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Creative Treats: Something delicious and unique

Chef Josh Boutwood invites lovers to a dinner date at his “creative and imaginative” restaurant. 

Savage serves today until Feb. 15 a four-course Valentine Dinner priced at P4,400 per couple. The meal begins with a selection of snack to tease the palate, followed by the appetizer—in-house smoked salmon chive and dill. 

Mains are a choice among dry-aged Australian Wagyu striploin with house chimichurri, Roast Chicken for Polenta, and Grilled Seabass with Manila Clams and Thai Basil. The meal ends with Eton Mess, a delightful, traditional English dessert made with strawberries, broken meringue, and whipped double cream.

Savage is at G/F The Plaza, Arya Residences, McKinley Parkway, Taguig.

Topics: Josh Boutwood , Valentine Dinner , Australian Wagyu striploin
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