Monday, November 12, 2018

Wild Flour BGC Revisited

From 100 seating capacity , this branch of  Wild flour ballooned to as much as 2x its size since its renovation a few months back.

We were there for lunch yesterday, as usual on the prowl for a new restaurant to pig  out  in. Our family of 5  was incomplete. Bunso had a school activity while the 82 year old pa in law  sat this one out to  have lunch with the brother in law's family.

The place was packed mostly with expats...

Had the menu been streamlined a bit or am I imagining things?

The tenor of the place was still casual albeit rustic  and new york(y) with red bricks, wood  , black and white tiled floors .  A huge open kitchen commands attention seeming to be on an island on its own albeit still approachable with the absence of any doors and the see thru glass as walls.

There are actually 4 areas:

1. "Ground Floor " -- what you see when you enter the door. To your left is the Farmacy , cashier, restroom  and the baked goodies. Per the server, this area can seat 40 people at least.

2.  Kitchen - which is the focal point upon entering the restaurant. A huge area sans any door. It looked inviting enough for me to step in and take pics haha

3. "2nd floor " - where the old area  of Wild  Flour used to be. It is just a little elevated like two steps. You will find what I call the chef's table or a private room for 12 people.

4. "Patio"  - is the area outside which can seat a max of 100 people per the server I spoke with

The place is jumping. Service is fast and attentive. The smell of fresh bread and pastries make the mouth water, we just had to up and see what  is freshly baked.

A plethora of  baked goodies was  near the cashier giving off a feel of a bountiful dessert buffet. This bread-person was just overwhelmed with all the choices at my fingertips. I want to scoop them all up and bring them home haha.

Anyway, we ordered the following :

Mediterranean Salad  P460
raw tuna, israeli couscous, olives, white anchovies, tomatoes, french beans , garbanzo
Omg, I have forgotten how good the salads are at Wild Flour.  This one is even  better than the others I have tried before.  I love everything about it.  The chunks of tuna were fresh. The couscous were a delight . I have never tried white couscous little balls before...

Pumpkin Soup P270
chicken stock, bacon, cream, croutons

Comfort food at its best.  I can imagine enjoying this while its raining outside.

Carbonara P495
Home made pancetta,  parmesan, fried egg

One word - scrumptious

Crab Mafaldine P620
local crabs, butter, chili, lemon
It was really good. But for its price, I expected more crabs. This was 2nd son's order. I think he loved it but he was looking for more crabs too.

Mushroom Bowl  P450
whole grains, black rice, roasted mushrooms, sambal,  sweet soy
 This was first son's order. I love that its both healthy and delicious. I shall order this next time.

Blue Dream  P270
blueberries, strawberry, banana, yogurt honey
For something healthy, it was really refreshing  and tasty

Good morning sunshine P270
strawberry, pineapple, mango, banana, yogurt,  honey
Sorry forgot to take a pic. Another drink I plan to order next time

Vietnamese Latte P130
This was unica's order. She is the family's Vietnamese Coffee authority.
Her verdict?  It was good but she prefers condensed milk 


We are happy that Wild Flour is back in this part of the metro. It is a favorite branch of the family more so now that it is bigger and more spacious than before. But I noticed it is pricier now than before.

Our  bill amounted to almost P4,000 for the 5 of us (with drinks each and a take home box to boot)

Looking forward to trying out the new items in their menu.

I hope they still have  their sale daily on selected pastries from 7 pm onwards.

Wild Flour is located at 26th and 4th at Bonifacio Global City Taguig

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