Congratulations to Chateau 1771 for a successful dry run over the weekend! They invited friends and family of the owners last weekend to try out Chateau 1771 for FREE while they fine tune the operation of their kitchen. We got a slot for last Sunday’s brunch @ Chateau 1771 and we fell in love with the interiors, the food, and warm service. I personally love the high ceiling which gives it a warm and relaxing atmosphere.
Loyal followers of Chateau 1771 in El Pueblo, Ortigas will be happy to know that their favorite resto has a new home at the ground floor of Greenbelt 5. They have the best location and is very close to the sacred grounds of the Greenbelt Church. You can hear mass in the morning and have Sunday Brunch with family or friends after. Chateau 1771’s grand opening is today, November 28.
I’m personally happy that syoti Joshua was able to join us in trying out Chateau 1771. My brother Rommel also joined us for the Sunday Brunch @ Chateau. The breakfast menu reminded us of our Portico Breakfast in Serendra.
Check out their menu:
Filipino and American Breakfast | French Toast, Pan de sal Sandwiches, Healthy Breakfast, French Omelette |Specialty of the House, Appetizers, Soups and Salads | Poultry, Meat, Seafood and Pasta | Coffee and Tea | Desserts
Kesong Puti, Crumbled Chorizo Pandesal and hot chocolate (3pcs) (P250 +sc) and,
Native Beef Tapa (P280 +sc) served with fried/ scrambled egg, salted egg & garlic rice with a choice of drink with 1 refill (coffee, tea or chocolate)
The pandesal was not worth it while the beef tapa was decent. I still miss Country Waffle’s Angus Beef Tapa which is reasonably priced at P250++. I’ve craved for it but I cannot have it anymore.
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