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Looking for a new food refuge, and a perfect place to hang out after work or during weekends; a place that does not limit their food serving to pulutans only but a restaurant where you can eat real good food.
Liberty Asian Refuge + Bar in Eastwood City takes liberty of making their style of food while focusing on Asian Fusion. It is not just a bar but also a restaurant that can accommodate both diners and drinkers; both barkada bonding and family gathering; a haven for people who do not just want to drink but to dine as well.
The ground floor serves as their “drinking area” where guests can choose from their wide array of liquors. From Japanese Single Malt, to Alcohol Whiskeys, to beer buckets and cocktails, Liberty Asian Refuge + Bar is the only resto-bar in Eastwood that offers these varieties.
While the second floor serves as the dining area. The open kitchen is very inviting to families and groups who want to try eating Asian Fusion with a twist of British and American that you can only find at Liberty Asian Refuge + Bar.
With a combination of an old school colonized food and their own style of menu, Liberty Asian Refuge + Bar is a sure hit to both Foreign and Filipino guests.
Here are their best sellers:
The Baos – thinned buns presented differently with fillings like: chicken, crab, pork burger
Skewers – Liberty’s pulutan version
And for the finale, you shouldn’t miss the Yuzu Cheesecake, Yuzu is a citrus fruit and plant originating in East Asia. It is believed to be a hybrid of sour mandarin and Ichang papeda. The fruit looks somewhat like a grapefruit (though usually much smaller) with an uneven skin, and can be either yellow or green depending on the degree of ripeness.
Liberty Asian Refuge + Bar’s interior can attest that this place is a stress-reliever haven.
It’s our food and cocktails that speaks to them. We do not want to up sell but let them experience what we offer -Chef Lady.