I recently wrote about the Beef Tapa of My Little Buttercup and Whistlestop and will now speak of tapa yet again as you see when it comes to tapa there is no law of diminishing returns for me.
I like Brasserie Girolle at the Fort as it is one of the nicest watering holes for any price and my gosh their prices are very affordable making it my most recommended place for a first date. The dinner menu averages P400 per dish and the alcohol is simply among the best priced in such a premium location. They have Hoegarden on tap at P275 for the huge glass, local beer is P50 and they have their cocktail and wine promotions.
I digress, I am here to talk about their Beef Tapa. A French restaurant with Tapsilog? Sacrebleu!!! But if you care to gaze upon its vestige below you can see that it isn't some canteen beef tapa. The Brasserie Girolle Beef tapa is heavily garnished, comes with your choice of rice and egg cooked how you like. The beef is generous and it comes with tomato, carrots and what I think are spring onions. This is beef tapa fine dining style!
The tapa is on their lunch menu and on their pica pica menu. I am a bit ashamed to admit this but I had this at midnight after a night of drinks. I had one of the deepest sleep I had ever had because of my carbo crash as a result of my belly being filled to the brim with white rice right before bed. Abs be darned, I am having this tapa again!