I already posted about the Modern Filipino Cuisine of Sentro 1771 but here is the sweet ending for that awesome dining experience!
Banana & Camote Un-Cue (P110) - Caramelized saba banana and sweet potato na hindi nakatuhog
This simple dessert is like your average banana and camote cue that you can buy from your roadside vendor but served without the stick and that extra dust and pollution. It’s all worth it if you think about it.
Fried Suman & Mangoes (P180) - Rolled-out suman fried to a light crisp and topped with ripe mangoes and served with sweet coco jam
I love the combination of the texture of this dessert. The suman is crispy on the bottom since it’s fried but the top is still chewy. I really like this but I wish that the portion was little a bigger because I was bitin!
Sentro’s Cheesecake (P220) - A baked but light, no crust cheesecake served with queso de bola and red egg. Parang bibingka na hindi!
My favorite among all the desserts that was served, the Sentro’s Cheesecake. I already posted about it here. It looks like a leche flan (creme caramel/caramel custard), but it was definitely cheesecake. If you take a bite of each element, the saltiness of the red egg and queso de bola mixed with the sweetness of the cheesecake, you will definitely say that what you’re eating is something special! The portion is small but I will tell you now that it’s all worth it! You shouldn’t leave Sentro 1771 without ordering this dessert!
And that’s a wrap! For more info, check out my other posts about Sentro 1771