Authentic Filipino cuisine.
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truly authentic Filipino cuisine :)
My first visit to Bonifacio was at the Baptism of my friend’s son. The place was quite hard to find that even the cab driver had a hard time, however we agreed it was worth the search. The area was quite small but the interior is well designed to give a cozy ambiance. I have visited this place several times and it seem to capture the hearts of not only FIlipinos but locals as well.
The foods are excellent although a little bit expensive compared to those found at Lucky Plaza. The main dishes popularized in the Philippines like Kare-Kare (pork, vegetables, peanut sauce and the others I can't fathom), Crispy Pork Knuckles, Bistek (Beef Steak) Tagalog and many others are a must try. They also have the best Ube (Yam) Jam in town so far. Their desserts are truly awesome.
On the way to the “a little dark” toilet are pictures of celebrities who have maybe visited the place or the owner came across. Either way, it looked like a hall of fame and it is quite noticeable.
The service is good and classy. The place itself is a nice cozy one for family dinners and small family gatherings.
Real Filipino food with style!
I've been to Bonifacio several times. The location may be hard to find but it's worth the search.
The place is cool and cozy with artistic touch. I'm also surprised and happy to see a lot of locals there everytime I visit the place.
The food is great and the serving is worth the cost. A must try is their Crispy Pork Knuckles (Hala Pata!), Chicken/Pork Adobo (Katipuneros), Caldereta, Bagnet karekare with the shrimp paste, Bistek Tagalog, Lakambelly, and the Okoy! Their Okoy comes in a unique presentation with a very nice sauce, but the serving may not be too generous and a bit expensive (just don't convert SGD to Peso for this dish).
Their desserts are quite okay but not highly recommendable.You can try their Boni Halo-halo as theirs got more ingredients compared to other Filipino resto here.