Food Review: SAVAGE, BGC

Of course I’m talking about FOOD again. Tee-hee. I’m back in the heart of BGC where no one stays skinny. When one of my best friends asked me where to eat aside from Tomatito.. She mentioned “Savage” but I shrugged the word off and thought let’s go Tomatito. FYI: I’ve tried Tomatito and it seriously is a worth-drooling experience. Check my previous blog for review.

As we head to BGC that night, Krish asked again which of the two I prefer? Tomatito or Savage and the rest is history. So if anyone tells you – Savage, think twice. LOL.

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We had a hard time finding this place though. Located at the Plaza, Arya Residences. McKinley Parkway.
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I love how minimalist the place is.

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The Menu.

I heard that Savage is headed by chef Josh Boutwood of the Bistro group. The menu itself spoke of the smoke and charcoal based dishes and I love how chefs lately been making art in the kitchen that makes you appreciate its outcome and enticed you to eat even more.

What I look for most in restaurants is the knowledge of each servers and that’s what I liked about SAVAGE. We asked for the best sellers and they walked right through each dishes. We are very pleased with the service. GREAT JOB, SAVAGE!

Appetizers:

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Devilled eggs, smoked oil and ash
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Cheese plate, house jam and bread
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Seasonal Salad.
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Roasted Potatoes
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Grilled Corn, harissa, garlic emulsion

Main Course: (We are meaty people so we didn’t try the fish but they said it’s also good!)

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Ribeye 16oz, charred onions
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King Edward Pork chop, mustard leaf chimichurri

Dessert:

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Sticky Toffee pudding with vanilla ice cream

Overall the experience we had exceeded our expectations, especially with the main course. The texture of the rib-eye and pork chop really left a mark on our tongues. I mean, how do I even describe it? I’m not even a legit food blogger, I’m an eater. LOL. Might I suggest try it yourself. It’s worth a-one time visit. The price though is quite a bit high for small plates, heads up.

Besties
The foodies. My barkada of 3 decades.

And it’s so nice they have this wall where you can actually write down your love for the resto. Thank you, SAVAGE!

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