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This Is Where You Should Start Your South American Obsession

Pampas puts together the best of South American cuisine and presents it in a way Filipinos will love.
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In recent years, Argentine, Brazilian, and Peruvian specialty restaurants have been introduced within the Metro. What’s currently missing in the restaurant scene? A restaurant that brings together the beloved flavors of the South American region: Pampas Latino Bistro & Bar is a casual, all-day restaurant, located at the heart of Uptown Parade, in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

Pampas is named after a vast, sprawling natural landscape in the South Americas that stretches from fertile lowlands to the gaucho and their estancias. It reflects the multifaceted nature of the land and its people. South American culture is similar to Filipino. There's emphasis on the value of well-prepared food, the importance of relationships, and the bond that gets forged when both sides meet.

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A restaurant is a special social space where people experience good food (better when there's wine involved) and share stories. It's a place to return to, dependable and familiar. There are many restaurants around today, each with something new to offer. But when the novelty fades there is little to remember them by. Pampas counters this by serving all-time favorite South American dishes and fine wine, and delivering consistent service—all ingredients to a good time.

Excite your taste buds with the one-of-a-kind dim sum style appetizer trolley, which boasts a selection of crispy tacos, chipotle meatballs, freshly shucked oysters, and the onion fugazetta—an Argentine specialty that resembles pizza.

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Baked Oysters

Chipotle Meatballs

For the main course, prepare your palate for a wide selection of slow-roasted asador or parilla meats and steaks, as well as other favorites like crispy porchetta, grilled lamb ribs, and slow charcoal-roasted beef falda. Go ahead and knock it back with a Chilean wine.

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Alfajores

Oscuro

Satisfy your sweet tooth by indulging in the dessert selection. Try the choco torta, a chocolate layered biscuit with rich dulce de leche cream cheese, or the fruitier Malbec poached pears on Argentinian milk flan with crunchy granola. 

Pampas is at G/F Uptown Parade, 9th Avenue corner 36th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City; 946-3802; [email protected]; www.pampasmanila.com

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