Chill out nights at San Francisco Bistro Mckinley Hill Taguig

by Carol Ranas
6 minutes read
From the people behind Rue Bourbon, they bring their great drinks and yummy comfort food with a San Francisco vibe in Taguig. San Francisco Bistro is a great place to have a night cap and nurse a drink to drown the work stress for the day.

San Francisco Bistro is situated in Tuscany McKinley Hill, a developing business hub for young professionals. The bistro may appear quaint from the outside, but as you step inside, you’ll be enveloped by the warm vibe of the place. The wall decor will instantly catch your attention for the interesting pieces that screams of San Francisco.

Angeline, the managing editor of When in Manila, invited us bloggers for a laid back night to try SF Bistro’s dishes and signature Rue Bourbon drinks that they adapted. Here are some items I tried that night:

Roast Beef Fries

These are large cut fries with chunky bits of roasted peppers and savory roast beef. These fries are good especially with a bottle of beer. I might even ask for a cup of rice or a side of mash because there were generous amount of roast beef on the dish.

Chips with Spinach Dip

These are your typical nacho chips paired with a creamy and delicious spinach dip. These are light and a nice appetizer choice, specially if you’re ordering the big guns a.k.a their yummy meat dishes.

Truffle Pasta (Php205)

This was my main dish that night. It consists of creamy truffled garlic sauce with mushrooms tossed in linguine pasta. It was good. I suggest you eat this while it’s hot to fully enjoy its creamy taste.

Shrimp Etouffe (Php295)

This dish was ordered by the other blogger. It consists of creamy cajun shrimp pasta served with parmesan herb toast. It has a spicy kick because of the cajun. If you are into spicy and creamy pasta, this would be your pick.

Broiled Salmon en Croute (Php395)

Herb crusted salmon fillet with potato scallops on top with a creamy lemon butter sauce on the side along with buttered vegetables. You can choose for a cup of rice or mashed potatoes to go along with the salmon.

Baby Back Ribs (Php375)

This dish consists of slow roasted pork ribs swimming in SF Bistro’s own BBQ sauce. You can choose for a cup of rice or mash potato as side to go along the buttered vegetables. SF Bistro’s BBQ sauce was on a bit sweet side which our Filipino palate will definitely love.

Scoop of Ice Cream (Php65)

For desserts, we initially wanted to try the choco lava cake, but it was out of stock for that day so we settled for ice cream for our sweet tooth. I opted to share the vanilla ice cream topped with chocolate chips and chocolate syrup with a fellow blogger. We can’t help but take a lot of food shots that the ice cream melted before we can dig right into it.

San Francisco Bistro is the perfect place to unwind and have a drink or two with friends. They have the flavored beers that is known at Rue Bourbon. Tasty dishes and excellent drinks are a good combination for a bistro. Head over to SF Bistro with your favorite buddies for a fun night out.

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San Francisco Bistro 
G/F Bldg. 5 Tuscany Private Estates

Upper Mckinley Rd., Mckinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
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