Sari-Sari. Himagas. Talyasi. Dampa. Kanto. 7107 Restaurant almost has everything, if not really everything, you need and even want. 7107 is a hip and fresh dining space that sure could make a lot of hungry tummies happy as they got a huge place that could house not only individuals, but even bug groups.
With a refreshing design that is a splash of colors mashed up with an industrial feel, 7107 Restaurant will get your creative juices flowing! Although, of course, to aid you in producing new and fun ideas, 7107 Restaurant has a load of nomnom offerings that certainly would have you satisfied.
Get pumped up with their meaty mains like Bagnet Sinigang (Php 305) which is a dish that is of quintessential and reimagined. To put it in simple terms, you will be able to delight in the Ilocos-specialty Bagnet, together with the oh-so-asim sinigang.
Another pork dish you could go for and 7107 Restaurant actually pride themselves in is none other than KKK (Krispy Kare-Kare) (Php 370). Treat yourself with Krispy Kare-Kare made with authentic bagnet from Ilocos and fresh peanut butter from Quezon.
Having a bite of pork dishes, you know you just have to get a taste of their beef delicacies, too. Enjoy classic Bulalo in the two ways they make it. Bulalo V 2.0 (Php 375) proves you there is no need to brave the hustle bustle of Tagaytay as this one is a serving of delicious Bulalo with beef shanks, saba, bokchoy, cabbage, corn, and broth; while the Sizzling Bulalo Steak (Php 425) is of flavorful and tender beef shank slices smothered with creamy rich gravy, served in a sizzling plate with Japanese corn and French beans on the side!
More into their beef offering, don’t ever say no to their Bistek I Ever Had (Php 255) which is a plate of all-time Filipino fave beef bistek sporting a sweet and richer taste with honey. This leveled-up classic will get you hooked and make you say “You da bistek I ever had”.
From munching, you could go next to slurping some of their noodles and pasta offering such as the Sweet and Spicy Asian Stir-Fry Noodles (Single order at Php 185 | Php 380) which is an easy favorite as this one is of Asian stir-fried noodles with a Filipino spin and finished with a sweet and spicy taste you won’t get enough of, as well as the Oh My Lomi (Php 195) which is finished with fresh egg and chicharon. Their Lomi’s flavorful taste and hearty soup will leave you saying “Oh my!”. Add in some chicken liver if you’re up for extra savor.
When you are finally done with savories, don’t be shy and go for their sweets as well. Their Bilo-Bilo Ala Mode (Php 165) which is a tasty and filling glass of ginataang bilo-bilo served with vanilla ice cream is the new delicious way to enjoy this classic pinoy fave and their Molten Pastillas Lava Cake (Php 215) that is a deletable plate of soft and moist chocolate cake with pastillas at the center of its goodness – this Molten Pastillas Lava Cake is just too good to be true.
Not only can you take pleasure in a bunch of yummies here at 7107 Restaurant, because they have a selection of revitalizing beverages as well! You might want to get a sip of their Sago’t Gulaman (Solo Php 75) which has that sweet kiss alongside that funky sago experience, as well as their Original Pinoy Milktea (Solo Php 99) which is a glass of probably the current raved about drink in the country with a Filipino touch.
7107 Restaurant really has something for you whatever that is you are craving for – well, taken into consideration that the flavors you are drooling for can be found in the 7107 islands of the Philippines, so if you want to have your taste buds treated right with tasty pinoy dishes, then head down here, too!
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Address: G/F Treston International College, University Parkway District, 32nd Street corner C-5 Road, Bonifacio Global City, 1632 Metro Manila
Contact Number: (02) 819 6169
Hours of Operation: Sunday to Thursday 10AM to 7PM; Friday 10AM to 8PM