Having to dine in a wine cellar is a romantic way to go. Well, dining at Galileo Enoteca Deli, you could always be the romantic and never the hopeless! Enoteca means Library of Wines and it has all the good things a wine cellar brings- soft light, bricked walls, rustic everything and shelves of rare and exquisite wine, and oh the paintings. And sometimes, Michael Buble songs too.
Galileo Enoteca Deli started as a supplier of Italian wines and gourmet to restaurants in the metro. For the products to become more available to the many, they opened a wine store and shortly after, they came to serve Italian dishes which made the place more fun for wine matching.
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There is the a la carte way to enjoy the restaurant, but below are the other three ways on how to enjoy Galileo Enoteca.
- Family Packages – Bring the family or the big group closer together with this package. It offers soup, three kinds of appetizers, pizza, main course, second course, dessert, and beverage. This is quite much but as they say, those who eat well, eat Italian. It could be enjoyed by a minimum of 10 people and prices varies from P650-P1000 per head.
- Cheese Wheel Weekend – It gives you a choice of pasta to be mixed on either Parmesan or Pecorino cheese wheel. Mixing your own pasta and how you want it cheesed is a fun experience. It also comes with a glass of wine and is priced at P500. Fridays to Sundays only.
- Set Meal for 2 – It gives you cold cut meats and cheeses as an appetizer, two choices of pasta, two glasses of wine and dessert. Priced at P1700.
Whatever way you would like to dine, be assured that Galileo Enoteca Daily would only offer you fresh and homey Italian food. ??