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Creating something that is all of unique, beautiful, and delicious is one achievement that a chef aims to attain. It is one thing to master the techniques, follow recipes, and serve up the most decadent of dishes. It is another to actually conceptualize them and bring them to life.
(SPOT.ph) Restaurant 101, Enderun Colleges' application restaurant, usually serves seasonal menus put together by their experienced faculty members. However, Chef Thomas Wenger (Enderun Colleges' Senior Culinary Lecturer and the restaurant's Managing Director) thought it would be fitting to have a culinary event suitable for the start of 2015.
Enderun Colleges never ceases to amaze me. Every time I find myself in the McKinley Hill Campus, there’s something new brewing. Be it the renovation of classrooms, construction of a new building, addition of new courses to the college offerings, or conception of a new menu at Restaurant 101, the ever-evolving process of Enderun makes me want to come back and check whenever I’m in the Taguig area. Lucky for me, I got an invite from my Alma mater to sample their latest restaurant creations, 101’s Market Menu as prepared and served by members of the alumni.
If you are on the lookout for that perfect place to dine with your loved one, friends, and family, then you might want to try out Restaurant 101 at Enderun Colleges. But take note that this is not your usual dining spot in McKinley Hill at The Fort.
New year, new market menu crafted by some of the school’s alumni. Went to dinner at Enderun’s Restaurant 101 to sample the new dishes, I’ve always wanted to check this place, an application restaurant of the school’s culinary program. We had a five-course dinner and was quite impressed with the food – the plating / presentation, the combination of flavors, and texture – good.