Sartin: A Collection of Timeless Homemade Filipino Recipes
Last weekend, I was invited to go to Tagaytay City for the grand opening of Sartin Restaurant. Located in Summit Ridge, it is a 90minute drive from Manila.
Poised to become the next food hotspot in Tagaytay as it complements the city’s suburban vibe with a delectable menu, comforting ambiance and outstanding service. Expect a world-class food experience at Sartin through authentic Filipino dishes.
“Tagaytay is a perfect location for our first F & B operations management because aside from its picturesque views and cool climate, it is a culinary destination on its own. We want to make the Tagaytay experience more exciting and delicious for tourists and locals,” says Fresh Versoza, Chief Operating Officer of Josiah’s Catering, Inc.
Sartin Food and Drinks
One of the four Sartin’s Signature Dishes and Ilonggo’s version of Paella, this is made of turmeric, glutinous rice, topped with shrimp, pork, chicken, and vegetables.
Kalkag Fried Rice Php 215 (2-3pax)
Fried rice with dried shrimp, chives and garlic
Tarlac: Pritong Itik Php655
Nativ itik that’s cooked low and slow with oil, garlic, salt, pepper, herbs and then fried until crispy.
Lechon na ulo ng Baboy P949
Also one of Sartin’s Signature dishes, this Roasted half pig’s head is served with homemade thin breads, salsa, mustard leaves, burong isda.
Bacolod Negros: Pata Humba Php315
Pork pata, banana blossom, pineapple, saba, and potatoes
Quezon: Escabeche na Isda Php635
Fried fish in sweet and sour escabeche sauce with cilantro and mango salsa
Sartin Salad Php425
Mixed lettuce, red raddish, tomatoes, cucumber, onion, dried squid, tossed in pineapple vinaigrette. Topped with kesong puti.
Suwam sa Mais Php319
Shredded starchy corn, shrimp, dahon ng sili. Topped with crunchy chicharon.
Tarlac: Jet’s Kare Kare Php545
Ox tail, tripe and meat with special kare sauce and house made bagoong alamang.
Inspired by the three generations of the owners’ family from three distinct hometowns – Quezon, Tarlac and Bacolod, Sartin offers homemade Filipino staple with authentic flavors prepared in traditional way but is given a modern twist and an atmosphere only a Filipino family restaurant can produce. A place with an ambiance that will entice you to return for the experience and superb homey atmosphere.
Tibok Tibok Php 245 (1 Lanera)
Kapampangan flan made of carabao’s milk and lime zest.
This reminds me of so much childhood memories.
Vanilla Pineapple Cooler, Sago’t Gulaman, Iced Coffee
I really enjoyed the food here at Sartin. I recommend to try everything that I have posted above because they are all so good! I felt like I travelled to all three regions just by visiting the restaurant in Tagaytay City. The servings are perfect for sharing and are priced reasonably. A perfect destination for family and friends who are looking to explore more outside Metro Manila or to have a quick escape from the busy metro.
At Sartin, you are creating a unique family history every day just by sharing food and eating it together with them. Good food has a way of bringing families together, and anytime families gather – even to eat – family history is made. Sartin is a story of life, love and family.
To know more about Josiah’s Catering and its new ventures, visit their website or call (+632) 475-2703.