The Goose Station is a play on the word "Degustacion", as per Sunshine and Rob Pengson, husband and wife, and owners of the restaurant. Degustacion is a culinary term meaning "careful, appreciative tasting of various foods, and focusing on the gustatory system, high culinary, and good company." And it's impact on The Goose Station is pretty obvious because all of their dishes are carefully selected, prepared, and unique from one another--Gourmet, to be exact. The Goose Station is not for the big eater because food quantities are pretty small. But if you appreciate haute cuisine, you'll love it here. Click READ MORE and check out my gastronomic experience!
Bread. on ze house! They also offered other bread options like foccacia and whole wheat slice.
Appetizer: Foie Gras Cone: It's Foie Gras wrapped in crispy yet tender wrappers, topped with a fruit- tasting like compote, macadamia (or pistachio?) nut, and micro arugula. Gosh! I hope I got the ingredients correctly! :D The only thing I remember is that it is soooo good!
Appetizer round 2: Crispy tuna spring rolls and ceramic spoons with lychee, mojito, grape, and something else. (please forgive my bad memory)
I never ate the one in the spoons, but I love the tuna spring rolls!
These are yummy rice crackers with Guacamole and Sinamak aioli, a high- class take on the traditional "Suka". LOL! So delicious!
Modern eggs benedict. I love eggs benedict, but this one's a bit liquid-y for my taste. If I remember it correctly, the egg white was missing, and it only had warmed yolk at the bottom and hollandaise (or was it bernaise?) sauce on top. A lot of my friends loved it, but not me. I guess I just love the traditional eggs benedict better!
24-Hour Steak- fork tender, almost fatless, and flavorful! Definitely how I want my steak to be.
A closer look. It has crispy onions, Haricot Verts, and a spoonful of mashed potatoes.
I would love to go back again to try their other dishes!
The Goose Station is located at G/F W Tower, 1117 39th st., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. (Not the W building at The Fort High Street. It's the one located a few meters from the back area of Market! Market!)