A wedding is an intimate gathering where people come together to celebrate a couple's love for one another. During such a rare event, the guests, together with the couple, feast on meals especially prepared to fit such grand celebration. Sutra Restaurant and Bar, a local restaurant located in the urban district of Fort Bonifacio, knows that food can make an event memorable, which is why they present couples with sumptuous Continental and Mediterranean dishes.

Sutra is an unexpected, yet very suitable, choice for wedding receptions for their delectable meals can make hearts melt with every bite. Whether couples opt to have a themed occasion, or a traditional one, Sutra's lineup of meals is guaranteed to satisfy even the most refined of palates. Guests can feast on flavorsome main courses such as crispy lamb spareribs, grilled New Zealand Beef Medallion wrapped in bacon, and grilled US top blade steak. Delectable desserts, such as pannacottas, crème brulee, and chocolate bread pudding, are also among Sutra's fare. A gastronomical fare of international dishes can be had for an affordable price, and the menu can be modified to accommodate the couple's preferences and budget.


In addition, this prime restaurant offers word-class fine dining service, which is suitable for couples who want to have a formal reception. Those who prefer to have a laid-back event may also get a relaxed table setup to encourage guests to be more comfortable.

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While the restaurant provides a nice atmosphere for weddings, Sutra also offers offsite catering for couples who've chosen another reception space. Moreover, Sutra's stellar team can accommodate receptions in and out of the city.

With Sutra's fine fare and top-notch service, couples can look forward to meals that warm the heart.

For more information on Sutra Restaurant and Bar, click here.


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