If your alarm clock doesn’t do the trick, then maybe an awesome breakfast will.
Even people who don’t like mornings can’t say no to a good breakfast. Luckily, some of these places in Quezon City open as early as 6:00am and most serve all-day breakfast to cater to those whose mornings start much later than others. Whether it’s pancakes, silogs, toasts with the works, or just simple good coffee you’re looking for, there’s a little bit of something for people of all appetites in the list below.
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And hey, if it’s too early to figure out where to go, that’s what Booky is for. Search for ‘BREAKFAST’ while you’re on the road to see places serving breakfasts around you.
The Brewology Cafe – Tomas Morato
The Brewology Cafe is a quirky brunch cafe offering small bites, baked goods and specialty beverages. They have waffles, sandwiches, cakes and pastries too. Read our full feature here.
Kumori Cafe – SM North EDSA
A franchise from Japan, Kumori (translated to ‘cloudy’) is a quaint bakery and cafe that promises fresh and authentic Japanese bread and pastries. Some of their must tries include the cheese tarts, hanjuku cheese, and more.
Cafe Dominique – West Triangle
Cafe Dominique is a casual family-run restaurant serving American fusion comfort food including buttered prawns, roast chicken, twice cooked pork belly, milkshakes, and desserts. Read our full feature here.
Wadough’s – Maginhawa
Wadough’s is a whimsical cake and dessert cafe that specializes in out-of-the-box and Instagram-worthy pastries. They also offer all-day breakfast meals, coffees, light snacks, and customized cakes for special events.
Little Owl Cafe – New Manila
Little Owl by the Lola Group is a neighborhood cafe great for a weekend chill with its cozy and minimalist design. They serve all-day brunch meals and pastas.
Ally’s All Day Breakfast Place – multiple branches
Ally’s is the first all-day breakfast joint in Teacher’s Village offering a design your own pancakes and waffles menu, which guests of all ages enjoy! They’re open at 7:30AM. If you love pancakes, here are 10 other insanely sinful pancakes to check out.
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Apéro – Corinthian Hills
Apéro is the newest neighborhood café along Corinthian Hills that serves a cascading menu, that means you can expect different menu items for each time of the day. From the French word Apéritif which means “to open,” Apéro is a slang term which is often referred to as “food eaten in the late afternoon or early evening.”
Costa Coffee – multiple branches
Costa Coffee, UK’s #1 coffee chain, serves a wide array of hot and cold coffee selection, snacks and desserts. They’re famous for their Mocha Italia blend and more.
Firefly Coffee – Sto. Domingo
Firefly Coffee is a neighborhood cafe in Domingo Ave. providing specialty coffee, other drinks, and more.
Happy Town Coffee Kitchen – Novaliches
Happy Town Coffee + Kitchen is a community coffee shop that serves coffee, food, and more. They also have a few board games and books to pass the time.
Common Folk – White Plains
Common Folk is a hip new coffee bar that promises #NoBadDays with their coffee and light meals including open-faced toasts and hot off-the-press sandwiches.
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K&L Cafe by Blushing Cupcakes – White Plains
K&L stands for sisters, Karen and Loren. K&L Cafe is bringing their home, Baguio, to Manila through the interiors and dishes they serve, which includes their popular cupcakes from sister company Blushing Cupcakes. Their Red Velvet and Dark Chocolate Truffle cupcakes are winners. You can visit as early as 7:00AM.
Tapsi ni Vivian at Bulaluhan – Lauan St.
A bulalo and tapsi joint, which opened in 1986, for early and late night eaters because it’s open 24 hours. Enjoy unlimited soup refills, as well as exotic dishes like ostrich egg and soup #5, if you’re an adventurous foodie. The original branch is in Marikina, so you might want to check them other popular Marikina restaurants here.
Stacy’s Home Cafe – Capitol Hills
Bright colors, oldies hits on the radio, and all day breakfast – talk about a “pop” to start your day. They serve up a cup of popcorn with a little pretzel just to settle the stomach. Try something different with their Waikiki Omu Rice, which is bits of spam served with a Japanese-style omelette rice.
Mom & Tina’s Bakery Cafe – Sgt. Esguerra
Mom & Tina’s is a bakery cafe borne out of a mother and daughter’s passion for producing traditional home cooked meals and fresh out of the oven pastries and baked goodies, whose recipes have been with the family for decades. You are sure to come out with a happy belly. Operations start at 7:00AM.
Pi Breakfast and Pies – Malingap
Just a few streets away from Maginhawa is Malingap St. where you’ll find Pi Breakfast and Pies. It’s one of the places to have the most important meal of the day. Indulge in their famous Kitayama Wagyu Beef Sirloin Tapa on Kimchi Rice and Caramelized Spam starting at 7:00AM.
You can do better than just cereals in the morning. C’mon.