This restaurant never lost its charm. The place was packed on a Saturday night and shortage of parking space did not seem to bother the diners (unless they live around the area).
Since R and I were quite famished, we quickly ordered Kimchi Fried Rice (PHP495) and Mac n' Cheese (PHP310). R also ordered one Baked Escargot (PHP75).
While waiting for our orders, we munched on the complimentary bread and chitchatted with R’s friends who were exhausted from braving the sun to walk around Fort Santiago.
After a couple of minutes, our Mac n' Cheese arrived.
R found the baked pasta a bit bland so I asked for parmesan cheese. But apparently, there is an extra charge for it. (WHAT THE?!)
We finally let go of the fact that the mac n cheese lacked taste when the kimchi fried rice arrived.
The beef brisket bits were flavorful went really well with the kimchi. It was a nice harmony of saltiness and tanginess. The sunny side up egg also added texture to the slightly spicy dish and made it so addicting.
The baked escargot arrived last and it was just so-so. The pastry puff and the garlicky butter were great but the baked escargot itself was quite ordinary and forgettable.
Overall though, it was still a good dinner thanks to the kimchi fried rice. I’ll definitely order it again. Or perhaps try the organic chicken R’s friends ordered.
Wildflour is located at Ground Floor, Net Lima Building, 26th Street, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City.