Quaint finds, having exquisitely unraveled diningscape that are not yet in its apex, but served entrees delectably like michelin-starred havens do, are the heart and soul of how I fare restaurants these days. The best thing of it all is being able to witness how it phenomenally rose into the limelight, and that act of witnessing becomes an unseen kinship between you and them.
Sarsa Kitchen Bar is maybe one of those rarity these days, where good food is packed into an unassuming place, that is not yet ravaged by commercialism. Having free from that enabled their prices to be pocket-friendly too.
Let's see what our gastric tank crunched.
Tortang Talong with Crispy Sardines and Kesong Puti (served with Pinakurat and chilli banana ketchup) - Php165
Bugtaw-bugtaw (Gising gising) with Ginamos - Php155
Lechon Manok Pancit Canton with Chilli Garlic Oil - Php175
Pritchon Pancake with Hoisin Chilli Sauce - Php220
Crispy Tilapia with Mango Salsa and Sarsa XO Sauce - Php245
Inasal Sisig - Php 320
Sizzling Kansi (sizzling bull) with special gravy - Php350
Mostly the assortment of entrees posits from the southern Philippines, having names thematically designed from its origin.
They are located at the far end of the Bonifacio Global City High Street outskirts, Forum South Global. Since that part of the BGC is not really gravitated by crowd, parking is always a breeze.