Sunday, October 11, 2015

Master Garden Restaurant and Events Place in Malabon

I have known Malabon City for its famous Pancit Malabon and pichi-pichi (cassava cake with grated cheese) but if you are for great Filipino food and awesome venue for special occasions, Master Garden Restaurant and Events Place is the best choice.

Recently, I was welcomed to this restaurant in Malabon City Master Garden Restaurant and Events Place. Located at 7 Gen. Luna St., San Agustin, Malbon City, I was delighted to see a classy restaurant that offers iconic Filipino dishes made with the restaurant's personal touch from their culinary chef. First impression was very engaging and interesting - the wood-themed design for me ( on the first floor ) brings an earthy and cozy ambience.  

Master Garden Restaurant's New Menu

I started with an appetizer, Calamares ( P175)- Fried squid rings coated with breadcrumbs with Garlic mayonnaise. When frying squid at home, my kids would choose the squid rings rather that its tentacles. This dish reminds me of them, such a good starter, very simple but tasty. I know that my kids will surely like this Calamares, crispy and satisfying.  

Tungkab Biyaya ( P185)- is baked Oyster topped with bechamel sauce, cheese
and herbs, delicious appetizer that I've tried too. I always love oyster whether it is baked or fried. 

It is Malabon's pride to have fresh fish and seafoods. That is why when Tuna Steak - Grilled tuna loin ( P195) was served to us, I know that it is guaranteed fresh. This is one of my favorite dish, not overcooked and best paired with mango salsa. This dish is really a must try.

Traditionally, we hear Sinigang na Sugpo or Guinataang Sugpo ( Prawns in Coconut ). It is my first time to eat  fresh Prawns in a sauce of saulted egg and spicesSugpo sa Maalat na Dagat ( P315 ) . All the food that was served to us was really good, but this dish really stand out for me. From the color you will able to notice that it is fresh, I was glad that I'm not allergic to them, delicious and will keeps me wanting for more.

Chopsuey - Popular Filipino-Chinese dish of mixed vegetables.

When I was young, I remember eating green mango with bagoong alamang every summer. Also, my favorite dish Kare-Kare is best served with Bagoong Alamang. My husband taught me how to cook Pinakbet. I was glad that Master Garden has its unique version of Binagoongan Ala Malabon - Crispy Golden brown pork belly sauteed in Bagoong Alamang on top of Grilled eggplant, also a must try.

Interestingly, all I have known Filipino favorites can be found at Master Garden.  Putok Batok or Crispy Pata is very satisfying and will make you ask for an extra rice please.....

Chef's Dessert - A sticky rice cake with fresh ripe mango topped with vanilla ice cream and mascuvado sugar and Chocolate Suman - Rice cake dipped in chocolate syrup.

Master Garden Events Place

Family Room KTV Entertainment

Inspired from a vision of establishing a first-class "Modern Casual Restaurant and Events Place" in Malabon City, owner Mr. Ernesto Chan build a 3-storey-building with parking lot up to 9 cars to complement the restaurant. 

The Main Function Room  at the 3rd Floor  has a seating capacity of 140 seat. It also house the Luxurious Function Room which can accommodate up to 90 seats intended for a Ballroom Dancing area.

Master Garden Restaurant & Events Place
7 Gen.Luna St., San Agustin, Malabon City
(+632) 3731524; 3731530; 0906-3629192

You may also visit their new branch at 310 Tomas Morato Ext.,,South Triangle, Quezon City

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