February 26, 2017

Splice Events Place & Restaurant's New Menu Launch

"Change is the only constant thing in this world" - this popular saying is true enough. In the past I remember EDSA Central as a transportation hub and was quite a very congested and chaotic place as this was a major thoroughfare along EDSA and Shaw Boulevard. And then a few years ago it has undergone a major face-lift. It was transformed into a district with a vast network of mixed-use commercial and retail buildings, open spaces, pockets of greens and residential communities. 




The central structure in EDSA Central used to be a wet and dry market and now it has been transformed into a modern commercial building that houses retail shops, food outlets, and kiosks. One of the establishments here is Splice, which formerly brands itself solely as a restobar. Now it has re-branded itself as an events place and restaurant tugging with it a new menu line as well. 




Experience delicious comfort food at Splice Events Place & Restaurant, it is located at Unit 16-18 of the up-and-coming The Portal, Greenfield District in Mandaluyong City! Since mid-2015, Splice has been gaining popularity for serving a delicious fusion of unique yet homey comfort food at an affordable price range, and with its spacious yet cozy layout, is making a name as a go-to events place home to hip and happening productions and special occasions — including Spoken Word events, Geek Fight trivia nights, PR launches, company functions, baptismals, reunions, and a lot more.




At Splice, you are in for a treat with the wide range of food available on the menu and frequent promotions for patrons. Chef Benjo Tuason of URBN, Relik and Sobremesa fame also serves as head chef in the venture, bringing his culinary experience to the table. Their recently launched best-selling banner dishes include the Splice Sizzlers, Burgers and Pastas, sure to satisfy the hungriest of visitors. Other items on the wide range of menu include soup, salads, bar chow and wings. Desserts and drinks are also well-loved at Splice, making it a dining destination that that would suit any taste or personality.



STARTERS:

Sweet Corn Soup - rich, hearty and velvety soup. I love that the taste of sweet corn wasn't that very obvious and just only a hint. I don't really like soup that is sweet because if it does it isn't gonna encourage any more eating like other appetizers. It had the right level of creaminess and thickness to it.



Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad - Romaine Lettuce, Caesar dressing, bacon, Parmesan cheese and croutons. True to how a salad should be and something that gets your appetite going. The serving was big which gives you value for your money.




PASTAS: 

Spaghetti and Meatballs - beef meatballs in a rich tomato sauce. This meatball pasta caters to the Filipino taste as it had the right combination of sweetness and sourness to it. It didn't scrimped on the size of the meatballs either.



Puttanesca - tomatoes, olives, capers and anchovies. One of the things I love in this world are anchovies. Not all people have a flair for them but I always like them in my pizza and pasta. I think it's an acquired taste and not too much. The anchovies in this pasta balanced the somewhat sourness of the sauce.




Sun-dried Tomato and Creamy Pesto - fresh pesto finished with sun-dried tomatoes and cream. I love sun-dried tomatoes and I usually eat red sauce pasta with them in it. This was one was a good variety since the sun-dried tomatoes gave good contrast with the pesto flavor




BURGERS:

BBQ Burger - 1/3 pound beef patty, sautĂ©ed mushroom, bacon, caramelized onions, BBQ sauce and fries. The fries are good and cut to the right bite size, not too thick and not too thin. 



Chili Cheese Burger - 1/3 pound beef patty, pickled jalapeno, chili con carne, cheddar cheese and fries. The burger patty are thick and juicy. The chili con added a great amount of Mexican flavor to the usual burger.




SIZZLERS:

Bangus Ala Pobre - grilled milkfish, rice and buttered mix veggies. I love milkfish (bangus) especially the fatty part known as the stomach of the fish. It was fresh and the sauce complemented the whole dish.



Grilled Chicken Fillet - this comes with teriyaki sauce, rice and buttered mix veggies. I don’t have a good tolerance when it comes to spicy food but I like how the chicken tasted. It didn't just relied to just the sauce, the meat had good flavor. Surprisingly, this was my favorite of all the dishes that we got to try that day.



Beef Hamburger Steak - this comes mushroom gravy, rice and buttered mix veggies. The burger patty was tasty and so was the sauce that came with it.



Splice Sisig with Egg - Splice's own version of the well-loved sisig, comes with egg (not shown), rice and buttered mix veggies. I like that the chopped pork parts weren't full on skin and fat. It was flavorful as well and doesn’t need additional condiments to it (some still put soy sauce etc. to their sisig).



Aside from regular ala carte offerings, Splice promotions include a Sizzlers frequency card, wherein your 8th order of a Splice sizzler is free, and Barkada Nights — which features unlimited cocktails per order of our pre-selected Sizzlers.

Making the dining experience complete, Splice also hosts monthly quiz nights, Spoken Word events and regular acoustic acts to serenade the crowd. Unique, delicious food and drinks, a price range easy on the pocket, spacious and cozy layout for events, and regular entertainment acts — Splice is everything you'd want in a dining destination and more!


SPLICE EVENTS PLACE & RESTAURANT
The Portal, Greenfield District, Highway Hills, 
Mandaluyong City, Philippines
Contact Nos: 09179509489 / 09176246833
Website: www.themenugroup.com/splice
Facebook: facebook.com/pg/SpliceEventsPlace
Instagram: instagram.com/spliceeventsplace


For more information, complete menu and restaurant reviews, check out their Zomato profile: 
Splice Resto Bar Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
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