Eggs for Breakfast. My sister had been bugging me to join her to visit this 2-month old cafe in Antipolo City since she saw it in Instagram. But Christmas rush, holiday traffic jam, and laziness combined caused the planned visit to be cancelled for a number of times. I had to admit, though, that I was curious about this resto/cafe because of its name. Whenever I look for hole-in-the-wall restaurants, the name is part of the things I usually consider. If it sounds cute, then I’d have to visit that 🙂 And yes, the name Eggs for Breakfast sounds cute for me 🙂
Tucked in the posh Velada Estates inside Villa Cecilia Subdivision in Antipolo City, Eggs for Breakfast is a perfect go-to place if you want to have an early morning meet-up with friends, brunch dates, after-jogging power meal or even if you want to have some ‘me’ time. The resto gives off that breakfast-by-the-garden feel as it is surrounded by luscious greens and its interiors is really aimed at having that good morning vibe.
Their DIY green wall filled with cutesy crafts will welcome you as you enter the place. It really looks like a wall filled with crawling plants. Various innovative crafts are hanged on this wall which added more artistic vibe to the aura of the place.
Plus on the corner you can see a cubby hole where some random crafty stuff were placed.
Breakfast lovers will surely love this place as it not only gives off a positive morning mood with its interiors, it will not fail your palette, too! Eggs for Breakfast serves mostly staple breakfast goodies all day– well, except Tocino which I hope they would have soon 🙂 They have a really tasty Tapa, sausage, omelettes, crepes, pancakes, French toast, ham and bacon, and even delectable pasta choices–mostly serve with eggs, of course! 😀
For this visit, I ordered for Beef Tapa (since there is no Tocino) and my sister tried their White Truffle Carbonara and finished it off with a Berries and Cherries Smoothie (P195).
Their serving is really generous. In fact, for my Beef Tapa order, I think 2 people can share with it. Suffice it to say that their food is wallet-friendly and you are really getting enough for what you paid for. I can say the food served to us were well-crafted and not being rushed just for the sake of serving it. There’s the art even in the preparation 🙂
Another thing about me visiting a hole-in-the-wall restaurant, I don’t really go for the food, but rather the interiors and ambiance of the place, so that explains why I can only show you two photos of food here 🙂 Better visit this place so you can give it a personal try 🙂
Eggs for Breakfast is certainly a must-try. It might be a bit far from Manila peeps but it is definitely worth the travel. I also recommend this for good service! The chef and the food attendant are both accommodating, which is another plus! 😀
How to go to Eggs for Breakfast:
From Araneta Center, ride an FX or jeep going to Antipolo City via Sumulong Highway. Once the jeep or FX turn right to Sumulong, look to your right and you will see Villa Cecilia Subdivision. Make sure you pay attention because the signage for Villa Cecilia signage is not really big enough. Once you alight in the entrance of the subdivision, walk towards the end of the road and you can see there Velada Estates. There you can find Eggs for Breakfast on the left.
#21 Don Juan st. Velada Estate, Villa Cecilia Subdivision Brgy. Mambugan Sumulong Highway Antipolo.
Php 200 – 500 per person
***Some photos were taken from Eggs for Breakfast Facebook page****
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