What To Order From Conti's Aside From Baked Salmon

Conti's has a chicken + bacon + relleno dish that's Noche Buena-worthy!

Photo by Conti's Bakeshop

Conti's Baked Salmon is a famous dish that people order for either Noche Buena, Media Noche, or both. It's baked salmon with a cheesy crust on top and served with buttery peas and corn on the side. This seafood dish offers a refreshing break from all the ham, lechon, and the other sinfully delicious dishes that are typically served during the holidays.


But in the instance that you want to try something new or add something more to your order of baked salmon, Conti's does offer a variety of handaan-friendly dishes you can add to your Christmas or New Year spread. 

Conti's Lengua Estofado
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Beef platters you can order from Conti's:

Roast Beef in Mushroom Sauce

Price: P1,130/family size and P2,155/party size


If you want an ulam that' on the saucier side, you can't go wrong with Conti's bestselling Roast Beef in Mushroom Sauce. This is made with slices of tender beef swimming in delicious mushroom sauce.

Lengua Estofadoo

Price: P985/family size and P1,870/party size

Another saucy, beefy dish Conti's offer is the Lengua Estofado. This is made with fork-tender slices of ox tongue in mushroom sauce.

Conti's Bacon-Wrapped Stuffed Chicken
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Chicken platters you can order from Conti's:

Chicken ala Kiev

Price: P750/family size and P1,425/party size

If you're missing a chicken dish for Noche Buena, go for Conti's Chicken ala Kiev! This is made with deep-fried breaded boneless chicken breast that's filled with cheese and herbs, then topped with a creamy sauce to give it an extra oomph.

Bacon-Wrapped Stuffed Chicken

Price: P1,495/family size

For something extra mouthwatering and extra festive, go for the bacon-chicken-relleno combo from Conti's! The Bacon-Wrapped Stuffed Chicken is made with whole deboned chicken wrapped with bacon, then stuffed with their signature relleno meat. This is served with corn and broccoli.

Chicken Pastel

Price: P715/family size and P1,355/party size

Chicken pastel is one of the commonly served dishes during Christmas, but if you don't have time to make it at home, you can buy it from Conti's! This is a Filipino-style chicken pot pie that's cookied in a creamy sauce.

Conti's Baked Ham Roll
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Pork platters you can order from Conti's

Conti's Baked Ham Roll

Price: P1,765/family size

Let's start off the list with the star of every Pinoy's Noche Buena spread: ham. Conti's version uses homemade ham cooked in smoky pineapple brine then glazed and baked to make it tender. This is served with sweetened potatoes and pineapple juice.



Price: P395/family size

Embutido is a Filipino-style pork meatloaf that's always a crowd favorite, too.

Conti's Baked Prawns
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Seafood platters you can order from Conti's

Baked Prawns

Price: P1,115/family size and P2,115/party size

If you want to serve another baked seafood dish, Conti's has delicious Baked Prawns on the menu, too. This dish uses black tiger prawns and bakes it with Conti's very own special topping.


Rellenong Bangus

Price: P520/family size

Relleno is one of those dishes that are often served during the holidays. This is often made with chicken stuffed with different vegetables, but Conti's has the seafood version: Rellenong Bangus. They use milkfish and stuff it with assorted vegetables.

Conti's Lasagna
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Pasta/noodle platters you can order from Conti's:

Garlic Sotanghon

Price: P325/quarter size, P605/family size, P1,150/party size

If you have honey-glazed ham for Noche Buena, you can pair it with Conti's Garlic Sotanghon for a sweet-garlicky combination. This is a simple dish made with stir-fried sotanghon noodles and garlic.


Price: P525/family size and P995/party size

Conti's lasagna is as classic as classic lasagna gets! It's made with layers of wide lasagna noodles with béchamel sauce, and oregano-inspired meat sauce then topped and baked with mixed cheeses.


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