Family Dinner at Kabisera ng Dencio’s

We were at Bonifacio Global City last Sunday hopping from Market Market to Serendra to Bonifacio High Street. We meant to try a new restaurant before going home, and hubby decided to treat us to dinner at Kabisera ng Dencio’s.

Kabisera ng Dencio’s is a classy, intimate restaurant that offers Filipino dishes with a twist.

We ordered four of their bestsellers, namely: the Sinampalukang Lechong Manok, Krispy Sisig, Sin-Turon and Pink Lady.

Sinampalukang Lechong Manok, Php519.00

This is lechong manok (roasted chicken) in tamarind leaves broth. We were all excited to try this because it was something new to us. This Sinampalukang Lechong Manok was all that our young man had with his rice, and you know what, he liked it very much! He only discovered that it was a bit too sour when he was almost done eating. Lol! We would have enjoyed this chicken dish more if the sourness of the broth had been reduced.

Krispy Sisig, Php255.00

What we loved about this is that the pork bits were really crispy, there were lots of onions, and it was served on a sizzling plate. Yummy!

Sin-Turon, Php135.00

This is turon with ube, langka and macapuno with ice cream on the side. This was sinfully delicious! We’d love to have this again!

Pink Lady, Php95.00

This halo-halo dessert has nata de coco, macapuno, water chestnuts, kaong, langka slices and sugar beets. It is called “Pink Lady” because it turns pink after mixing all the ingredients. There’s nothing extraordinary about this, except the color. Next time we’d like to try their Tsokolate Eh at Suman.

Overall, Kabisera ng Dencio’s is a lovely restaurant; the food was okay but a bit pricey. However, we wished there were more waiting staff at the second floor of the restaurant where we dined because there were instances where there was none when we needed one.

Kabisera ng Dencio’s
G/F Bonifacio High Street, 7th Ave.
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
Telephone No.: (02) 856-5543

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17 Responses to Family Dinner at Kabisera ng Dencio’s

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  2. u8mypinkcookies says:

    what I like is their sinigang and sari saring sinugba

  3. I was about to say “pricey.” How was the sisig? Sin-turon I’d like to check out.

  4. Kim,USA says:

    Looks like the price is not that high. I am amazed of so many restaurants in Manila and they are offering good food.

  5. Julie says:

    I like the sin-turon, yum! 🙂

  6. Dencio’s sisig is my favorite but I haven’t tried dining at this high end version. Kind of pricey especially when compared to the normal Dencio’s.

  7. kai grafia says:

    Lovely! I’d like to try this out soon! 😀

  8. Pepper Tan says:

    I love Kabisera! I’ve been here only once, when my Scottish and Australian bosses treated us out to dinner. Even they love it. Now you’re making me drool big time! 🙂

  9. Sumi says:

    I haven’t seen this yet at BHS. Will definitely check it out next time I’m in the area. Love that it’s offering Filipino fare with a twist. Oh, and I like the name of the Sin-turon! So witty and fun! 😀

  10. roviedear says:

    Kabisera is like the high end (but same version) of Dencios. Nice naman but I prefer to go to Dencios para makamura ng konti haha 🙂

    The Bargain Doll

  11. MrsMartinez says:

    I want to try Sin Turon looks really sinful lol


  12. maiylah says:

    yummmy! everything looks real good, but that sisig got to me…lol. would love to order one of those someday!

    thanks so much for sharing and linking over at Food Friday, sis!
    …and congrats on being this week’s featured player! 🙂

  13. Rhea Bue says:

    I always drop by at this place but I never get the chance to really try their food 🙂 Their food looks delish! Would definitely love to try their dishes soon! 😀

  14. Janine says:

    So they are not affiliated to Dencio’s? That is the most common problem with two-floor resto -waiter’s absence

  15. Florence says:

    We dines here last weekend and our food was OK. I also think it is quite expensive. Nevertheless, we enjoyed our grilled platter of seafood. 🙂

  16. ava says:

    I’m always on the lookout for new eats and since I haven’t tried Kabisera ng Dencios, i’ll put that on my list!:) The Sinampalukang Lechong manok looks interesting!

  17. I love sisig! And their version looks so tasty. Too bad they are located so far away, but the next time we are in BGC, we will surely give this resto a try.

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