Building on their flagship restaurant’s name — Misto — Seda Bonifacio Global City recently launched a new lineup of local and international dishes for their weekday buffet.
Misto means “mixed” in Italian, a term that also describes the medley of international flavors comprising Seda BGC’s sumptuous buffet spread – ranging from international favorites to Filipino classics.
“We provide options for global travelers to enhance their dining experience, but we also recognize that they value authenticity and will always yearn for the familiarity of traditional flavors,” said Seda’s Senior Group General Manager Andrea Mastellone.
Most of the new dishes featured in Misto’s buffet lineup are comfort food, which is perfect for Misto’s value proposition: “Good food with great taste that has universal appeal.”
These dishes promise to evoke happy memories or provide a feeling of satisfaction simply because it lived up to the guests’ expectations.
When asked how they managed to create these dishes, Group Executive Chef Romualdo “Pepe” Castillo says, “The key is precise timing, plus the use of fresh, high-quality ingredients.”
At Misto, it’s always quality over quantity. Chef Pepe believes that “guests [should] take their time savoring the dishes and keep coming back for their favorites” instead of giving them dozens of mediocre choices.
A Taste of Misto features delectable dishes using fresh seafood like Yellow Fin Tuna, Steamed Crabs, Halabos na Hipon, and Seafood Pasta; local favorites like the irresistible Bagnet, sinfully delicious Crispy Pata, flavorful Pork Humba; and their crowd pleasing Beef Curry. The sumptuous buffet also includes soup, salads and antipasto, as well as a range of fresh seasonal fruits and enticing desserts to finish the meal.
Guests may enjoy A Taste of Misto from Monday to Friday for only PhP600 per guest.
Misto is located at the ground floor of Seda BGC, 30th St. cor. 11th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. For inquiries and reservations, call (02) 945-8888 or email email@example.com.
By CHING DEE
Photos courtesy of SEDA BONIFACIO GLOBAL CITY