(This feature was published in Spot.ph last August 30, 2018)
You might be more familiar with the omakase-style Japanese restaurant next door or the famous ramen joint near that almost always has a queue, but not many have heard about 210 Degrees Kitchen + Drinkery, a low-profile restaurant at Icon Plaza in BGC.
For over a year now, this neighborhood hangout has been silently serving sophisticated yet fun cuisine to diners. Think of it as the baby sister who’s being overshadowed by its elder siblings. She may be the littlest one, but she’s still worth knowing.
210 Degrees Kitchen + Drinkery used to be under the helm of Chef William Mahi, who came from two Michelin-starred restaurant Spondi, but the former recently had a total revamp in its menu.
“Now, our cuisine, I would say, is globally inspired, shares Head Chef Josiah Alexis Sanga, who was previously the sous chef of Mahi. With his training under Mahi’s tutelage, plus his experience working in Jean-Georges Restaurants, he came up with his own brand of cuisine that brings together the best of French techniques, Asian influences, and inspirations from his travels. “Now, we have pasta on the menu, burrata, fried chicken, and soon, burgers.”
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