In this season of “ber” months in the Philippines, Soil’s food parade consists of creations with ingredients locally sourced from various provinces. Examples are Crispy Baby Squid w/ Chorizo Ketchup, Coriander, Lime (PhP350), a fair heap of squid served with mild chorizo drizzled with coriander leaves sourced from Quezon Province; Roasted Pork Belly, with Confit Potatoes, Apples, & Green Mangoes (PhP390), which is a sight to behold for its fruits, vegetables, and pork chunks altogether from Bulacan; Tiger Prawn Cloud with Prawn Bisque, Cereals and Coconut Cream (PhP560) with coconut cream from Palawan making this seafood dish sweet and creamy enough for your liking; and a lot more from their seafood-filled menu.
Roasted Pork Belly, with Confit Potatoes, Apples & Green Mangoes
Tiger Prawn Cloud with Prawn Bisque, Cereals and Coconut Cream (Photos courtesy of Soil)
And while the rest of these menus give a twist to your local gourmet experience, the farm-to-table dishes would not be complete without their choice of farm-menus. One of which is their simple and unpretentious Seared Tomatoes with Mozzarella Mangoes and Basil (PhP350) with fresh ingredients from their various suppliers like Organic Manila, Malipayon Farms, Owlcreek Farms, and Village Fresh Farms.
Seared Tomatoes with Mozzarella Mangoes and Basil (Photo courtesy of Soil)
Soil’s menu will also let you give in to the sweet temptation with their locally inspired sorbet desserts served with a modern twist such as the Lava Cake w/ Mint Sorbet, Aerated Chocolate, Choco Chip Crumble (PhP320) from South Cotabato; Granola Parfait w/ Jackfruit Sorbet, Coconut Yogurt, Dalandan (PhP320); and Sweet Potato Munchkin Bacon Ice Cream, Orange (PhP320) which are simply hard to resist.