Monday, May 11, 2009

Bonifacio: Modern Filipino Cuisine in Singapore


Filipino Cuisine with an International Twist, that's what they call Bonifacio.

Aptly named after the Father of the Philippine Revolution, Bonifacios epitomizes the revolutionary spirit that drives the team to dish up modern Filipino cuisine to satisfy the tastebuds of those yearning for home-cooked Pinoy dishes.

Filipino expatriates in Singapore do not have a place where they can enjoy their favourite pinoy food in a cosy modern setting. They also do not have a place where they can bring their non-Filipino friends to sample pinoy food that they can be proud of, or a place where they can celebrate special occasions like birthdays or Christmas with their "barkada" (buddies).

Bonifacio aims to satisfy these requirements to Filipino expatriates staying in Singapore. Nothing beats dining in a cosy place where they can feel "at home" enjoying their favourite comfort food over a bottle of San Mig Light, or a cup of Kapeng "barako" (Philippine native coffee) for the non-alcoholic drinkers.

Bonafacio's cozy casual dining ambiance complements the food. The place is designed with comfort in mind. It also gives the diners privacy as if they are dining at home

The signature dishes are Crispy Pata (deep fried pork knuckles), Caldereta (beef stew), Sisig(sizzling diced pork) and the Ginataang Gulay(veggie in coconut milk and chili)

Cap your meal with old fashioned (halo–halo, taho, sorbets, turon, mango/banana cheesecake, etc. which go well with a cup of Kape Barako,(Filipino Coffee Bean)

Other than great food, come and see lots of pictures of the Filipino and international stars on their "Wall of Fame". It consists of many super stars celebrity friends from Philippines by the management team. Stars such as Jerico Rosales, Derek Ramsey, Pops Fernandez, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Ai Ai Delas Alas, Hart Evanzelista, Bong Revilla, Bhong Nevarro, etc.


Address:    35 Kreta Ayer Singapore 089000
Telephone:    (65) 6222 6676


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