Wolfgang’s Steakhouse opens in Bonifacio Global City

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Two years and two Philippine locations later, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse finally finds a home in Bonifacio Global City – President and Managing Partner, Peter Zwiener’s highly sought out location.  “BGC is a beautiful, vibrant and cosmopolitan area of Manila and was the initial place I spent time when I visited the Philippines for the first time 6 years ago,” he shares. Wolfgang’s Steakhouse’s new location is not only the perfect place for every celebration this holiday season, but an ideal spot for a business lunch or lunch with friends, an enjoyable dinner, or a nightcap to unwind from the long day.

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Being the premier steakhouse globally, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is sure to enthrall the residents and neighborhood foodies of Bonifacio Global City. Its interiors alone are enough to get people talking, with wooden planked floors, alabaster chandeliers and abundant old-world, New Yorker charm. Even more exciting is Wolfgang’s Steakhouse’s promise of an unparalleled dining experience. The restaurant offers strictly USDA Prime Black Angus beef, which is dry-aged on premise under an environment with a controlled temperature and humidity for an average of 28 days. This proprietary process of dry-aging, completed on site to perfection, results in luxurious, meltingly tender and juicy steaks—served sizzling hot with a perfectly caramelized crust. Fresh cuts of meat, hand-picked by the steakhouse, are flown in (chilled, never frozen) each week.

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This expansion to the hustling, bustling city center of Taguig comes at the perfect time for Wolfgang’s Steakhouse to expand their clientele, reaching out to even more experienced diners and tapping into the tech-savvy millennial market.

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“All our dishes are Instagrammable due to the beauty, abundance and size of our dishes—from the sizzling Porterhouse to the seafood platters the thick slab of bacon to our salads, especially the Wolfgang’s Salad or Beverly Hills Chopped Salad, as well as the scrumptious and decadent desserts including our homemade New York-Style Cheesecake or Apple Strudel a la Mode,” Zwiener shares, expressing that each and every one of the dishes in the Wolfgang’s Steakhouse menu is well worth a double-tap.

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Also well worth a try is the Wolfgang’s Steakhouse lunch menu. Among their lunch specials are a variety of salads: the filling, garden-fresh Salad Nicoise, the sirloin-topped Steak Salad, and the refreshing Shrimp and Pomelo Salad which boasts of a distinct Asian flavor, among others. Capturing the true taste of New York are the selection of steaks. Some of the standout steaks in the lunch menu include the classic dry-aged Rib Eye, the Medallions of Filet Mignon with Mushroom Sauce or Au Poivre, and the Wolfgang Lite, which offers a quick lunchtime fix with a smaller portion of filet mignon steak and of the Beverly Hills Chopped Salad. Also on the menu is a mouth-watering selection of pasta, burgers and sandwiches.

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Apart from the delectable dishes, the steakhouse also offers guests a diverse, award-winning selection of fine wines from all over the globe. Wolfgang’s Steakhouse never loses touch with its commitment to serve nothing less than top-notch dishes at value-driven prices in a warm, welcoming environment.

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While the restaurant’s BGC opening crosses yet another impressive milestone off their list, the widely acclaimed restaurant shows no signs of stopping. With a burgeoning presence across the United States, Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong, Singapore and the Philippines, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse promises only high quality food and world-class service. Within the first quarter of next year, the revered restaurant will be unveiling new locations: their first European location in Cyprus, their sixth location in New York City, Jakarta, Boston and their third location in Tokyo.

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You can find Wolfgang’s Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener at the Lower Ground Floor, One Bonifacio High Street, 28th Street cor. 5th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City

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Stay hungry,

thehungrychef

Nathaniel C. Uy

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