AS OF DECEMBER OF 2013, THIS PLACE HAS ALREADY BEEN REPLACED BY
BURGERS AND BREWSKIES
The Burgos Circle has slowly become a popular place for dining and togetherness. It isn’t a surprise, then, that the establishments can get packed, and your plans for a comfortable and hearty meal can even become a cause for stress. But a few shops remain that still give the quiet meal experience deserving of your buck. This is what Dinelli Gourmet is all about.
Dinelli Gourmet is a deli/restaurant for your cheese, meat and wine fix. The quaint ambiance with warm yellow lighting to sets the mood for a stress-free time. And to invite you to stay longer and fulfill your gastronomic indulgences, a selection of cheeses greets you in the counter that you can buy by the gram for dining in. A chiller that holds other meaty treats like steak, lamb, fish and fowl is on the side as well.
You can also have any of these cheesy and meaty treats for take-out, too!
The second floor is more spacious with a good view overlooking the lower floor and driveway. A wall filled with wine decorates one side along with some choice cakes and pastries in a chiller. The second floor is great for those long nights of good conversation with wine. complemented by their meals selections.
Speaking of food, grab some of their pizzas. The dough is more of the spongy-crumbly kind compared to the more popular thin crust ones. But the ingredients are fresh and you won’t feel ripped off. The four-cheese pizza is highly recommended to go with your choice of wine (or even more cheese)
For larger meals, the Caesar salad paired with the sea bass with mango salsa will be a good combination that you can share. The mango salsa is very flavorful already so just a few to taste with the sea bass will be enough.
Lovers of food with four legs will be happy to know that Dinelli Gourmet has steak and lamb. The lamb with creamy mashed potatoes tastes like it was well kept and cleaned. It is flavorful with no bad aftertaste you usually get from lamb and goat. With a good selection, you have to keep on coming to try more things on the menu.
Dinelli Gourmet provides a more relaxed dining experience in the Burgos Circle of Fort Bonifacio Global City, contrasting the other hustling and bustling establishments adjacent to it. It’s a plus that it also offers free Wi-Fi!
If you’re in the Burgos Circle or even the Fort Bonifacio Global City area and looking for that escape while having the rest of the modern lifestyle experiences just a few steps away, Dinelli Gourmet is one of the destinations to keep in mind.
Dinelli Gourmet has the following branches:
- Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. Tel. Nos. +632-666-3544
- Executive Lounge of Hotel Rembrandt, 26 Tomas Morato, Quezon City. Tel. Nos +632-373-3333 loc. 301
You can also visit their website at http://www.dinelli.ph/
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It would be A LOT better if you indicate the prices of the food. 🙂
You’re right. I think we had too much of a good time then that we forgot to take it down. As soon as we get the chance to go back, we’ll try to get the prices and let you know.
We’re on the lookout for a menu being made available somewhere online also. Thanks!
Hi! We were able to find a menu for Dinelli on myfoodtrip.com. There are some selections like the cheeses where prices will vary depending on which cheese and how much you get. I hope this helps!
Hi! I have eaten in both of their branch. I must say that the old menu in Dinelli Gourmet at One Mckinley is much better than the one in Burgos Circle. Their restaurant in Mckinley is much more cozy and private. Plus the gay owner in Burgos Circle is so annoying and arrogant.
Oh really? How was the old menu? We weren’t fortunate enough to try the One McKinley branch so it’s hard to compare. Maybe it was really a choice of how much foot traffic the area gets.
Yeah the foot traffic in Burgos is much better. But the menu in Mckinley is waaaay much better. They offer grilled salmon, seared wagyu and foie gras and they dont even charge you extra for the steak if you want to have it grilled. The ambiance and vibe is better. It is more relax perfect for the expats hanging in there during weekends.
Sounds really nice. You definitely got us at grilled salmon and seared wagyu with foie gras! Now what would be a good alternative to it if you say the Burgos Circle Dinelli’s not up to par?
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