Have an Early Bird Breakfast Club Sunday

EBBC_facadeAren’t Sundays the best? Though it signals the coming of another workweek, you are then reminded that you still have one full day to do whatever it is that you have to do. May your day’s tasks be work or personal, fun or tedious, or just plain tasks, you definitely need some good great tasting breakfast. And why not head to the Early Bird Breakfast Club!

EBBD_insideServing breakfast food all day, the resto is very colorful with this whole pastel palette theme with much emphasis on the peach color. I particularly liked this wall design with the caricature of birds in nature.

EBBD1I found it very cool and clever for them to have a newspaper inspired menu. It’s just sad that I couldn’t keep one for myself (‘coz my friend and I both thought we could take it home).

Cappuccino (P 110)

For me to function well throughout the day, a dose of caffeine, specifically, one that comes from coffee, is a must. So, it’s no question that I try their brew. Partnering with Craft Coffee, I found their cappuccino to be milky. The latte art was pretty sweet but in terms of taste, I was looking for that sudden surge of caffeine to flow in my bloodstream. But no, this was milky and just okay.

Sunny Salpicao (P 325)
Sunny Salpicao (P 325)

At first, I was torn between having this or their Adobo Sunrise. But I’m so glad I chose this. It was SO GOOD. The chicken was very tender and well marinated. As you could see on the photo, the salpicao sauce is oozing its way in the rice. So when you eat that, combined with the chicken, mushroom, and egg, the combination is just pure awesome. The flavor really relies on their signature sauce which I found to be a bit sweet yet tangy.

Yin & Yang Champorado (P 275)
Yin & Yang Champorado (P 275)
Toasted dilis
Toasted dilis

I had to try this. I’m a sucker for champorado. Ask my mom, and she’ll tell you right away that I love that dish. But my love for it was ignited more by this club’s version of it. It blows every champorado dish out there. I mean, if you use dark and white Belgian chocolate then it must be good right? Wrong. It was GREAT. Both had very distinct flavors in that the white was sweet while the dark was bitter. It’s really a must to mix both for the flavors to mesh well. Add the toasted dilis in, and you have one sweet, bitter, and salty champorado. A dish that truly deserves the yin & yang title.

Okay, enough of what I had. Yes, I had both. I couldn’t contain myself from awesome breakfast food. 😛 Below are my pal’s dishes.

Bacon Jam & Breakfast Pate (P 245)
Bacon Jam & Breakfast Pate (P 245)
Bacon jam
Bacon jam
Breakfast pate (consists of chicken, sausage and mushrooms)
Breakfast pate (consists of chicken, sausage and mushrooms)

I really like the presentation on this one. The bread reminds me of bunny ears. According to my friend, this was good though she wasn’t fond much of the bacon jam. She preferred the breakfast pate more.

Sausage and Bacon Stuffed Pancake (P )
Sausage and Bacon Stuffed Pancake (P 375)

At first, I couldn’t fathom how this dish was possible. Yeah, you see the photo on the menu but that doesn’t suffice; seeing it in front of you is. My friend liked this too.

Tropical Smoothie (P 165)
Tropical Smoothie (P 165)

This is a mix of kiwi, strawberry, pineapple and banana. A good drink to wash all those good food away.

EBBD2And I couldn’t agree more with Jonathan Goldstein. Good things do happen when you fill up your tummies with good breakfast food anytime. It just fills you up with so much energy and good vibes to last one throughout the day.

So, join in on the club! Head here on any day, invite your family/friends along, and have one delightful breakfast. 🙂

Early Bird Breakfast Club
G/F Fort Pointe 2 Building,
The Fort Strip, 28th Street,
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Official website: http://www.earlybirdbreakfastclub.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/earlybirdbreakfastclub
Instagram: http://instagram.com/earlybirdbreakfastclub

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