Where To Eat: Top Breakfast Spots In The Philippines This 2020
Bizu Pâtisserie and Bistro
Bringing the taste of France to every dish, one can expect a quality meal at Bizu. With its vibrant interiors and equally beautiful and appetising dishes, dining here is always a treat. Aside from their heavenly cakes and macarons, one can also marvel at their breakfast and brunch selections from 7:00 to 11:00 am.
What To Eat: Eggs Benedict with Salmon or Parma Ham, Omelettes, and Lobster Tartine
G/F Greenbelt 2, Ayala Centre, Makati City
This hip brunch spot sure made noise when it opened in Davao last year. If you find yourself scrolling through their incredibly tempting Instagram feed, know that their offerings are just as flavoursome and satisfying as they look. The combination of pink, peach, and green hues brings for a lively backdrop against the pastries and dishes that were carefully thought of and curated by the talented bunch behind Bondi & Bourke, Wade Watson and Patrick McCarthy.
What To Eat: The Oz, Love Bowl, Bramble Eggs Benny
115 P. Pelayo Street, Poblacion District, Davao City
Tucked in the ever bustling High Street at Bonifacio Global City, one can always notice the lively crowd dining at Elephant Grounds. Their aromatic coffee blends as well as largely-portioned breakfast items has made this restaurant a favourite briefly after its launch last year. But unlike other cafés where you can lounge around, study, or even work for long hours, Elephant Grounds gears more towards a fast-paced environment that caters to groups, which in turn adds up to the cheerful dining experience.
What To Eat: Duck and Waffle and Gruyère Grilled Cheese Sandwich
G/F One Bonifacio High Street, 28th st. cor. 5the ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Little Flour Café
If you're craving for something hearty and filling, then Little Flour Café is the one for you. Comfort always comes to mind when thinking of this dining gem, from its warmly lit fixtures and wooden tables to the food that brings pure nostalgia. Here, you can enjoy breakfast at any time of day—even during midnight!
What To Eat: Champorado with Danggit, Salmon Toast, and French Omelette
G/F World Plaza, 4th ave. cor. 31st st., Bonifacio Clobal City, Taguig City
This dining staple along Magallanes has brought us some of the most memorable dishes in the metro. It sure came as a nice surprise when they launched their brunch items available on weekends! Treat yourself to an elevated breakfast experience amidst a relaxed, fine dining set-up, and maybe add in a sip of mimosa (or champagne) to end the week right!
What To Eat: Waffles, Lemon Ricotta & Mixed Berry Compote and Scrambled Eggs, Beef Cheeks, Mushrooms and Foie Gras
3/F Alegria Alta Bldg., 2294 Pasong Tamo Extension, Makati City
One cannot visit Nono's without taking a bite of their famous Homestyle Fried Chicken that has found its perfect pair in the menu—waffles. They have mastered the balance between salty and sweet, crunchy and pillowy, so well that it has left lasting impression with diners.
What To Eat: Avocado & Egg Toast, Chicken and Waffles, and Eggs Benedict
G/F Phase 1, Abueva Entrance, Ayala Malls Manila Bay, Entertainment City, Parañaque City
Open as early as 7:00 in the morning, PAUL serves bread and pastries that are freshly baked everyday. Aside from their selection of aromatic breads, diners also get to indulge in other breakfast staples from France and a couple of Filipino classics. Enjoy dining in against the cosy interiors, or have their croissants on the go.
What To Eat: Croissant, Croque Madamé, and Omelette Complète
G/F Bench Tower, 30th st. cor. Rizal Drivve, Bonifacio Global CIty, Taguig City