I got a taste of Moroccan-fusion cuisine at Fez Restro Pub in Serendra, Bonifacio Global City when IGersManila was invited to try their 3 new dishes. The place was cozy and what I like about the place was their Moroccan lights installed at the ceiling.
We were served with one of their nibblers, the Papadum Crisp. It’s an oven baked spicy indian crispers with a ramekin of yogurt dip.
Guests were welcome by their operations manager and introduced Fez new dishes: Persian Kebab Combo, Fez Merquez Pizza and the Moroccan Tangines.
Trying out this Persian Kebab made from fresh meat/ chicken and marinated in herbs and spices. Served with basmati rice and grilled on skewers with olives, cherry tomatoes and cucumbers. You can order meat, chicken or a combination of both meat and chicken. I like the meat better because its soft and tender.
The next dish we tried was the Fex Merquez Pizza. It’s a home made thin crust pizza topped with spicy merquez sausages and ground beef with prunes, apricots, bell peppers, cherry tomatoes and a generous serving of mozzarella cheese.
Of course the highlight, their Moroccan Tagine. Fez gave a twist to the tangine stew by segregating the ingredients.
It’s made of couscous with meat, black olives, mushroom. The rest of the ingredients were served separately and placed on these colorful bowl.
It comes with the sauce, tangerine jam, spices and these colorful candies (which I forgot what it is :P)
It was truly an afternoon Moroccan experience for us. Surely, we enjoyed the food and had fun taking photos of them.
photo courtesy of @marcabgonzales
1C07A Serendra Commercial Strip
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City