12 Romantic Brunch Spots To Visit in BGC, Taguig


Brunch is the answer to everything.

What’s better than breakfast? Brunch, nothing else.

What makes it so special is that you don’t have to wake up too early nor too late, and whatever you eat is going to count as just one full meal. You even have an excuse to drink alcohol on the side, because it’s brunch!

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So if you’re planning to head over to BGC with your amigas, here are some of the best brunch spots you can try.

Green Pastures

Green Pastures is a farm-to-table restaurant concept created by Chef Robby Goco of crowd-favorite Cyma. Their newest BGC branch serves breakfast meals such as buttermilk pancakes, breakfast bowls, and more. Read more it here.

Also read: 15 Popular Restaurants You Didn’t Know Give Free Desserts
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G/F Net Park Bldg, between 4th and 5th Ave, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 277-5592

Early Bird Breakfast Club

The Early Bird Breakfast Club is an all-day breakfast cafe that has redefined and redesigned our breakfast favorites. They aim to serve ‘beautiful breakfasts morning, noon and night’. 

Also check out: 12 Beautiful Restaurants Perfect for Breakfast Dates
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G/F Fort Pointe 2 Bldg, The Fort Complex, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 808-9269

Single Origin

Single Origin is a commonplace for lovers of alcohol and coffee. It serves a hefty all-day breakfast menu, international comfort food, Lamill coffee, wines and draft beers. Read more here.

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2/F C3 Bonifacio High Street Central, 7th Avenue cor 30th St, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 894-4042

Crisp on 28th

Crisp on 28th is a neighborhood cafe by ‘the fat kid inside’ Erwan Heussaff. It serves all-day breakfast and international favorites with a modern twist, presented on beautiful vintage plates.

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G/F Alveo Corp Center, 28th St, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 958-5039

Chelsea Grand Cafe

A more romantic version of your usual Chelsea Kitchen, Chelsea Grand Cafe is more homey and relaxed. Some of their best-sellers from the other branches are still in the menu including their signature roast beef, and they also have a brunch buffet from 10am-3pm every Sunday.

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G/F Serendra Piazza, Mc Kinley Parkway, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 909-7011

The Wholesome Table

The Wholesome Table is an organic restaurant serving healthy comfort food and an early breakfast menu by Bianca Araneta-Elizalde. All produce is organic and sourced locally where possible, the meat is pasture-raised and ingredients are not processed or refined.

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30th St Corner 7th Ave Bonifacio High Street Central, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 621-4111

Wildflour Cafe + Bakery

Wildflour Café + Bakery offers international fare and specialty pastries, famous for being the first purveyor of the wildly popular cronuts in Manila.

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G/F Net Lima Bldg, 4th Ave cor 26th St, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 856-7600

7107 Culture + Cuisine

7107 Culture + Cuisine is a culinary and hospitality food hall that aims to promote the Filipino heritage through art and modern local food. They’re known for reinventing beloved classic dishes into their own, unique versions. Read more here.

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G/F Treston International College, University Parkway District, 32nd St cor C-5 Rd, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(0917) 807-8023

Unit 27 Apartment Bar + Cafe

Unit 27 Apartment Bar + Cafe is an all-day brunch cafe and an all-night party house. They offer modern Western comfort food by Chef Francis Tolentino of The Lake House District in Tagaytay.

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Icon Plaza, 26th st cor 7th ave (across Fort Strip), Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 894-1692

Fowlbread

Fowlbread is a hidden restaurant offering Asian comfort food with a twist. It’s a Bad Bird spin-off that specializes in fried chicken sandwiches, noodles, and dumplings.

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Building 3, Bonifacio High Street, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 799-2571

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Brera Delicatessen

Brera Delicatessen is a deli, bakery and restaurant that offers premium selection of the finest breads, cheese, wine, and even steaks. You can choose your choice of meat and have it grilled on the spot, and maybe buy a bottle of wine for that added ‘oomph’ to your brunch. 

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Unit 9 Acacia Town Center, Acacia Estates, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 451-1169

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Providore

Providore is the newest concept restaurant by the Raintree Group. It’s a retro-inspired, bistro coffee bar that serves hot plates, artisanal pastries, cakes, and more.

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G/F SM Aura, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 802-9448

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