Start your mornings right with good breakfast and coffee.
Ever found yourselves frustrated because you just don’t know which places in the area are open for breakfast? If you work, live or have business in Pasig and find yourselves in this predicament, worry no more, because here are 17 breakfast or coffee stopovers in the area you can make before beginning your busy day.
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UCC Clockwork – Estancia Mall
UCC Clockwork is the UCC group’s latest concept store and foray into third-wave coffee, as well as special cocktails, healthy juices and Japanese desserts. The store highlights their in-house roasting machine, brewing equipment and a variety of local and international single origin coffee. If you are a coffee person, then we suggest you visit these 10 coffee shops for the best brew in Manila.
Kanto Freestyle Breakfast – 1st St.
Kanto Style Breakfast serves breakfast favorites 24/7. ‘Kanto’, which means street corner in English, is a local term for a point where friends decide to meet. They are the modern and upgraded tapsihan/carinderia.
Kitchen Diaries Cafe – East Capitol Drive
Kitchen Diaries Cafe is a cozy neighborhood and kid-friendly cafe serving all-day breakfast meals, pastries and coffee.
The Breakfast Club – Pioneer Center
Despite its name, The Breakfast Club serves a mix of dishes. More than just Filipino breakfast staples, they also serve popular Asian, American and Italian dishes.
Epic Coffee Roastery – East Capitol Drive
Epic Coffee Roastery, Kapitolyo’s go-to cafe for specialty coffee and sweet desserts. The place is youthful and welcoming, a bit of a contrast to its more sophisticated sister store, Poco Deli. Here’s an insider tip: you can order food from Poco Deli, just ask for the menu.
Cab Cafe – East Capitol Drive
Cab Cafe is a coffee and dessert shop found in one of the busiest streets in Kapitolyo. Aside from coffee and desserts, it also serves a number of starters, sandwiches, pastas and mains, as well as beers.
Breakfast @ Juanita – United St.
Breakfast @ Juanita offers breakfast comfort food that reminds us of home cooked dishes we loved while growing up. It serves more updated and contemporary dishes with the same charm of Cafe Juanita.
The Good Seed by Edgy Veggy – Brixton St.
With the rise of the slow food movement and vegetarianism since the early noughties, the beloved vegetarian restaurant Edgy Veggy on Brixton Street, Kapitolyo has expanded into many departments other than just a cafe. Currently a full service commissary and catering company, Edgy Veggy still continues to satisfy healthy cravings in the neighborhood with The Good Seed.
Poco Deli – East Capitol Drive
Poco Deli is a neighborhood delicatessen that gives you a glimpse of Europe. On the menu are deli meats, sausages, pizzas, wines, beers, artisanal ice cream, and more. Do not leave without trying their thick and juicy bacon slab. The couple behind Poco Deli also owns Epic Coffee Roastery.
Red Panda Bistro – East Capitol Drive
Red Panda Bistro is a casual dining restaurant that serves modern Chinese and French cuisine with wine. This restaurant is led by Chef Philip John Golding of the Golding Culinary Group. This is its flagship branch, it recently opened a newer branch in San Juan area. Check out 11 other new restaurants in San Juan area.
Sentro 1771 – Capitol Commons
Sentro 1771 is a Filipino restaurant that was the first to break boundaries found in time-honored and familiar homegrown recipes by infusing them with a delectably sophisticated and cosmopolitan dimension. Undeniably, the dish that put Sentro 1771 on the map is its famous Corned Beef Sinigang, which uses their own corned beef cured in house for 3-5 days.
Cafe 1771 – Ortigas Center
As the cornerstone restaurant at 1771 El Pueblo, Café 1771 offers casual and business diners a refreshing and welcoming spot where they can enjoy huge breakfasts, delicious sandwiches, rich pasta and unusual pizzas, as well as the dessert and pastry selection that has made it famous through the years.
Blushing Cupcakes Cafe – CW Ortigas Home Depot
Blushing Cupcakes was born out of love, passion and enthusiasm for baking and serving freshly baked and appetizing cupcakes, cakes and other pastries and desserts. Moreover, they’ve extended their menu to include homemade savory dishes and mouth-watering milkshakes and drinks.
Toby’s Estate Coffee Roasters – Robinsons Cyberscape
Toby’s Estate Coffee Roasters is a premiere roasting company from Australia serving specialty coffee using beans from owner Toby Smith’s estate, a multi-award winning coffee plantation named Finca Santa Teresa (FST) in Panama. Aside from coffee, they also serve delightful breakfast, all-day meals and pastries.
Eight Ounce Coffee + Kitchen – Fil-Oil Shaw
Eight Ounce Coffee + Kitchen is a gas station cafe serving all-day breakfast, pastries, desserts, freshly cooked meals like pasta and pizza, and specialty coffee blends from Douwe Egberts, Piazza Doro, Pickwick and their signature 8 oz. Cold Brew.
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