The visit of the Benedictine Monks of the Transfiguration Monastery

Eiffel Kubo was honored to serve the Benedictine Monks of the Transfiguration Monastery, almost one month after their Blessing of our place. For the inspiration of all, let us share what their selection was, along with some pictures of this great moment…

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The Monks, Novices and their guests,with Most Rev. Father Savio, Prior of the Transfiguration Monastery holding a gamay pasalubong of the day he blessed our restaurant.

The Monks, Novices and their guests,with Most Rev. Father Savio, Prior of the Transfiguration Monastery holding a gamay pasalubong of the day he blessed our restaurant.

The Monks, Novices and their guests,with Most Rev. Father Savio, Prior of the Transfiguration Monastery holding a gamay pasalubong of the day he blessed our restaurant.

After the lunch, Eiffel Kubo kitchen team greeted by Most Rev. Father Savio.

After the lunch, Eiffel Kubo kitchen team greeted by Most Rev. Father Savio.

Dom Symeon;

Monks Coffee Mouse
Mediterranean Salad
Meuniere Pasta
Baguette

 

Fr Elias:
Mediterranean Salad
Creamy a la carts soup
Escabeche de Gustave
Kinilaw
Tinolang manok
Kubo French fries
Plain rice
St Emilion

Dom Diego and Dom Joaquin:
First Course
Creamy a la carts
Moulin Rouge French fries
Second Course
Plain rice
Parisian humba
Tanguige ratatouille
Kinilaw
Coffee cream pie

Dom Myron:
Mediterranean Salad
Moulin rouge French fries
Scampi-Chablis
Chef Lawrence special
Coffee

Dom Carlo:
Quails nest
Scampi Chablis
Kinilaw
Coffee cream pie
Happily Marinated

Dom Pietro, Dom Arcadius and Brother Jerusalem:
Quails Nest
Kinilaw
Tinolang manok
Kubo French fries
La crepe Flambese
Manok au vin (Dom Pietro)
Pugo a’lorange (Brother Jerusalem)
Escabeche (Dom Arcadius)

Rincoy and Billy:
Creamy a la carte soup
Parisian humba
Kinilaw
Plain rice

Fr Savio:
Creamy a la carte soup
Bicol express
Bibingka Soufflé