Las Flores: Sabroso! Deliciouso! 

The Filipinos had been a Spanish colony for over 300 years, over that time, we have grown fond of their food that a lot of their influence can be seen in Filipino dishes. In present day, most Filipinos has grown to love authentic Spanish food, and that’s why were here today. Las Flores, is known to serve one of the best Spanish food in the city.

 
The first thing I noticed after finding the place (located at 25th cor. 4th at BGC, Taguig) was the absence of a visible parking lot. However, Las Flores remedied this by having a free valet service for their customers. This was a huge plus in my book (who here actually likes going out of their way to look for parking?). When my party and I entered, we immediately fell in love with the intimate atmosphere. It’s the kind of place where you can have dinner with close friends and family. It was enhanced by the dim lighting, abstract patterns, and vintage accents.

This was the one dish we ordered that was off-menu. Our server suggested it to us when we were mulling over our selection. The moment they brought it out, our nostrils were filled with the pungent aroma of strong and fragrant spices associated with chorizo. Typically, I like my chorizo to be well done, and this was executed beautifully. It was a little burnt, but not overcooked. The charred portions were amazing additions to the taste and texture of the dish. All the three different types of chorizo were authentic and delicious. We were really happy we listened to our very knowledgeable server.
 
Angus and Foie Minis @sergirostoll


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now this was the dish I came here to taste. My friends and family recommended this dish. They kept raving about these sliders, and I had been dying to try them. The angus was perfectly cooked, as well as the foie gras. The caramelized apple underneath it gave the dish a savoury-sweet blend on your taste buds. The only thing disappointing about this dish is that it came in 4 pieces per order. It was so good, I wanted more.

Paella Negra @lasfloresph
When they served the paella in the hot paellera, the bonito flakes where all moving around. This created an illusion of a squid dancing on a rough black sea. Perfect Presentation. It was very flavorful. All in all, a very good dish.
Overall, Las Flores gives you a modern twist on the traditional Spanish Cuisine. Set in a warm and intimate location, they twist the classic spanish dishes without removing the authentic taste. The restaurant is truly a must-try place for people who want great food and great wine, and should be enjoyed with great company.
I believe that to have a truly wonderful dining experience, you need to have good service. Las Flores delivers in this area, heads and shoulders above many other restaurants. They offer free valet parking, which is a much appreciated relief. Our glasses were always refilled quickly, a show of truly excellent service. The level of attentiveness of the servers were outstanding, always around but not quite hovering over us. It was such a level of professionalism that other restaurants are unable to emulate, but Las Flores has made into a standard.
The food was just impeccable. In all honesty, the level of food here was just so high that the dishes I marked as so-so could have easily been the highlights anywhere else. I recommend the risotto, the solomillo, the croquettas, and cheese and meat board. All I can say is Kudos to the Chef. There was very little I could find that was lacking in the dishes. It was our first trip Las Flores, but it definitely will not be our last.

4 extra rice
For more info, visit their facebook page:

Las Flores 

Address: G/F One Mckinley Place, 25th St. corner 4th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, One Mckinley Place 5th Ave, Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines

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