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Feed the North!

In the small chance that you haven’t noticed, Quezon City has undergone something of a culinary renaissance in recent years. Gone are the days where hungry, hardworking folk from Quezon City would have to make the trek all the way down south in search of great dining- if you want good food in QC, all you need to do is ask!

Whether you’re looking for Japanese, Korean, pasta, breakfast, or unlimited buffets, Quezon City has got your gastronomic cravings covered! Trying to tackle the whole of Quezon City would be too big of a mouthful to handle so we limited our scope to just three of the major food hubs and popular destinations.

MAGINHAWAKATIPUNAN

It would be unheard of to create a list of places to eat in Quezon City without mentioning the foodie mecca that is the Maginhawa to Katipunan connection. Thanks to the large, adventurous, and downright hungry population in the area, the demand for great restaurants is high and the competition is fierce, ensuring that only the best end up on your plates.

Naughty Nachos – Maginhawa Street Photo from Booky

A frequent chart topper on our “Most Loved” lists, it’s easy to see why Naughty Nachos has gotten so popular. They offer fan favorites such as burgers and fries, milkshakes, and even unlimited wings but let’s be clear, at Naughty Nachos, cheese is king. Their Nacho Volcano claims to be the biggest, cheesiest, and most addictive serving of nachos in the country! If you love cheese, you already know you that this is a must try.


View menu
View their Instagram account
95 Magiting St cor Maginhawa St, Teacher’s Village, Quezon City
(0927) 437-9031

Nono’s – UP Town Center, Katipunan Photo from @nonos.ph

Proving that casual dining and comfort food will always be an unbeatable combo, Nono’s is a modern Filipino restaurant that serves only surefire favorites. The Nono’s Homestyle Fried Chicken is so good you’ll start having childhood flashbacks while their Mac n’ Cheese is guaranteed to make you ask for seconds. Nono’s is a big yes-yes from us!

Reservations are accepted
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View their Instagram account
Level 1, Phase 1B, UP Town Center, Katipunan Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 958 5713

The Lost Bread – Maginhawa Street Photo from Booky

Before expanding into numerous locations all over Metro Manila, The Lost Bread actually started out as part of the famous StrEat Food Park in Maginhawa. They specialize in crafting fun, innovative desserts like The Carnival, a decadent mix of caramel popcorn, cotton candy, and vanilla butter cake. If you’ve got your sweet tooth going, then all you need to do is look for The Lost Bread.


View menu
View their Instagram account
StrEat Food Park, 91 Maginhawa St, UP Village, Quezon City
(0917) 821 21111
Pi Breakfast & Pies – Malingap Street Photo from .@breakfastnpies

An actual stone’s throw away from the main Maginhawa area is Pi Breakfast & Pies, located just along Malingap street. If you’re looking for an all-day breakfast restaurant in QC, it doesn’t get much better than this! Sumptuous dishes such as their signature Kitayama Wagyu Beef Sirloin Tapa as well as their sweet or savory pies will have you eat at Pi Breakfast & Pies for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!

Reservations are recommended  
View the full menu
View their Instagram account
39 Malingap St., Teacher Village, Quezon City
+63 2 441-1773

TOMAS MORATO – WEST AVE

Quietly hiding some of the best restaurants in Quezon City, the area from Tomas Morato to West Ave has long been a go-to for anyone looking for great time. Frequented by young professionals, students, barkadas, and families, this hub of must try restaurants has a place for any occasion!

Kandle Cafe – South Triangle Photo from @kandlecafe

On the lookout for that perfect neighborhood cafe in Quezon City? Kandle Cafe just might be the quiet, intimate, little spot for you! A favorite among those who live or work in the South Triangle area, Kandle Cafe offers a light, relaxing escape from the high stress world; whether you’re looking for an easygoing place to hangout with friends or if you want to fly solo and recharge with a good book, you’ll get what you need at Kandle Cafe.


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113 Mother Ignacia Ave., South Triangle, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 372-4504
Dad’s – West Ave Photo from .@dadsworldbuffet

When it comes to finding the biggest and best all-you-can-eat unlimited buffets in Quezon City, you don’t need to look any further than Dad’s. With cuisines ranging from Filipino to American to Japanese to Korean to many, many more, Dad’s has proven to be a great pick for big celebrations with family and friends for any occasion.

Reservations are accepted
View menu
View their Instagram
15 West Ave, West Triangle, Quezon City
(02) 372 8845

Nihonbashi Tei – Tomas Morato Photo from Nihonbashitei

We’re willing to bet that some of you didn’t know that this authentic Japanese restaurant, a tried-and-true Makati staple, had a branch in Quezon City! Nihonbashi Tei has been beloved by many culinary aficionados for years and the Quezon City branch delivers the same high quality and premium service. Offering sushi, ramen, yakitori, charashi, and many other favorites at affordable prices you really can’t ask for much more.

Reservations are accepted
View menu
Vizio Bldg., 281 Tomas Morato Ave, Sacred Heart, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 227 2065

Romantic Baboy – Eton Centris Walk Photo from @palateepisodes

The only way you haven’t seen or heard of Romantic Baboy is if you’ve had your eyes and ears closed! This unlimited KBBQ buffet has taken Quezon City by storm, opening up multiple branches in quick succession, and we are not complaining. This affordable all-you-can-eat spot boasts a wide variety of satisfying meat options to choose from and changes it up by adding Korean scrambled eggs and melted cheese to your grilling experience.

Reservations are accepted
View menu
View their Instagram account
Eton Centris Walk, Quezon Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
(0917) 112 0707

CONGRESSIONAL AVENUE – VISAYAS AVENUE

In a span of just a few years, the once quiet residential area found in Visayas Ave all the way to Congressional Ave has boomed into a thriving and exciting dining destination, boasting many of Quezon City’s must visit restaurants. With a stretch of food parks as far as the eye can see and new joints making a name for themselves, you won’t regret going on this food trip.

Chubs Chasers – Visayas Ave Photo from @chubs_chasers

At Chubs Chasers, bigger is obviously better! If you’re on the hunt for some seriously satisfying American diner-style goodness, then you’re in for a treat. They’ve got steaks, ribs, wings, skewers, tenders, tapa, chicken, chops, burgers- basically more meat than you’ll know what to do with- along with pasta, milkshakes, and all other kinds of good eats. Getting chubby has never been more worth it.

View menu
View their Instagram account
86 Visayas Ave, Quezon City
(02) 824 1753

La Carnita Modern Mexican Cantina – Visayas Ave Photo from Booky

La Carnita broke the internet just a few years ago when videos of their drool-worthy Nachos a la Bomba– a plate of nachos generously (and we mean GENEROUSLY) topped off with a serving of melted raclette cheese and meat sauce. Located at the Food Hyve Food Park, foodies from all over make the pilgrimage to La Carnita for a taste (and of course, for the ‘gram) of what this local Mexican restaurant has to offer.

View menu
The Food Hive Food Park, #80 Visayas Ave, Vasra, Quezon CityThe Food Hive Food Park, #80 Visayas Ave, Vasra, Quezon City
(0917) 551 8123

Samgyupsalamat – Congressional Ave Photo from @jabigaillin

What can we say? When it comes to unlimited Korean Barbecue joints, Quezon City is blessed. If your insatiable KBBQ craving won’t go away, then Samgyupsalamat has got your back. Samgyupsalamat makes stuffing yourself silly a lot easier with their flexible serving options, making sure that you pay and eat exactly what you want. So if you want to fill your belly without emptying your wallet, this is the place for you!

No reservations accepted
View menu
Lots 13 and 14, Blk 6, Congressional Ave., Project 8, Quezon City
(0917) 343 0510

Wow, well that was a mouthful- and that was just a taste of what Quezon City has to offer. If you’re ready and roaring to take a bite out of Quezon City, download the Booky app and get started on your gastronomic journey!

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Feed the North!

In the small chance that you haven’t noticed, Quezon City has undergone something of a culinary renaissance in recent years. Gone are the days where hungry, hardworking folk from Quezon City would have to make the trek all the way down south in search of great dining- if you want good food in QC, all you need to do is ask!

Whether you’re looking for Japanese, Korean, pasta, breakfast, or unlimited buffets, Quezon City has got your gastronomic cravings covered! Trying to tackle the whole of Quezon City would be too big of a mouthful to handle so we limited our scope to just three of the major food hubs and popular destinations.

MAGINHAWAKATIPUNAN

It would be unheard of to create a list of places to eat in Quezon City without mentioning the foodie mecca that is the Maginhawa to Katipunan connection. Thanks to the large, adventurous, and downright hungry population in the area, the demand for great restaurants is high and the competition is fierce, ensuring that only the best end up on your plates.

Naughty Nachos – Maginhawa Street Photo from Booky

A frequent chart topper on our “Most Loved” lists, it’s easy to see why Naughty Nachos has gotten so popular. They offer fan favorites such as burgers and fries, milkshakes, and even unlimited wings but let’s be clear, at Naughty Nachos, cheese is king. Their Nacho Volcano claims to be the biggest, cheesiest, and most addictive serving of nachos in the country! If you love cheese, you already know you that this is a must try.


View menu
View their Instagram account
95 Magiting St cor Maginhawa St, Teacher’s Village, Quezon City
(0927) 437-9031

Nono’s – UP Town Center, Katipunan Photo from @nonos.ph

Proving that casual dining and comfort food will always be an unbeatable combo, Nono’s is a modern Filipino restaurant that serves only surefire favorites. The Nono’s Homestyle Fried Chicken is so good you’ll start having childhood flashbacks while their Mac n’ Cheese is guaranteed to make you ask for seconds. Nono’s is a big yes-yes from us!

Reservations are accepted
View menu
View their Instagram account
Level 1, Phase 1B, UP Town Center, Katipunan Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 958 5713

The Lost Bread – Maginhawa Street Photo from Booky

Before expanding into numerous locations all over Metro Manila, The Lost Bread actually started out as part of the famous StrEat Food Park in Maginhawa. They specialize in crafting fun, innovative desserts like The Carnival, a decadent mix of caramel popcorn, cotton candy, and vanilla butter cake. If you’ve got your sweet tooth going, then all you need to do is look for The Lost Bread.


View menu
View their Instagram account
StrEat Food Park, 91 Maginhawa St, UP Village, Quezon City
(0917) 821 21111
Pi Breakfast & Pies – Malingap Street Photo from .@breakfastnpies

An actual stone’s throw away from the main Maginhawa area is Pi Breakfast & Pies, located just along Malingap street. If you’re looking for an all-day breakfast restaurant in QC, it doesn’t get much better than this! Sumptuous dishes such as their signature Kitayama Wagyu Beef Sirloin Tapa as well as their sweet or savory pies will have you eat at Pi Breakfast & Pies for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!

Reservations are recommended  
View the full menu
View their Instagram account
39 Malingap St., Teacher Village, Quezon City
+63 2 441-1773

TOMAS MORATO – WEST AVE

Quietly hiding some of the best restaurants in Quezon City, the area from Tomas Morato to West Ave has long been a go-to for anyone looking for great time. Frequented by young professionals, students, barkadas, and families, this hub of must try restaurants has a place for any occasion!

Kandle Cafe – South Triangle Photo from @kandlecafe

On the lookout for that perfect neighborhood cafe in Quezon City? Kandle Cafe just might be the quiet, intimate, little spot for you! A favorite among those who live or work in the South Triangle area, Kandle Cafe offers a light, relaxing escape from the high stress world; whether you’re looking for an easygoing place to hangout with friends or if you want to fly solo and recharge with a good book, you’ll get what you need at Kandle Cafe.


View menu
View their Instagram
113 Mother Ignacia Ave., South Triangle, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 372-4504
Dad’s – West Ave Photo from .@dadsworldbuffet

When it comes to finding the biggest and best all-you-can-eat unlimited buffets in Quezon City, you don’t need to look any further than Dad’s. With cuisines ranging from Filipino to American to Japanese to Korean to many, many more, Dad’s has proven to be a great pick for big celebrations with family and friends for any occasion.

Reservations are accepted
View menu
View their Instagram
15 West Ave, West Triangle, Quezon City
(02) 372 8845

Nihonbashi Tei – Tomas Morato Photo from Nihonbashitei

We’re willing to bet that some of you didn’t know that this authentic Japanese restaurant, a tried-and-true Makati staple, had a branch in Quezon City! Nihonbashi Tei has been beloved by many culinary aficionados for years and the Quezon City branch delivers the same high quality and premium service. Offering sushi, ramen, yakitori, charashi, and many other favorites at affordable prices you really can’t ask for much more.

Reservations are accepted
View menu
Vizio Bldg., 281 Tomas Morato Ave, Sacred Heart, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 227 2065

Romantic Baboy – Eton Centris Walk Photo from @palateepisodes

The only way you haven’t seen or heard of Romantic Baboy is if you’ve had your eyes and ears closed! This unlimited KBBQ buffet has taken Quezon City by storm, opening up multiple branches in quick succession, and we are not complaining. This affordable all-you-can-eat spot boasts a wide variety of satisfying meat options to choose from and changes it up by adding Korean scrambled eggs and melted cheese to your grilling experience.

Reservations are accepted
View menu
View their Instagram account
Eton Centris Walk, Quezon Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
(0917) 112 0707

CONGRESSIONAL AVENUE – VISAYAS AVENUE

In a span of just a few years, the once quiet residential area found in Visayas Ave all the way to Congressional Ave has boomed into a thriving and exciting dining destination, boasting many of Quezon City’s must visit restaurants. With a stretch of food parks as far as the eye can see and new joints making a name for themselves, you won’t regret going on this food trip.

Chubs Chasers – Visayas Ave Photo from @chubs_chasers

At Chubs Chasers, bigger is obviously better! If you’re on the hunt for some seriously satisfying American diner-style goodness, then you’re in for a treat. They’ve got steaks, ribs, wings, skewers, tenders, tapa, chicken, chops, burgers- basically more meat than you’ll know what to do with- along with pasta, milkshakes, and all other kinds of good eats. Getting chubby has never been more worth it.

View menu
View their Instagram account
86 Visayas Ave, Quezon City
(02) 824 1753

La Carnita Modern Mexican Cantina – Visayas Ave Photo from Booky

La Carnita broke the internet just a few years ago when videos of their drool-worthy Nachos a la Bomba– a plate of nachos generously (and we mean GENEROUSLY) topped off with a serving of melted raclette cheese and meat sauce. Located at the Food Hyve Food Park, foodies from all over make the pilgrimage to La Carnita for a taste (and of course, for the ‘gram) of what this local Mexican restaurant has to offer.

View menu
The Food Hive Food Park, #80 Visayas Ave, Vasra, Quezon CityThe Food Hive Food Park, #80 Visayas Ave, Vasra, Quezon City
(0917) 551 8123

Samgyupsalamat – Congressional Ave Photo from @jabigaillin

What can we say? When it comes to unlimited Korean Barbecue joints, Quezon City is blessed. If your insatiable KBBQ craving won’t go away, then Samgyupsalamat has got your back. Samgyupsalamat makes stuffing yourself silly a lot easier with their flexible serving options, making sure that you pay and eat exactly what you want. So if you want to fill your belly without emptying your wallet, this is the place for you!

No reservations accepted
View menu
Lots 13 and 14, Blk 6, Congressional Ave., Project 8, Quezon City
(0917) 343 0510

Wow, well that was a mouthful- and that was just a taste of what Quezon City has to offer. If you’re ready and roaring to take a bite out of Quezon City, download the Booky app and get started on your gastronomic journey!

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Feed the North!

In the small chance that you haven’t noticed, Quezon City has undergone something of a culinary renaissance in recent years. Gone are the days where hungry, hardworking folk from Quezon City would have to make the trek all the way down south in search of great dining- if you want good food in QC, all you need to do is ask!

Whether you’re looking for Japanese, Korean, pasta, breakfast, or unlimited buffets, Quezon City has got your gastronomic cravings covered! Trying to tackle the whole of Quezon City would be too big of a mouthful to handle so we limited our scope to just three of the major food hubs and popular destinations.

MAGINHAWAKATIPUNAN

It would be unheard of to create a list of places to eat in Quezon City without mentioning the foodie mecca that is the Maginhawa to Katipunan connection. Thanks to the large, adventurous, and downright hungry population in the area, the demand for great restaurants is high and the competition is fierce, ensuring that only the best end up on your plates.

Naughty Nachos – Maginhawa Street Photo from Booky

A frequent chart topper on our “Most Loved” lists, it’s easy to see why Naughty Nachos has gotten so popular. They offer fan favorites such as burgers and fries, milkshakes, and even unlimited wings but let’s be clear, at Naughty Nachos, cheese is king. Their Nacho Volcano claims to be the biggest, cheesiest, and most addictive serving of nachos in the country! If you love cheese, you already know you that this is a must try.


View menu
View their Instagram account
95 Magiting St cor Maginhawa St, Teacher’s Village, Quezon City
(0927) 437-9031

Nono’s – UP Town Center, Katipunan Photo from @nonos.ph

Proving that casual dining and comfort food will always be an unbeatable combo, Nono’s is a modern Filipino restaurant that serves only surefire favorites. The Nono’s Homestyle Fried Chicken is so good you’ll start having childhood flashbacks while their Mac n’ Cheese is guaranteed to make you ask for seconds. Nono’s is a big yes-yes from us!

Reservations are accepted
View menu
View their Instagram account
Level 1, Phase 1B, UP Town Center, Katipunan Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 958 5713

The Lost Bread – Maginhawa Street Photo from Booky

Before expanding into numerous locations all over Metro Manila, The Lost Bread actually started out as part of the famous StrEat Food Park in Maginhawa. They specialize in crafting fun, innovative desserts like The Carnival, a decadent mix of caramel popcorn, cotton candy, and vanilla butter cake. If you’ve got your sweet tooth going, then all you need to do is look for The Lost Bread.


View menu
View their Instagram account
StrEat Food Park, 91 Maginhawa St, UP Village, Quezon City
(0917) 821 21111
Pi Breakfast & Pies – Malingap Street Photo from .@breakfastnpies

An actual stone’s throw away from the main Maginhawa area is Pi Breakfast & Pies, located just along Malingap street. If you’re looking for an all-day breakfast restaurant in QC, it doesn’t get much better than this! Sumptuous dishes such as their signature Kitayama Wagyu Beef Sirloin Tapa as well as their sweet or savory pies will have you eat at Pi Breakfast & Pies for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!

Reservations are recommended  
View the full menu
View their Instagram account
39 Malingap St., Teacher Village, Quezon City
+63 2 441-1773

TOMAS MORATO – WEST AVE

Quietly hiding some of the best restaurants in Quezon City, the area from Tomas Morato to West Ave has long been a go-to for anyone looking for great time. Frequented by young professionals, students, barkadas, and families, this hub of must try restaurants has a place for any occasion!

Kandle Cafe – South Triangle Photo from @kandlecafe

On the lookout for that perfect neighborhood cafe in Quezon City? Kandle Cafe just might be the quiet, intimate, little spot for you! A favorite among those who live or work in the South Triangle area, Kandle Cafe offers a light, relaxing escape from the high stress world; whether you’re looking for an easygoing place to hangout with friends or if you want to fly solo and recharge with a good book, you’ll get what you need at Kandle Cafe.


View menu
View their Instagram
113 Mother Ignacia Ave., South Triangle, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 372-4504
Dad’s – West Ave Photo from .@dadsworldbuffet

When it comes to finding the biggest and best all-you-can-eat unlimited buffets in Quezon City, you don’t need to look any further than Dad’s. With cuisines ranging from Filipino to American to Japanese to Korean to many, many more, Dad’s has proven to be a great pick for big celebrations with family and friends for any occasion.

Reservations are accepted
View menu
View their Instagram
15 West Ave, West Triangle, Quezon City
(02) 372 8845

Nihonbashi Tei – Tomas Morato Photo from Nihonbashitei

We’re willing to bet that some of you didn’t know that this authentic Japanese restaurant, a tried-and-true Makati staple, had a branch in Quezon City! Nihonbashi Tei has been beloved by many culinary aficionados for years and the Quezon City branch delivers the same high quality and premium service. Offering sushi, ramen, yakitori, charashi, and many other favorites at affordable prices you really can’t ask for much more.

Reservations are accepted
View menu
Vizio Bldg., 281 Tomas Morato Ave, Sacred Heart, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 227 2065

Romantic Baboy – Eton Centris Walk Photo from @palateepisodes

The only way you haven’t seen or heard of Romantic Baboy is if you’ve had your eyes and ears closed! This unlimited KBBQ buffet has taken Quezon City by storm, opening up multiple branches in quick succession, and we are not complaining. This affordable all-you-can-eat spot boasts a wide variety of satisfying meat options to choose from and changes it up by adding Korean scrambled eggs and melted cheese to your grilling experience.

Reservations are accepted
View menu
View their Instagram account
Eton Centris Walk, Quezon Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
(0917) 112 0707

CONGRESSIONAL AVENUE – VISAYAS AVENUE

In a span of just a few years, the once quiet residential area found in Visayas Ave all the way to Congressional Ave has boomed into a thriving and exciting dining destination, boasting many of Quezon City’s must visit restaurants. With a stretch of food parks as far as the eye can see and new joints making a name for themselves, you won’t regret going on this food trip.

Chubs Chasers – Visayas Ave Photo from @chubs_chasers

At Chubs Chasers, bigger is obviously better! If you’re on the hunt for some seriously satisfying American diner-style goodness, then you’re in for a treat. They’ve got steaks, ribs, wings, skewers, tenders, tapa, chicken, chops, burgers- basically more meat than you’ll know what to do with- along with pasta, milkshakes, and all other kinds of good eats. Getting chubby has never been more worth it.

View menu
View their Instagram account
86 Visayas Ave, Quezon City
(02) 824 1753

La Carnita Modern Mexican Cantina – Visayas Ave Photo from Booky

La Carnita broke the internet just a few years ago when videos of their drool-worthy Nachos a la Bomba– a plate of nachos generously (and we mean GENEROUSLY) topped off with a serving of melted raclette cheese and meat sauce. Located at the Food Hyve Food Park, foodies from all over make the pilgrimage to La Carnita for a taste (and of course, for the ‘gram) of what this local Mexican restaurant has to offer.

View menu
The Food Hive Food Park, #80 Visayas Ave, Vasra, Quezon CityThe Food Hive Food Park, #80 Visayas Ave, Vasra, Quezon City
(0917) 551 8123

Samgyupsalamat – Congressional Ave Photo from @jabigaillin

What can we say? When it comes to unlimited Korean Barbecue joints, Quezon City is blessed. If your insatiable KBBQ craving won’t go away, then Samgyupsalamat has got your back. Samgyupsalamat makes stuffing yourself silly a lot easier with their flexible serving options, making sure that you pay and eat exactly what you want. So if you want to fill your belly without emptying your wallet, this is the place for you!

No reservations accepted
View menu
Lots 13 and 14, Blk 6, Congressional Ave., Project 8, Quezon City
(0917) 343 0510

Wow, well that was a mouthful- and that was just a taste of what Quezon City has to offer. If you’re ready and roaring to take a bite out of Quezon City, download the Booky app and get started on your gastronomic journey!

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We got you covered from morning ’til midnight.

Third wave coffee shops are the it places to hang out if you’re an old soul who prefers quiet spaces over loud night clubs. Most of us are tired of the usual international coffee chains that either misspell our names (lol!) or just simply serve bad, watered down coffee. If you’re a fan of our hipster coffee shop list, you’ll surely fall in love with our new cafe finds up north. Read on to find your perfect spot for your next study date or catch up session with your friends.

The Breakfast Experience – Tomas Morato

The Breakfast Experience is an all-day breakfast diner specializing in extra fluffy pancakes with fresh fruits and other toppings. Get your eggs benedict and coffee fix here as well.

Ideal for: Morning study sessions, late lunch meetups

Store hours: Mondays, Wednesday-Sunday 9 am – 9 pm.

Photo from @kirtudb Photo from @thebreakfastexperience


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85 Scout Fuentabella St, Tomas Morato, Quezon City
(0917) 300-5272

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.

Ideal for: Morning study sessions, brunch dates, intimate gatherings

Store hours: Monday to Saturday, 11 AM to 11 PM; Sunday, 9 AM to 9 PM

Photo from Booky Photo from Booky


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65 Broadway Ave, New Manila, Quezon City
(02) 501-2036

Ka Tunying’s Cafe – multiple branches

Ka Tunying’s is a bakery and all-day breakfast cafe that serves freshly baked breads and Filipino-inspired dishes, coffee selection and healthy juices. It is a venture by Ka Tunying himself, radio/TV host, Anthony Taberna and his family.

Ideal for: Quick breakfast dates before work, hefty lunch meals

Store hours: 7 am -9 pm

Insider tip: Enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 Arroz Ala Tunying with Booky! Read more here.
Photo from @chammyboy Photo from Booky

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Reservations are accepted
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Upper Ground flr Caswynn Bldg #134 Timog Ave Quezon City
(02) 366-1342

Costa Coffee – Robinsons Galleria

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. 

Ideal for: coffee sessions, on-the-go treats, short meetings

Store hours: Monday to Thursday, 10 AM – 9 PM; Friday to Sunday, 10 AM – 10 PM

Photo from @jamgump

No reservations accepted
View their Instagram account
Robinsons Galleria, EDSA cor Ortigas, Ugong Norte, Quezon City

Apéro

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.”

Ideal for: Brunch dates, “tita” meetings

Store hours: 8 am – 11 pm

Also read: 15 New Beautiful Restaurants for Ladies Who Brunch
Photo from @angeli.king Photo from @archiechiang

No reservations accepted
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Corinthian Hills, Temple Drive, 1800 Quezon City, Philippines
0917 511-3475

Firefly Coffee – Sto. Domingo

Firefly Coffee is a neighborhood cafe in Domingo Ave. providing specialty coffee, other drinks, and more.

Ideal for: Brunch dates, morning study sessions

Store hours: 9 am – 11 pm

Photo from @amaleader

No reservations accepted
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112 Sto. Domingo Ave, Sto. Domingo, Quezon City
(02) 717-3603

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. 

Ideal for: Catch up sessions, morning study sessions, and lunch dates

Store hours: 11 am – 10 pm

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2/F U10 Hobart Commercial Center, Zabarte Rd, Novaliches, Quezon City

Common Folk

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.

Ideal for: Brunch dates, morning study sessions

Store hours: 7:30 AM – 10 PM

Also featured in: 16 Beautiful New Brunch Spots Perfect For Your Weekend Dates
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79 Katipunan Ave, White Plains, Quezon City
(02) 277-6357

Cafe Enye

Cafe Enye (Ñ) serves signature fusion dishes that are inspired by colonial Spanish cuisine. Its menu shows a distinct character, as well as its bar list, which serves fresh coffee and tropical fruit drinks, handcrafted cocktails and craft beers.

Ideal for: Chill nightcaps, family dinners

Store hours: 7 am – 12 am

Also read: 10 Must Visit Restaurants in Eastwood City
Photo from @arrianeyy Photo from @marxcyrus

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Eastwood Ave., Libis, Quezon City
(02) 671-3230

Cafe I’m Here

Cafe I’m Here is a hidden haven inspired by the cute elements of Korea such as group-friendly bunks, tents, and table space. Come here for light meals, cakes, and milkshakes.

Ideal for: Late night study sessions

Store hours: 10 am – 3 am

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3/F CTTM Square, Tomas Morato cor. Timog Ave., Quezon City
(0935) 148 2320

The Brewology Cafe

The Brewology Cafe is an all-day brunch cafe offering small bites, baked goods and specialty beverages. Bestsellers include the s’mores brownie/waffle, pulled pork cheddar grilled cheese sandwich and crepe cakes. It’s one of the newest restaurants to open around the Tomas Morato neighborhood.

Ideal for: Crepe cake addicts, quick meetings

Store hours: 10 am -11 pm

Also read: 12 of the Most Beautifully-Layered Crepe Cakes in Manila
Photo from @kirtudb Photo from @thebrewologycafeph

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2/F 2 Scout Lazcano St cor Scout Magbanua St and Mother Ignacia Ave, Paligsahan, Quezon City

Kandle Cafe

Kandle Cafe is a neighborhood cafe serving contemporary local dishes using homegrown greens. Signature dishes include this Mr. Eggoy and Ms. Eggy pasta, praline cake and more. Specialty coffee is also served.

Ideal for: After dinner desserts, health conscious diners

Store hours: 10 am -11 pm

Photo from @alyannehaye Photo from @goldieluxxe

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113 Mother Ignacia Ave,Quezon City
(0998) 276-1571

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For all of you coffee addicts.

No explanation needed here. For all you caffeine-addicted foodies out there, here are the best places to get your coffee refills, with no extra charge!

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Denny’s – multiple branches

Denny’s is a 24/7 American fast food giant best known for its collection of signature Grand Slam breakfast meals. Aside from breakfast items, Denny’s also serves burgers, sandwiches, salads, FitFare meals for the health-conscious, and a kids’ menu.

Price: Unlimited coffee P95

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G/F Uptown Parade, 38th Street cor 9th Avenue, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 772-3371

Diligence Cafe – Katipunan

Diligence Cafe is a new study cafe in Katipunan that offers high-speed internet connection (up to 10 mbps!), unlimited coffee, snacks, napping and shower services. View full feature here.

Price: Start at P60/hour (includes unlimited coffee)
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2/F, Elizabeth Hall, Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City
(0917) 632-8455

Alqueria Restaurante Y Chocolateria – SM Megamall

Formerly known as Boqueria, Alqueria is an elegant Spanish restaurant with best-sellers like their Conchinillo, Paella Quezo Manchego and Lengua. Alqueria also serves great and quality churros, which they’re offering unlimited with coffee. Available dips include dark chocolate, white chocolate and dulce de leche.

Read next: Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in SM Megamall
Available: Monday to Saturday, 2-6PM
Price: P198 (3pcs churros + unlimited coffee)
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3/F Mega Fashion Hall, Megamall, Mandaluyong
(0916) 506-2569

Lombardi’s – multiple branches

Lombardi’s, from the Cravings group, offers authentic Italian dishes made from the freshest ingredients. Simplicity is its key element in creating its well-loved pizzas and pastas. It doesn’t stop there because Lombardi’s also offer Unlimited Cakes + Coffee all day, everyday!

Price: P250
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4/F Shangri-la Plaza Mall, East Wing, Mandaluyong
(02) 631-9762

IHOP – various branches

IHOP (a.k.a. ‘International House of Pancakes’) is an American breakfast chain serving their signature fluffy buttermilk pancakes and more American favorites–all day, everyday. Big coffee drinkers can avail the ‘Never Empty Coffee Pot’.

Price: Never empty coffee pot P125
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G/F Century City Mall, Kalayaan Ave, Poblacion, Makati
(02) 890-1474

Dolce Amore – Tomas Morato

Dolce Amore is a neighborhood cafe that serves serves all-day breakfast, international plates, pizzas and desserts. Any order of their breakfast favorites come with unlimited coffee!

Price: Breakfast meals at P180
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20 Lansbergh Place, Tomas Morato Ave cor Scout Castor St, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 376-1798

Torch – various branches

Torch Restaurant serves international fusion cuisine, their specialties include thin crisp pizzas, sizzling marbled angus steaks and oven baked sushis. But they also serve Pinoy and American breakfast (including pancakes and skillet omelettes) at their Greenhills and Circuit Makati branches which come with complimentary and bottomless house blend coffee.

Available: Everyday, 7AM-10:30AM (selected branches)
Price: Starts at P165
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G/F UP Town Center, Katipunan Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 287-8675

BONUS! Nanay Cirilas’ Kapeng Barako – Tagaytay

Nanay Cirilas is a cafe serving all-day Filipino and English breakfasts, and a whole lot of other signature native dishes. Breakfast is served with unlimited Kapeng Barako, a coffee blend which started way back in 1955 and should not be missed. They are open Friday-Sunday only. 

Price: P75 per cup / Breakfast with unlimited coffee P295
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Mayors Drive, Tagaytay City, Cavite
(0922) 291-3869

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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.

UPDATE: Check out the Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in Quezon City!

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.

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2/F 2 Scout Lazcano St cor Scout Magbanua St and Mother Ignacia Ave, Paligsahan, Quezon City
(02) 501-2138

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.

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G/F SM North EDSA, The Block, Quezon City
(02) 372-4355

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.

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42 Examiner St. West Triangle, Quezon City
(0906) 405 6199

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.

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154 Maginhawa Street, Sikatuna Village, Diliman, Quezon City
(0917) 708-7896

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.

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65 Broadway Ave, New Manila, Quezon City
(02) 501-2036

IHOP – Coliseum Circle

IHOP (a.k.a. ‘International House of Pancakes’) is an American breakfast chain serving their signature fluffy buttermilk pancakes and more American favorites–all day, everyday. Big coffee drinkers can avail the ‘Never Empty Coffee Pot’.

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G/F Coliseum Circle, Cubao, Quezon City
(02) 288-9735

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.

Insider tip: Enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 Triple Chocolate Waffles with Booky! Read more here.
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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.”

Also read: 15 New Beautiful Restaurants for Ladies Who Brunch
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Corinthian Hills, Temple Drive, 1800 Quezon City, Philippines
0917 511-3475

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. 

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Firefly Coffee – Sto. Domingo

Firefly Coffee is a neighborhood cafe in Domingo Ave. providing specialty coffee, other drinks, and more.

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112 Sto. Domingo Ave, Sto. Domingo, Quezon City
(02) 717-3603

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. 

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2/F U10 Hobart Commercial Center, Zabarte Rd, Novaliches, Quezon City

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.

Also featured in: 16 Beautiful New Brunch Spots Perfect For Your Weekend Dates
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These are your go-to breakfast places in Tagaytay.

Waking up in sticky, humid Manila weather is hard enough, and sometimes, all you really need is a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of the city – over some great coffee, of course. Luckily, Tagaytay’s got us covered on breakfast places that make the two-hour trip south of Manila worth the wait and your spontaneous weekend mornings a whole lot sweeter.

Update: Check out the Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in Tagaytay this month!

Chilly weather? Check. Great scenery? Check. Homemade candied bacon? Yes please. Quick warning, this list just might get you setting those alarm clocks ASAP.

Taza Fresh Table – Taal Vista Hotel Photo from @karasantos

Taza Fresh Table is an Italian-Mediterranean farm-to-table restaurant, whose name came from the Arabic word ‘taaza’ meaning ‘fresh’. It is Taal Vista Hotel’s newest restaurant, offering garden-inspired dishes with a scenic view of the Taal Volcano and Taal Lake. It’s for people who have a good eye for sustainable, high-quality ingredients. It’s not for people who are looking for grab-and-go junk food for the road. We recommend the French Toast, Chicken Waffles, Homemade Bacon, and Alugbati Salad. Our insider tip is to avail of their breakfast buffet which is just 300 pesos extra if you have an overnight accommodation at Taal Vista Hotel.

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Taal Vista Hotel, Kilometer 60, Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay
(046) 413-0000

Buon Giorno! – Twin Lakes
Photo from @kimvillaester

Buon Giorno, which means ‘good day’, is an Italian restaurant that aims to make your days better with their authentic Italian comfort food. It has indoor and al fresco dining options, where you can enjoy the beautiful Tagaytay weather and a view of Taal Lake. It’s for people who want a nice Italian meal without hurting the pockets. It’s not for diners craving for bulalo soup to keep their bellies warm when up in Tagaytay. We recommend the Buttermilk Pancakes, Salmon Risotto, Benedict Buon Giorno and Bruschetta. Our insider tip is try to get a reservation for the coveted ‘Opium Bed’ table.

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Twin Lakes, Tagaytay-Nasugbu Hwy,Tagaytay

Tsokolateria – Silang Photo from @roxievalino Photo by @jadeocmpo

From the Happy Concept restaurant group, Tsokolateria is an enchanting place for chocolate lovers! They serve chocolate-infused dishes such as pasta, risotto, desserts, and of course, tsokolate ah! It’s for people who don’t mind a little sweetness in the morning. It’s not for those watching their sugar. We recommend their Tablea Champorado, Spicy Tuyo with Bitter Cacao, and Tsoko Mallows. Our insider tip is to bring home a Tablea Sampler Surprise, a box of shot glasses filled to the brim with chocolate mixed with chili, cream, herbs, oranges, and more.

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The Boutique Bed and Breakfast, 45 Aguinaldo Highway Silang Crossing East, Tagaytay
(046) 413 1798

Java Jazz Coffee Shop – Tagaytay-Calamba Road Photo from  Java Jazz’s Facebook page

Java Jazz Coffee is a bed & breakfast, quaint cafe and art gallery. It’s for people who love Instagram-worthy interiors and appreciate indie, local art. It’s not for diners who prefer the typical Starbucks-looking cafe. We recommend their Kapeng Pinoy, Tsokolate-Eh and homemade pastries. Our insider tip is to get the low-lying tables and banigs for a picnic-style breakfast experience.

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442 Tagaytay-Calamba Road, Sungay West, Tagaytay
(0917) 483-7399

Cafe Voi La – Crosswinds
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Cafe Voi-La is a bright Asian fusion restaurant with colorful Instagram-worthy interiors located in Crosswinds, Tagaytay. It is a quickly rising one-of-a-kind concept by Ica Sebastian, who took its name from ‘boi la’ which means ‘to cook with leaves’ in Hoi An, Vietnam. It’s for people who appreciate the intricacies of Asian dining, spices and all. It’s not for people looking for a basic sandwich or croissant with coffee. We recommend the Chicken Satay, Thai Pomelo Salad, Garlic Beef Tapa and Salted Caramel Cheesecake. Our insider tip is to make reservations for weekends as the place gets easily packed. Read more about this place here.

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Iruhin Crosswinds, Tagaytay
(0905) 331-4457

Qiwellness Living – Aguinaldo Highway Photo from @qiwellnessliving Photo from @qiwellnessliving

Qiwellness Living is an Asian fusion teahouse, a bathhouse, and spa destination. It is inspired by centuries-old architecture, cuisine, and healing practices of China, combined with modern design, culinary techniques, and advances in wellness. The tea house offers a la carte menu as well as a ‘yin & yang’ degustation menu that changes with the season and would require an advanced reservation of 48-hours.

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Aguinaldo Highway, Brgy. Maharlika East, Tagaytay
+63 917 522-6969

Chateau Hestia – Silang Photo from @chateu.hestia

Chateau Hestia is a charming, country-style home restaurant that brings European flavors with a scenic view of lush greens. It offers years of curated recipes from Austrian native, Johannes Zehethofer’s worldly travels. Taken from Greek goddess Hestia who made sure the fire of Olympus never died out, it makes sure that their customer’s experience never dies out as well. It’s for people looking for an intimate, Instagram-worthy dining escape in the heart of nature’s finest views. It’s not for people who can’t stand having no signal or wifi. We recommend the Baked Crusted Salmon, Italian Cheese Platter, Chicken Ala Kiev, and Pumpkin Soup. Our insider tip is to book this place for special, private events as they gladly accommodate romantic set-ups for marriage proposals and the like.

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J. Hernandez St. Purok 5, Bukal, near Tagaytay, Silang, Cavite
(0929) 711-3289

Cecil’s Cafe – Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road Photo from @infinitesundays Photo from @tashiturn

Cecil’s Cafe is a humble spot for beloved home-cooked food and freshly-baked pastries and desserts. It’s for either small gatherings for the family or a titas morning out. It’s not for couples who want to try a lot of dishes due to the serving sizes. We recommend the Chinese lumpia, vegetable lasagna, and the sans rival. Our insider tip, make a home shopping trip on the side with their Victorian-inspired silverware for sale.

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CVI Building, ATI Complex, Puting Kahoy, Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road, Tagaytay
(0949) 353-8995

The Wild Juan – Tagaytay Nasugbu Highway Photo from @thewildjuan

The Wild Juan is a bed and breakfast Filipino-Western restaurant serving Southern comfort food. Its cool, laidback ambience gives you a feel of home with a great view. Their Western take on well-loved Filipino dishes (and vice versa) perfectly complement their selection of local beers. It’s for diners looking for a chill spot to enjoy heavy feasts and good beer. It’s not for people who don’t like Filipino food. We recommend the Adobo Flakes, Pulled Pork Sisig, and Gumbulalo. Our insider tip is to book an overnight accommodation at their place, which would already include your breakfast meal for free.

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Tagaytay Ridge, Km 68 Tagaytay Nasugbu Highway, Tagaytay
(0915) 432-4196

Cafe Carmencita – Aguinaldo Highway Photo from @ohohleo_ph
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Authentic to its homey vibe, Cafe Carmencita is actually a family-owned house with a built-in cafe serving comfort food and desserts that will remind you of your grandmother’s cooking. It’s for people looking for intimate family gatherings or romantic breakfast dates. It’s not for people who want wide coffee selections and a modern, city-like ambience. We recommend the Chicken Pie, Mom’s Beef Stew, and Chocolate Turtle Cake (especially when paired with coffee). Our insider tip is to bring insect repellent as the area, being really close to the outdoors, could make you prone to mosquito bites.

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Aguinaldo Highway Brgy. Kaybagal South, Tagaytay
(0917) 588-7913

The Lake District – Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway Photo by @eatswanderfull Photo by @thelakedistricttagaytay

The Lake District is a new restaurant and drinking lounge built with urban-industrial interiors that complement the cool winds and picturesque view of Tagaytay. The kitchen offers modern Western cuisine by Chef Francis Tolentino, who also co-owns and heads the recently opened Unit 27 Apartment Bar + Cafe in BGC.

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Maharlika West, Tagaytay – Nasugbu Highway, Tagaytay
+63 46 413-4186

Marcia Adams’ – J.P. Rizal St. Photo from @hyacinthcolina Photo by @kasbahdweller

Marcia Adams’ is a tucked-away Tuscany-inspired garden restaurant that serves Mediterranean dishes prepared by owner Marcia. It’s for casual lunches and romantic dinner dates. Reserve the sunset lounge for a majestic Tagaytay sunset view.

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JP Rizal St., Bgy. Sikat, Alfonso, Cavite, Tagaytay
+63 917 801-1456

Green Olive Cafe – Sta. Rosa Road Photo from @thegreenolivecafe

The Green Olive Cafe is a modern international board game cafe that serves garden-inspired dishes made with fresh, local ingredients. Apart from all day breakfast, you could enjoy your board game sessions over a scenic view of the rolling hills of Tagaytay. It’s for friends and families who enjoy active get-togethers with great food. It’s not for solo diners who want a quiet, undisturbed breakfast. We recommend their Cafe Supreme, Bacon & Eggs Waffles, and Gourmet Tapa. Our insider tip is to check out their bake shop for fresh homemade pastries you could easily take with you.

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San Francisco St., Sta. Rosa Road, Tagaytay
(0917) 850-4273

Concha’s Garden Cafe – Silang Photo from @conchasgardencafe

Concha’s Garden Cafe is a cozy, Spanish-Filipino style restaurant located in a quaint garden. The place offers a relaxing experience thanks to their home-inspired dishes passed from generation to generation, reflected in how the owner, Gemma, aptly named the restaurant after her grandmother, her culinary mentor. It’s for families and amigas looking for a hearty breakfast by the gardens without sacrificing the feel of home. It’s not for diners who can’t stand spaces that could easily feel crowded or tight. We recommend Bagoong Rice, Concha’s Old Fashioned Ensaymada, and Concha’s Spicy Beef Adobo Ribs. Our insider tip is to check out their nipa huts and wooden swing by the garden for a more unique, al fresco breakfast experience. Read our full feature here.

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Richland Estate 1, Sta. Rosa Tagaytay Road, Brgy. Puting Kahoy, Silang, Cavite
(0906) 922-4939

Narra Hill Tagaytay – Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway
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Brunch dates are the best!

Brunch is the combination of breakfast and lunch, usually eaten around 10 am onwards. What’s perfect about brunch is that you are not limited to just breakfast meals, you get to drink alcohol and coffee at the same time.

Most of you might have seen our brunch edition where we featured locations like Makati and Ortigas, but now it’s Tomas Morato’s time to shine.

Roice’s Restaurant + G – Sct. Delgado

Roice’s is a restaurant and bar with a cozy ambiance. It is run by a group of friends who are all foodies and drinkers. This OG home in QC is definitely the place to be. Read our full feature here

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112 Sct Delgado St., Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 514-4004

The Brewology Cafe – Sct. Lazcano

The Brewology Cafe is a quirky brunch cafe offering small bites, baked goods and specialty beverages. They have waffles, sandwiches, cakes and pastries too.

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2/F 2 Scout Lazcano St cor Scout Magbanua St and Mother Ignacia Ave, Paligsahan, Quezon City
(02) 501-2138

49-B Heirloom Kitchen – Sct. Tobias

49-B Heirloom Kitchen features heirloom recipes from all types of cuisine–from Sinigang na Lechon to Chicken Yakitori to Osso Buco and more. Their street number address is the reason behind its name. 

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49-B Scout Tobias cor. Scout Fuentebella St., Laging Handa, Quezon City
+63 2 239-1637

Vanderlust – Sct De Guia

For the globe trotters, aspiring travelers and explorers, Vanderlust is the only bistro that flies you around the world with its affordable luxurious treats such as the 300 year old German pastry Schneeballe, Tuscan favorite Bistecca alla Fiorentina, Spanish cheese from the La Mancha region and many more. Read our full feature here.

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100 Sct De Guia cor Tomas Morato, Sacred Heart, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 954-0401

Romulo Cafe – Dr. Scout Lazcano

A tribute to the late Carlos P. Romulo, Romulo Cafe offers traditional Filipino comfort food from heirloom recipes. Romulo Cafe gives its diners a glimpse of the Philippine history though its museum-style interiors. Before you visit, check out these 8 essential facts about Romulo Cafe.

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32 Dr. Scout Lazcano cor Scout Tuason near Tomas Morato, Laging Handa, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 332-7275

Lola Cafe + Bar – Sct. Lozano

Named after the mother of the Sanvictores family, Lola Victoria, this post-WWII era home is one of Quezon City’s most well kept secret restaurants. Lola Cafe + Bar offers Filipino specialty cuisine by Chef John Mangibin. It serves reinvented Filipino dishes such as truffled lengua, wagyu salpicao, and more. Read our full feature here.

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99 Sct Lozano St, Quezon City
(02) 219-3254

The Frazzled Cook – Sct. Gandia

The Frazzled Cook is a quirky restaurant put together with the mission of serving good comfort food in a cozy, homey ambiance. Their Pesto Pasta is served with your choice of grilled chicken or shrimp.

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78 Scout Gandia cor Tomas Morato, Laging Handa, Quezon City
(02) 374-6879

UCC Vienna Coffee – Tomas Morato Plaza

UCC is a Japanese-inspired cafe that serves all-day breakfast dishes, lunch specialties, and a wide array of specialty coffee. They have a wide variety of desserts such as cakes, crepe cakes, waffles, parfaits, and so on.

Insider tip: Enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 Iced Brendo for only 190!
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G/F Tomas Morato Plaza, Tomas Morato Ave cor Don Roces Ave, Sacred Heart, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 928-6964
Concha’s Garden Cafe – Sct Madrinan

Concha’s Garden Cafe is a garden-inspired cafe that specializes in Filipino dishes. Menu favorites are their lechon belly, bulalo, and adobo ribs. This is its 2nd branch and is owned by Alden Richards. Read our full feature here.

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34 Scout Madriñan cor Tomas Morato Ext, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 373-5477

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast – Sct. Fuentebella

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast is one of Kapitolyo’s most popular 24/7 breakfast diners. It is a modern and upgraded ‘carinderia’ that offers value-for-money 100-peso meals, which includes a build your own breakfast plate with all your favorite toppings. 

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79-B Scout Fuentebella near Tomas Morato, Diliman, Quezon City

Tweedle Book Cafe

Tweedle Book Cafe serves coffee, special teas from TWG, and even hefty steak plates if you’re planning on staying the whole day.

Also read: 17 New Restaurants Near Tomas Morato that Deserve Your Attention
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106B Scout Gandia, Sacred Heart, Diliman, Quezon City
(0922) 805-1688

Belleville Cafe – Sct. Rallos

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Breakfast dates are the sweetest!

There’s something so endearing about spending your mornings with your special someone while enjoying a sumptuous feast of toast, pancakes, and bacon and eggs – whatever you prefer. Admit it, breakfast dates are cute, but what makes them better are these awesome restaurants that offer huge discounts when you book a table via our Booky app.

Update: Check out the Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in Metro Manila!

No need to bring a date, you can even have brunch with your friends 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.

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154 Maginhawa Street, Sikatuna Village, Diliman, Quezon City
(0917) 708-7896

Single Origin – various branches

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.

Also featured here: 12 Cool Coffee Shops by Day, Bars by Night
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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.

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65 Broadway Ave, New Manila, Quezon City
(02) 501-2036

Green Pastures – various branches

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.

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Refinery – various branches

Refinery is a third wave cafe that serves all-day breakfast and brunch items, international comfort dishes, light meals and specialty coffee–but what sets it apart is that it also serves wine and cocktails.

Also read: 17 Beautiful Work Spots in Makati with Free Wi-Fi and Great Coffee
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The Wholesome Table – various branches

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.

Also featured here: 13 Places to Get Yummy Poke Bowls in Metro Manila
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St. Louis – Bonifacio High Street

European inspired, Australian cafe in the heart of BGC. Offering a wide variety of breakfast & brunch options, gourmet sandwiches, decadent desserts, specialty coffee, artisan ice cream, cocktails and more.

Insider tip: Enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 Banana Popcorn Waffles at St. Louis!
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Lower Ground, Unit C3-104 High Street Central, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 625 4121
Pancake House – multiple branches

Pancake House is one of our most loved and go-to family restaurants that serve familiar comfort food and breakfast favourites. We recommend their Buy 1 Get 1 deals, which are their Classic, Choco Marble, Choco Chip and Blueberry Pancakes. Read more here.

Insider tip: Enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 Classic, Choco Chip, Choco Marble, or Blueberry Pancakes at Pancake House!
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 Sunnies Cafe – various locations

Sunnies Cafe is the spin-off cafe of eyewear powerbrand, Sunnies Studios. It is LA-inspired and got us covered from brunch to dinner, and coffee to cocktails.

Insider tip: Enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 Sunnies Pork Bowl with at Sunnies Cafe!
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Ally’s All-Day Breakfast Place – Cubao

Ally’s is the first all-day breakfast cafe that offers a design your own pancakes and waffles menu. All star breakfast plates and platters are also served. No jokes here, waffles are serious business.

Insider tip: Enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 Triple Chocolate Waffles at Ally's All Day Breakfast Place!
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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.”

Also read: 15 New Beautiful Restaurants for Ladies Who Brunch
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