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It’s a beautiful morning… to stay in bed.

They say that what we do first thing in the morning sets the tone for the rest of day. This is why I’m a firm believer in breakfasts. And the only thing better than breakfast food is breakfast in bed. I mean… what better way to start the day than enjoying a hearty meal in your pajamas and in the comfort of your own bed?

For most of us that are now working from home especially, a slow morning routine like breakfast in bed is a positive way to manage stress and unwind before the hustle and bustle of the day starts. And yes, we hear you! Not everyone has the time to make a fancy meal. So here are some food ideas along with the best places where you can get breakfast that will fit your budget any time of the month.

If you’ve got 100 or less

Lechonsilog – Aling Banang’s

Aling Banang’s has been around since 1930 and is famously known for their Pancit Bihon which is generously topped with crunchy bagnet slices. For a breakfast meal option, you can try their Lechonsilog for only PHP 80 which is a combination of fried rice, sunny-side-up-egg, and Lechon Kawali.

Available for: take-out and delivery via GrabFood and FoodPanda.

Aling Banang's Lechonsilog
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240 N. Domingo St. Brgy. Corazon de Jesus, San Juan City
(02) 8722 6398 | (02) 8881 0811 | (0905) 236 8721

Chocnut Champorado with Tuyo – Kanto Freestyle Breakfast

If you’re looking for a place to get ridiculously affordable yet out-of-the-ordinary Filipino and American breakfast meals, Kanto Freestyle Breakfast is your best bet. Their bestselling Chocnut Champorado topped with Tuyo combines two Filipino comfort classics bringing sweet, salty, and nutty notes into one bowl.

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast Chocnut Champorado with Tuyo
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Eggs Benedict – Kanto Freestyle Breakfast

Eggs Benedict is a common American breakfast or brunch dish that’s made with English muffins, bacon, poached eggs, and hollandaise sauce. You can get it for only PHP 99 at Kanto Freestyle Breakfast.

Available for: dine-in, take-out and delivery via GrabFood and FoodPanda.

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast Eggs Benedict
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6A 1st St. Pasig City
(02) 8775 5428 | (02) 8775 5468

Tapsilog – Rodic’s Diner

It’s no secret that Rodic’s Diner is one of the go-to places for tapsilog. They’ve been around since the 50s and have been feeding and winning the hearts of students, families, and everyone alike.

Available for: take-out and delivery via GrabFood.

Rodic's Diner Tapsilog
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2/F Urban Turf, UP Town Center, Katipunan Ave.
(0933) 218 7991

Bacsilog – Ate Rica’s Bacsilog

Ate Rica’s Bacsilog is home to the famous Bacsilog with homemade cheese sauce. The secret to their sauce? A few drops of Knorr liquid seasoning.

Available for: take-out and delivery via GrabFood and FoodPanda.

Ate Rica's Bacsilog with Homemade Cheese Sauce
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Unit-H 1059 Arellano Ave. cor Estrada Streets, Malate, Manila
(02) 8806 4277 | (0927) 408 6312

If you’ve got ₱250

Royal Meal A – Tapa King

Tapa King serves classic Filipino homestyle meals you can enjoy every day. The Royal Meal A includes crispy fried danggit, tocino, and everyone’s all-time favorite tapa that has the right amount of saltiness and chewiness to it.

Available for: take-out and delivery via GrabFood and FoodPanda.

Tapa King Danggit, Tocino, and Tapa
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16 Armal Compound C. Raymundo Maybunga Pasig City
(02) 8888 8272

Tapa de Morning – Recovery Food

Recovery Food is one of the first places that come to mind when looking for a place to eat late at night. But that doesn’t mean that their food can’t also be enjoyed in the morning. Their menu offers a variety of food from Asian-inspired noodle soups, home-style pressed sandwiches, to simple but comforting rice bowls paired with freshly squeezed juices.

Available for: take-out and delivery via GrabFood and FoodPanda.

Recovery Food Tapa de Morning
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G/F Crossroads, 32nd St. cor 8th Ave.
(02) 8511 7312 | (0917) 868 2668

Pork Bagnet Mangkok – Oink by Goto Monster

If you love Goto Monster then you will surely love Oink. They mainly serve Filipino dishes with carefully crafted, flavorful twists and among their bestsellers include the Pork Bagnet Mangkok.

Available for: dine-in, take-out, and delivery via GrabFood.

Oink Pork Bagnet
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Rockwell Business Center Sheridan St. Mandaluyong City
(0995) 510 3549

If you’ve got ₱350

Breakfast Platter – Rustic Mornings

Rustic Mornings was born out of Portia Baluyut Magsino’s love and passion for cooking and sharing delicious food. It started out as a private dining business called Isabelo Garden but is now one of the best all-day breakfast and brunch destinations in Manila.

Available for: dine-in (by reservations) and take-out.

Rustic Mornings Breakfast Platters
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11 Isabelo Mendoza St. San Roque Marikina City
(02) 425 8610

Fried Chicken & Waffles – Denny’s

Hailing all the way from the United States, Denny’s is one of America’s most-loved diners that started out as a donut and coffee chain. Now with over 1,700 locations worldwide, Denny’s is the place anyone and everyone can enjoy hearty and delicious breakfast meals 24/7.

Available for: dine-in, take-out, and delivery via GrabFood, FoodPanda, and Bistro Delivers.

Denny's Fried Chicken and Waffles
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Uptown Parade Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City
(02) 8772 3371 | (0936) 978 8894

If you’ve got ₱450

Chia Bowl – Wildflour Cafe + Bakery

A refreshing bowl of chia pudding topped with loads of luscious fruits from Wildflour Cafe + Bakery might just be the thing you need to jumpstart the day. They also offer other international fares, coffee, and pastries that make for the perfect on-the-go breakfast or brunch snack.

Available for: dine-in, take-out, and delivery via GrabFood and FoodPanda.

Wildflour Chia Bowl
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G/F Net Lima Bldg. 4th ave cor 26th st. Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City
(02) 856 7600 | (0917) 852 0950

S.O. French Toast – Single Origin

Imagine this: three cubes of in-house baked brioche served with blueberries, whipped cream, and maple syrup. And if that’s not enough to get you salivating, I don’t know what will.

Available for: dine-in, take-out and delivery via GrabFood.

Single Origin SO French Toast
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2/F Bonifacio High Street C3, 7th Ave cor 30th St.
(02) 8894 4042 | (0906) 268 8902 | (0936) 951 1768

If you’ve got more than ₱500

New York Breakfast – Dean & DeLuca

Nothing screams breakfast fit for a king/queen than Dean & DeLuca’s Cast Iron or New York Breakfast. It features Butifarra sausage, bacon, grilled tomato, farm-fresh free-range eggs, sautéed mushrooms, roasted potatoes & grilled sourdough on the side.

Available for: dine-in, take-out, and delivery via GrabFood.

Dean and DeLuca New York Breakfast
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G/F Edades Tower Amorsolo Dr.
(02) 7958 3644 | (0917) 320 2715

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