For lunch or for dinner, you will never go wrong with Chateau 1771. The food is consistently good, the place elegant, quiet enough to conduct business in but busy as well to give you that feeling of being in one of the popular spots in the city. Besides, situated on the ground floor at the corner of Greenbelt 5 and its two outer walls in glass, Chateau 1771 offers watching an additional treat to the sumptuous menu.
The Chilean Sea Bass is a must; but if you feel like having a steak, try another house speciality, Potence. There's a little bit of drama when this grilled beef tenderloin is brought to the table and it'll douse the surprise if more details are revealed. Suffice it to say that you should make sure that you describe very well how you want your steak done. You and the chef might not have the same concept of "medium rare," for instance. To start your meal, try the Scallops Au Gratin; this delicious seafood morsel is sautéed in garlic and parsley, topped with cheese and covered by a golden brown cracker crust. For the piece de resistance, the Coffee Pie for dessert is to die for.
Tomato Cheese Fondue