Last Tuesday, my good friend and Soul Mate, Kai, invited the Cupcake and I to cover Good Earth Roasts in the Fort Strip, BGC. Although the place is known as a night spot, with a great list of cocktail drinks and chill tunes to listen to with friends, it also boasts a contemporary menu of casual Asian cuisine at friendly prices.
It’s a chill place to hang out with after work with friends. The place isn’t your usual fancy club that requires wearing a certain dress code. You can easily grab a bottle of beer or a cocktail drink, have a seat in their cozy sofas, and just watch the live band performing. Despite it being known as a night spot, their fusion of dishes priced within reason, are great for lunch outs with colleagues.
We were served a variety of dishes including Century Egg and Jelly Fish (my favorite of the bunch! It was so scrumptious!), Siomai, Chisig, Crispy Pork, and Tom Yang Soup. We were also able to try the Jam Jars, which were their best-sellers of the cocktails.
Century Egg and Jelly Fish (Php 118)
Siomai (Php 78)
Chisig (Php 138)
Crispy Pork (Php 128)
Tom Yang Soup (Php 188)
Aside from the delicious dinner, we also enjoyed amazing sounds by Marissa Saroca from the Voice, and Aliya Parcs. Every Tuesday night, Good Earth Roasts in BGC hosts Band Nights where different performers and bands play from 8pm onwards.
To be able to accommodate its growing crowd, Good Earth Roasts will be expanding very soon so do watch out for it. And if you’re a huge fan of the Voice, drop by every Tuesday night for Band Nights! You’ll most likely catch a few of them performing for fun.
Good Earth Roasts
0917 200 6056