In just a couple of years, this casual eatery has spread its South American goodness to four (and counting) more branches around the metropolis. At Brasas, you get a taste of Latin American street food, authentic everyday fare that stays true to its roots, without changing anything to accommodate the Filipino palate. The flavor and quality of food come from the passion of the chefs in the kitchen. Chef Ian says, “Just like what is written on our board, ‘Aqui se cocina con pasion’ means we really cook with passion. It’s the mantra of Brasas.” There are no shortcuts with the dishes. If a recipe calls for something to be cooked for ten hours, it will be cooked for ten hours. They do use as much local ingredients for sustainability. Bestselling dishes include Puerco Asado, Carne Asada Wrap, Lomo Saltado and Patacones.
Branches are at The Podium, SM North Edsa, SM Jazz, SM Aura Premier, and Evia in Alabang. Visit BrasasPhilippines on Facebook for more information.
Original article published in Food Magazine.