It has been a long while since I last visited Wildflour but I still remember its delectable desserts and scrumptious pasta. And since I had an appointment right across the lovely restaurant, I decided to have a nice afternoon snack here before heading to my meeting.
Hello again, Wildflour Café + Bakery.
I was assisted as soon as I stepped in but the table where I was being directed to had a LOT of mosquitoes flying around. I quickly told the server that I’d rather sit elsewhere and she ushered me to the seat at the far end of the café.
After reading through the menu and not feeling very hungry, I opted to get Wildflour Reuben (PHP420).
While waiting, I was given a loaf of bread and Wildflour’s delicious salted butter. I managed to eat half of the loaf before my order arrived.
I was greeted by huge multi grain bread sandwiching homemade corned beef coleslaw and crisp potato chips.
I munched on the potato chips first and I loved it! It was thin, crunchy and lightly salted. It also had a slight burnt taste that I love. The bread was a bit greasy (perhaps it was pan toasted or fried) but it didn’t stop me to enjoy my sandwich. The homemade corned beef was succulent and far from being short of flavor. It was well complemented by the shredded veggies that added crunch to the sandwich.
I managed to finish half of the sandwich and had the other half and remaining potato chips to go. I ate my leftover the following day and… I was pleasantly surprised that still tasted good, if not better. This is one must-order sandwich!
See you again, Wildflour!
Wildflour Café + Bakery is located at Ground Floor, Net Lima building, 26th Street, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City.