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.
La Creperie – multiple branches
A French restaurant and dessert place, La Creperie offers up savory meals but specializes in crepes – savory, sweet, and even in cake form! Their savory crepes are the perfect way to kick off your day.
It’s perfect for: Those who want less pancake flavor and more filling. Also, those who want to customize and create their own crepes.
Notable dishes they offer: Quatre Fromages Crepe (₱405), Angus Beef (₱395)
Kandle Café – Mother Ignacia
Kandle Café is a neighborhood cafe serving contemporary local dishes made with home-grown greens. Signature dishes include Mr. Egoy and Ms. Eggy pasta and the Kandle Burger. Specialty coffee and local beers are also served.
It’s perfect for: Those who want healthy takes on familiar dishes.
Recommended Dishes: Arrozcaldo (₱170), Kandle Burger (₱325), Cafe Latte (₱145), Mr. Egoy and Ms. Eggy Pasta (₱310)
Book with us and get P300 off your bill!
Kanto Freestyle Breakfast – Tomas Morato
Breakfast food at any time of the day is always a good idea. Luckily enough, Kanto Freestyle Breakfast serves breakfast favorites 24/7. The all-day breakfast joint serves as a modern and upgraded tapsihan/carinderia for a good time with friends.
It’s perfect for: Those who want customizable Filipino breakfast at reasonable prices or those who want breakfast at around 2AM in the morning.
Recommended Dishes: New Zealand Beef Tapa (₱146), Chocnut Champorado with Tuyo (₱99), Oreo Cookie Butter Pancakes (₱110)
Manna & Golde – Kamuning
Manna & Golde is a pretty and Instagram-worthy cafe, serving unique coffee, cold drinks, rice meals, pancakes, and porridge.
It’s perfect for: Those who are looking for Instagrammable interiors and dishes.
Recommended dishes: Autumn Roast Chicken Rice (₱235), Classic Cheesecake (₱160), Potato Celery Soup (₱125), Strawberry Milkshake (₱165)
Enjoy a P300 discount with Booky!
Green Pigs’ Kitchen – Tomas Morato
Don’t let the name fool you. Green Pigs’ Kitchen is a tea room and all-day breakfast restaurant that also serves a selection of Western, Filipino, and Chinese dishes. Whether for a casual meal, afternoon tea, or a private dinner party, this place is tea-rrific any time of day.
It’s perfect for: Those who are looking for an elevated tea time experience and those who are scouring for eye-catching, breathtaking tea sets to take home.
Recommended dishes: Baked Creamy Sole (₱260), Grilled Pork Belly (₱200)
Get up to P300 off your bill
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.
It’s perfect for: Those who aren’t counting their calories as they have loads of sweets you can pair you coffee drink with. In fact, they even offer scramble milkshake for those who want a hit of nostalgia.
Recommended dishes: Beef Bulgogi Tapa (₱190), H.O.E Heaven on Earth (₱165), Ben's BAE (₱240), The Breakfast Pasta (₱190), Waffogato (₱160)
Get a P500 discount on Booky!
Kumori Cafe – multiple branches
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.
It’s perfect for: Those who want to enjoy quick bites, iced tea, and shakes while waiting for your barkada or family who may still be shopping.
Recommended dishes: Hanjuku Cheese - Original (₱49/piece), Peach Brioche (₱53), Apple Cheese Danish (₱62), Signature Cheese Tart (₱60)
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.
It’s perfect for: Those who are planning to eat with a big group of people and you want somewhere with good lighting perfect for souvenir photo ops.
Recommended dishes: Roast Beef with X.O. Sauce (₱295), Creamy Four Cheese (₱325), Mango Graham (₱195)
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.
It’s perfect for: Those who love to treat themselves with cake since Wadough’s has a variety of cake flavors you can choose from.
Recommended dishes: Parmesan Cheesecake (₱180/slice), Tablea Yema Cake (₱1,750 for a whole cake), Breakfast of Champions (₱260), Black Bottom Cupcake (₱95/piece), Mango Graham Float with Salted Caramel (₱190), Pesto Walnut Grilled Cheese (₱220), Black Bottom Cake (₱185/slice)
Get a P300 discount here!
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.
It’s perfect for: Those who like white, open spaces to dine in and also those who love Toby’s Estate coffee since their coffee drinks come from there.
Notable dishes they offer: Sirloin Tapa Silog (₱325), Shrimp & Aligue (₱350), Chicken & Waffle (₱270)
Book with us and get P300 off!
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.
It’s perfect for: Those who want to DIY their pancakes and waffles.
Notable dishes they offer: Bagnet (₱260), Toffee Banana (₱235/2 pcs. of pancakes), S'mores (₱235/2 pcs. of pancakes)
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.”
It’s perfect for: Those who are looking for a province-like escape complete with luxurious French breakfast dishes, the aroma of fresh bread baking, and calming interiors.
Recommended dishes: Smoked Roasted Duck Porchetta (₱620), Duck Confit du Marche (₱₱680)
Firefly Coffee – Sto. Domingo
Firefly Coffee is a neighborhood cafe in Domingo Ave. providing specialty coffee, other drinks, and more.
It’s perfect for: Those who believe that a good cup of coffee is one of the best ways to make one’s day infinitely better.
Notable dishes they offer: Dirty White (₱155), Ube Cheesecake (₱180/slice), Salted Egg Carbonara (₱280), Gouda Grilled Cheese (₱265), Skinned Potato Chips Good for 2 (₱129)
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.
It’s perfect for: Those who want an “eventful” morning in the form of competitive board gaming with friends or a trip to fictional worlds with your favorite characters.
Notable dishes they offer: Butter Caramel Popcorn Frappe (₱140), Hot White Mocha (₱130), Classic Cheeseburger (₱149), BBQ Coffee Pork Ribs 9₱199), Shrimp Aligue Pasta (₱159)
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.
It’s perfect for: Those who want quiet mornings in comfy, cozy interiors with a cup of coffee and mouthwatering brunch dishes.
Recommended dishes: Cafe Latte (₱150), Milk + Cookies (₱120), Bacon Egg Carbonara (₱280), Say Cheese (₱280), Spinach Dip (₱180)
K&L Cafe – 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.
It’s perfect for: Early Risers and those who want to feel like they’re eating in Baguio without having to go to Baguio at all.
Notable dishes they offer: Session Salad with Strawberry Wine (₱249), Sinigang na Bagnet with Strawberries (₱389), Benguet Coffee (₱85), Famous Strawberry Calamansi (₱137)
Tapsi ni Vivian at Bulaluhan – Lauan St.
A 24-hour bulalo and tapsi joint for early and late night eaters. Enjoy unlimited soup refills, as well as exotic dishes like ostrich egg and soup #5, if you’re an adventurous foodie.
It’s perfect for: Those who want bulalo without having to go to Tagaytay and those who want tapsilog during an unholy hour of the day.
Notable dishes they offer: Tapsilog (₱80), Bulalo (₱225), Goto with Egg (₱48)
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.
It’s perfect for: Kids and adults alike who are amused with pastel colored interiors and those who want dishes which are familiar and family-friendly.
Notable dishes they offer: Hungarian Sausge Chorizo Al Ajillo (₱325), Banapple's Potato Salad (₱160), Bacon Fried Chicken Steaks with Milk'Shroom Gravy (₱305)
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.
It’s perfect for: Those who want a lot of brunch options to choose from as well as sweet-tooths who are watching their sugar intake as theiy have sugar-free desserts.
Recommended dishes: U.S. Chuck Steak (₱655), Salisbury Steak (₱475 for a Half Pound)
Roast – Katipunan
A hidden gem along Katipunan, right across Pan De Amerikana, Roast serves up all-day breakfast, comfort food, and coffee beverages that’ll wake you up in a slow, sweet, easy and no doubt delicious way.
It’s perfect for: Those who want Filipino comfort food with a little twist and those who want their fix of puto bumbong and bibingka no matter what time of the year.
Recommended dishes: Garlic Longganisa (₱145), Crispy Adobo Flakes (₱180), Bibingka & Salted Egg (₱125), Puto Bumbong (₱85 for 4 pcs.)
You can do better than just cereals in the morning. C’mon.