Tuesday, February 12, 2013
I love breakfast food but I don't wake up early enough to indulge in a full breakfast. My usual breakfast is simply Greek yogurt with fresh fruit.
When I was notified that an all breakfast restaurant opened in The Fort Complex I didn't waste any time to try it out for lunch. I find it comforting to be able to eat breakfast at any time of the day.
We entered through the side of Gourdo's and walked straight to Early Bird Breakfast Club which was next to Zong.
I really liked the diverse selections on their menu. It catered to rice and bread fans as well to those who choose to eat a sweet breakfast.
menu (click to enlarge)
We weren't able to try any of the sweet selections so I'm definitely going back for the peanut butter and caramel French toast.
It's not obvious from this picture but the glass had a nice pink hue.
I'm not an eggs and bacon person but I really enjoyed the full English breakfast which the four of us shared. We ate our food family style so everyone got to try it all.
The Early Bird Full English Breakfast P495
I enjoyed the sausage the most. The toasted bread was surprisingly good too. I just wish they used fresh mushrooms instead of the canned variety.
For a lighter but equally tasty entree the breakfast tart is a good choice. I loved the crisp cheesy base of the tart.
Early Bird breakfast tart P285
The tart was filled with sausage, bacon, mushroom, egg and tomatoes.
My first choice for a full breakfast is garlic rice with tapa or tuyo flakes. Their version of crispy adobo flakes gives me the best of both with it's salty, crispy shredded meat. It was a very generous portion too with an almost equal ratio of adobo and rice. You can actually order extra rice and this entree will be good enough for two or one really hungry person. This is a must order!
adobo sunrise P315
The longganisa was sweet and garlicky and was quite lean. It was good but nothing special. It was the only dish that we didn't finish. We ate the rice with the adobo flakes.
viva longganisa P345
I'm sure my friends love bacon but their bacon just looked unappetizing so no one touched it.
I forgot to take pictures of the coffee but it passed my high standards. It was strong and good!
Congratulations to the owners and chefs of Early Bird Breakfast Club! The food was excellent and I can't wait to go back. Maybe for dinner next. I have my eye on the chorizo mushroom risotto.
I hope you will serve biscuits and gravy and scones too. Oh and apple pancakes and Dutch pancakes too.
Early Bird Breakfast Club
Unit C, Ground Floor, Fort Pointe 2 Bldg.,
The Fort Complex, 28th Street, Bonifacio Global City, 1634 Taguig
Phone (02) 470 8847
Sunday - Thursday, 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
Friday - Saturday, 24 Hours