March 19, 2024

Casa Buenas in Pasay: Filipino-Spanish Heirloom Dishes in a Luxurious Ancestral Home

  • HOME
  • Food
  • Casa Buenas in Pasay: Filipino-Spanish Heirloom Dishes in a Luxurious Ancestral Home
  • Newport World Resorts in Pasay City has been a home to Metro Manila’s most popular hotels, including Hotel Okura Manila. Just a few steps away from this Japanese-inspired five-star hotel lies a range of equally celebrated dining destinations at Newport World Resorts, one of which is Casa Buenas with its signature modern Bahay na Bato design.

    IMAGE from Newport World Resorts

    Since its opening in 2020, Casa Buenas has showcased the expertise of Newport World Resorts Executive Chef Godfrey Laforteza who is prominent in the industry for his over 23 years of experience in the culinary world.

    Together, with his award-winning culinary team, Chef Godfrey has developed and perfected Casa Buenas’ unique Filipino menu with strong influence of Spanish cuisine, using local ingredients and heirloom recipes!

    Newport World Resorts Executive Chef Godfrey Laforteza / IMAGE from Newport World Resorts

    As such, the restaurant has been known to serve sumptuous Filipino cooking with a delicate mix of Eastern and Western techniques. Among its range of offerings include an array of gastronomic dishes from appetizers to soups and salads, to savory mains, grilled meat, seafood specialties, and succulent desserts.

    IMAGE from Casa Buenas’ Facebook page

    Among their signature dishes include the Tuna Tartare Kilawin with coconut cream pinakurat, a spicy and tangy combination that will make your mouth water for more. Meanwhile, if you’re craving for an elevated version of Filipino street foods, the Okoy de Pulpo, served with octopus and squid ink sofrito, is definitely a great choice!

    Okoy de Pulpo / IMAGE from Newport World Resorts

    Sinuglaw Grilled Pork and Tuna Ceviche, on the other hand, combines savory and citrusy flavors as the dish features marinated U.S. Pork, fresh tuna, as well as toyomansi (soy sauce and calamansi) gelee with citrus water.

    For lovers of the Filipino staple, sinigang with its sour broth, you should try Casa Buenas’ Coconut Pork Sinigang with pork belly simmered in coconut tamarind and taro broth. Now, if you want something heartier, don’t forget to indulge on their Grilled U.S. Angus Beef Ribeye Steak with orange compound butter, vegetables, complemented by three (3) sauces.

    You and your family may enjoy this feast at Casa Buenas’ Filipino ancestral home-inspired restaurant, with elements from rich indigenous materials such as capiz fixtures, solihiya furniture, hand-carved hardwood floors, and Machuca tiles from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

    IMAGE from Newport World Resorts

    For private gatherings with your friends or business meetings with your colleagues, you may also reserve the La Cupula (the Gazebo), which can accommodate up to eight (8) guests, or the Pamilya (the communal table), which can seat up to 12.

    IMAGE from Newport World Resorts

    With their trademark “Tuloy po kayo” service that welcomes each and every guest with warmth and hospitality, Casa Buenas treats its guests to a gracious Filipino service that comes with a warm smile and sincere care, one that prioritizes guests’ needs and cravings!

    General Information

  • Ground Floor, Newport Grand Wing, Portwood Street, Newport City, Pasay City
  • 02-7908-8988
  • 0917-878-8312
  • 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • www.newportworldresorts.com/dining/casa-buenas
  • casabuenas.ph
  •            
               
    You might also like...
    Maria Luisa’s Garden Cafe in Makati: French Cuisine Featuring Seafood & Steaks
    Ember by Josh Boutwood in Makati: A Delightfully Smoky Dining Experience
    Kitayama Meat Shop in Makati: Offering Quality Japanese Beef You’ve Been Looking For
    Izakaya Hamachi in Makati: Casual Craving for Yakitori, Steaks, and Japanese Beers
    Sage Grill in Makati: Your Top Choice for Gourmet Beef