Que Es Txanton?

e1Have you ever heard of a gastronomic place here in the Philippines where Spanish jamon and wine take center stage? I bet you haven’t. Lucky for us, this is exactly what Txanton has brought to our country. Txanton is the first jamoneria in the Philippines, opening its doors last November. Apart from the finest and rarest wine collections, Txanton have taken the best Jamon Iberico Bellota from four regions in Spain–Guijuelo, Huelva, Valle de los Pedroches, and Extremadura. Now we can have a taste of these otherwise foreign destinations. After all, there is no better way to get to know a certain culture than through its food and, of course, its wine!

Located along Pasong Tamo Extension in Makati, Txanton’s one-of-a-kind shop feels like a museum where all wine cultures and quality Spanish jamones meet.

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An “escaparate” of collection of wines and jamon holder.

 

 

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One of the cellars in the store with a huge collection of fine wines.

 

“Es un lugar donde jamon y vino son los protagonistas:” It is a place where ham and wine are the main focus.

Txanton is a bastion dedicated to the enjoyment and appreciation of only the best of wine and jamon, whether individually or paired together.

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Jamon Iberico Bellota from four regions- Huelva, Guijuelo, Extremadura, and Pedroches

 

Unique and creative as Txanton is, the very first jamon mural here in the country will welcome you as soon as you step into their shop.

    

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The very first jamon mural in the country.

The Txanton shop has three main areas. Up front is La Tienda (The Store), where you can find a huge selection of wines, jamones, cold cuts, olive oils, and belluga caviar to bring home, purchase as gifts, or to feast on on the spot.

 

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La Tienda (The Store): Jamon Iberico Bellota and wines– taking the center stage at Txanton.

 

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Wines and cold cuts haven!

La Gran Añada (The Great Vintage) is where you can enjoy a unique dining experience with a collection of 1,800 fine wines from our cellar to choose from. This room can accommodate up to a maximum of 10 for a jamon tasting, wine pairing with expert guidance, and with dishes prepared by our state-of-the art full-service kitchen.

 

    

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La Gran Anada (The Great Vintage)

The third room, the La Sala De Cata (The Tasting Room), can seat up to 12. Both rooms provide a classy dining experience but here, you can enjoy tasting and sharing wine, jamon, sandwiches, and other recipes on our menu on a more relaxed, private, and intimate corporate or social gatherings. If you wish to request for a dish that is not on our list, you can advise us at least one week prior to your booking date so that our chef can prepare the recipe.

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La Sala De Cata (The Tasting Room)

 Jamon and wine is a life experience that Txanton would love to share with you. Experience it here and know the difference. It’s all about passion!

 

TXANTON
2294 Chino Roces Ave. Extension, 2nd Floor Smithbell Building, 1232 Makati, Philippines
Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday – 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Telephone: +632 812-2040 (loc 112)
Email: info@txanton.com.ph
Facebook: Txanton
Instagram: @TxantonPH
Website: http://txanton.com.ph/

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2 thoughts on “Que Es Txanton?

  1. I would love to try the jamon and wine selections here sometime if I am in Manila. 🙂 Great post! 😉

    XOXO!

    JL (viajeracebuana)

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