The food is superb. But I have to tell you this, the place is not the place for the health conscious.
What led me to dine at The Perfect Pint is the almost endless persuasion of a friend to try their Kapal Face (Thick Face).
Mouthwatering don’t you think? The Perfect Pint’s Kapal Face is a cured crisp pork mascara served with fried egg. Yes, that is pork’s face right there. This artery-clogging meal is very tasty and perfectly fried to perfection.
For equally delicious but less guilty meal, their Boneless Bangus ala Forbes with Egg is must try. The fish is served in large portion and fried to achieve that crispy-in-the-outside-soft-in-the-inside.
To satiate your pangs for sausages, their chorizo macau could be the answer to your secret prayer.
The Perfect Pint introduced craft beer and food pairing, which is probably something new to the ears to some of us.
Alec Tempongko, one of the Tempongko brothers who owns The Perfect Pint, said that the gastro pub aims to follow a “1 + 1 = 3” formula, where the combination seeks to be greater than the sum of its parts. It pushes to bring a sense of umami to its customers – one that not only captures the saltiness of a dish in contrast to the bitter taste of a beer, but rather the outcome in pairing these two elements to create a more favourable experience overall. (Source: When in Manila).
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig