June 26, 2023

Sentro 1771 in Greenbelt, Makati Lets You Experience Exquisite Filipino Cuisine

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  • Updated as of June 26, 2023

    Launched in Greenbelt 3 in 2002, Sentro 1771 revolutionized Filipino cuisine by introducing the modern Filipino cuisine experience. It is the first to break the boundaries found in and familiar homegrown recipes by infusing them with a delectably sophisticated and cosmopolitan dimension.

    The restaurant already feels like the traditional Filipino home even without tasting its delicious offerings yet. They have bright and inviting interiors, perfect for bringing your families to a sumptuous lunch or dinner.

    The woody textures of the tables and chairs make it more Filipino adding beauty to the whole setup of the restaurant.

    Also read: Sentro 1771 in BGC: Where Familiarly Foreign Filipino Fare Abound

    SENTRO 1771. Your go-to place when it comes to modern Filipino cuisine.

    Using only the finest ingredients from both here and abroad along with a deep understanding of various traditional Filipino dishes, Sentro 1771 has reinvented many local favorites.  It has preserved these dishes’ many layers of taste and flavor while constantly adding something new and exciting to the mix.

    Also read: Cafe 1771: A European and Continental Restaurant in Pasig 

    Undeniably, the dish that put Sentro 1771 on the map is its famous Corned Beef Sinigang. It is made with Sentro’s own corned beef that is cured in-house for three to five days and boneless beef shanks in tamarind broth with native vegetables.

    Sinigang na Corned Beef (Php 320 small, Php 640 sharing, Php 990 family)

    Their Boneless Crispy Trotter  (Php 699) is another dish you should try. This deboned Crispy Pata is served usually in bite-sized pieces making it easier to eat.

    Boneless Crispy Trotter (Php 699)

    They also have seafood offerings in their menu such as the Shrimp Cracker Salad (Php 350 single, Php 550 sharing). This salad is composed of fresh singkamas-flavored shrimps with lemongrass, lime, cilantro, and garlic in lime mayo. It sits on shredded lettuce and served with kropek on the side.

    Shrimp Cracker Salad (Php 350 single, Php 550 sharing)

    Moving on to the main course, Sentro’s Garlic Steak (Php 450 single, Php 860 sharing) is the best way to enjoy a good slab of marinated beef slices top blade topped with garlic butter.

    Garlic Steak (Php 450 single, Php 860 sharing)

    Another seafood dish to munch on is their Seafood Laing (Php 300 single, Php 580 sharing). This leveled-up Laing is made with garlic shrimps, fried hito flakes, and grilled squid.

    Seafood Laing (Php 300 single, Php 580 sharing)

    Other hits include the Rated GG, which has turned the humble galunggong into a sophisticated and flavorful dish; and Keso Flan, a delightful Filipino twist on the traditional cheesecake served with red egg and queso de bola. 

    With a spacious interior, you can bring your whole family or the whole team for a private time

    Want to try modern Filipino cuisine? Experience only the best at Sentro 1771!

    Also read: Flatiron 1771 Modern Diner in BGC: Good Food, Good Mood 

    How to get here

    • Sentro 1771 in Greenbelt 5 is located outside of the mall near the chapel.
    • By car: From Ayala Avenue, head towards Paseo de Roxas, and then turn left once you pass PBCOM ATM – Makati Banking Center. From there, turn left to Legaspi Street. Greenbelt 5 entrance will be on your right.

    Images grabbed from Sentro 1771

    General Information

  • Level 1, Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center, Makati City
  • 0917-853-7460 / 7-757-3941
  • 0917-853-7460
  • Sun-Thurs (11am-9pm) / Fri-Sat (11am-10pm)
  • https://www.facebook.com/sentro1771/
  • 2F, 5th Ave., cor. 28th St., Taguig City
  • 0917-814-7794 / 7-946-2859
  • Meralco Ave., cor. Shaw Blvd.,Kapitolyo, Pasig City
  • 0917-854-4540 / 7-900-9089
  • Mon-Fri (11am – 8pm) / Sat-Sun (8am-8pm)
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