinch of spice.

    Smoked Salmon Pintxos, 3pcs. (Php 400) / IMAGE from Bom Gosto!

    If you want to go for something more filling, you may also order their Spanish rice dish, the Paella Marisco, topped with seasonal fresh seafoods and paprika.

    Paella Marisco (Php 1,420) / IMAGE from Bom Gosto!

    For small groups, its Rib Eye is a must-try. It’s a big hunk of meat served on a sizzling cast-iron skillet, complemented by roasted baby potatoes, French beans, and shallots, all adorned with sprigs of fresh rosemary for that wonderful aroma.

    Rib Eye (starts at Php 3,070) / IMAGE from Bom Gosto!

    Other dishes that you may also wish to try are the Bouillabaise, a classic soup specialty from Southern France, as well as Roasted Duck Rice or Aaroz de Pato, a representative dish from Portugal, featuring Portuguese-baked rice with garlic and chorizo.

    Bouillabaise (Php 660) & Roasted Duck Rice (Php 810) / IMAGE from Bom Gosto!

    Craving for any of these dishes? Let Bom Gosto! be your destination for a epic culinary adventure to Southern Europe and the Meditteranean region!

    General Information

  • Level 3, The Podium, 18 ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City
  • 0917-576-0888
  • 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
  • www.vikings.ph/bom-gosto
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