January 20, 2018, 4:50 pm
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Chef Bletcher specially crafted à la carte menu

EXPERIENCE the new additions with the all-time classic signature dishes of the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award Winner’s signature outlet, Cucina’s new à la carte menu.

Executive Chef Alisdair Bletcher carefully crafts dishes from appetizers and salads, pizzas, sandwiches, main dishes, desserts, and a whole lot more, in the new à la carte menu. Adding to the new menu are new dishes that are surely savory, available anytime. Some of these are Grilled Ciabatta with Parma Ham, Buffalo Mozzarella, Semi-Dried Tomatoes, Arugula Leaves, and Basil Pesto; Smoked Salmon, Tomato, Buffalo Mozzarella, and Arugula Leaves Pizza; Australian Stockyard Long Fed Angus Beef Rib Eye; and Dulce de Leche Cheesecake with Banana Compote, and Ginger Ice Cream. Signature dishes such as the crowd-favorite Spanish Paella, Gratinated Fillet of Chilean Sea Bass with Lemon Parsley Crust on Wilted Spinach Leaves, and Chocolate Grand Marnier, are still in the diverse menu, satisfying every craving.

The all-day dining restaurant offers a versatile dining experience complemented by a well-curated spread of international cuisine that are heavy on flavours and is made from superior ingredients. From the usual symphony of taste, Cucina is consistently seen in bringing something new to the table. The new à la carte menu is available daily, 11AM to 11PM.

Cucina is located at the 24th level of the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award Winner, Marco Polo Ortigas Manila. 
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