10 Perfect Places for Breakfast in Makati

Eggs, waffles, rice, and more!


 

(SPOT.ph) It’s a known fact: Makati’s too hectic to declare a specific time for breakfast. With cubicle-dwellers missing a meal or two in between their busy work lives, it’s been a common understanding that having your bacon and waffles at 3 p.m. is completely acceptable and fine. Sleep or no sleep, here are some tried-and-tested restaurants that can give you exactly what you need when you’re in the mood for some good ol’ morning food.

 


 

Bean & Yolk

Bean & Yolk has become one of the choice spots of manynot only for their cozy atmosphere ideal for chilling, but also for their all-day breakfast dishes. Their house specialties include the Chorizo Mama (P250) with fried egg, cheddar, a homemade chorizo patty, barbecue mayo, and brioche; and Farmer John (P195), which almost has the same ingredients but with ham and caramelized onions. Don’t leave without trying the Instagram-worthy Missus (P185), a savory meal made of the fluffiest scrambled eggs, cheddar, Sriracha mayo, arugula, caramelized onions, and a buttery brioche.

 

Bean & Yolk is at G/F Bel-Air Soho Suites, Polaris Street, Poblacion.

 


 

Cartel Coffee + Deli

Opening at 6:30 a.m. daily, this resto-deli is ideal for early risers as well as people who want to wind down after a long day’s work. Nestled in Salcedo Village and surrounded by hotels, residential and office buildings, Cartel Coffee + Deli has that classic, neighborhood vibe that feels so relaxing. Sample their various-flavored omelettes, which can really perk up anyone’s mood, with or without coffee (but we also suggest you order a cup because they have excellent beans, which they get from Yardstick Coffee).

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Cartel Coffee + Deli is at 119 L.P. Leviste Street, Salcedo Village.

 


 

Dean & DeLuca

If you haven’t heard, tita-themed brunches and afternoon client meetings are almost synonymous to Dean & DeLuca. This upscale café takes pride in their organic and healthy ingredients, which also makes it one of the most sought-after breakfast joints not just in Makati but in the entire Metro. Their all-day breakfast menu includes the soul-satisfying Warm Croissant Pudding (P360) served with salted caramel, mixed fruits, and warm milk. Feeling something local? They also have the Angus Beef Tapa (P550), which comes with parsley pesto rice, sunny-side-up egg, and homemade ricotta cheese.

 

Dean & DeLuca has branches at Eton Tower, Dela Rosa Street, Legazpi Village; and G/F Edades Tower and Garden Villas, Amorsolo corner Waterfront Drive, Rockwell Center.

 


 

Heaven & Eggs

From seven up to half-past 10 in the morning, many office-goers often frequent Heaven & Eggs for their belly-bursting unlimited breakfast promo. Choose from the Continental Big Breakfast, a jam-packed plate of pancakes or waffle, bacon, sausages, eggs, hash brown or fries and salad; English Big Breakfast with scotch eggs, English muffin, bacon, sausage, potato wedges, and coleslaw; or Pinoy Big Breakfast with Lucban longganisa, Angus beef tapa, grilled pork tocino, eggs, garlic rice, and atchara. These also come with unlimited orders of eggs, bacon, sausage, rice, bread, pancakes, and more.

 

Heaven & Eggs is at G/F Glorietta 4, Glorietta Complex, Ayala Center.

 


 

Maple

Tucked inside the San Antonio Plaza Arcade is Maple with their all-day breakfast menu items, including some of the fluffiest pancakes you’ll have in the Metro. Something different they’re offering is the Lemon Ricotta Pancake (P390), which uses buttermilk pancakes that are stuffed with dark chocolate pastilles, then topped with chocolate shavings. If you’re avoiding sweets, Maple’s Eggs Benedict (P305) is also a good option.

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Maple is at 2/F San Antonio Plaza Arcade, McKinley Road.

 


 

Early Bird Breakfast Club

With its brightly colored walls and quirky interiors, Early Bird Breakfast Club looks ideal for a really perky get-together. Equally photogenic are their breakfast dishes served in filling quantities. Regulars rave about their Sweet and Spicy Tuyo (P275) with salty dried fish drenched in its own sweet and spicy sauce. Another is their Yin & Yang Champorado (P275) that’s made of rich Belgian dark chocolate and served with toasted dilis that adds remarkable contrast to the dish.

 

Early Bird Breakfast Club is at G/F Century City Mall, Century City, Kalayaan Avenue, Poblacion.

 


 

Refinery

Known for their delicious sandwiches and bold coffees, Refinery also has some yummy breakfast options that are available up to 5 p.m. This includes the Vegetarian Breakfast (P230), which has grilled tomato, Portobello mushroom, espresso baked beans, scrambled eggs, toast, and a zesty side salad. One crowd-favorite veers more toward luxe-comfort: The Salmon Benedict (P370) features an exquisite smoked salmon underneath two perfectly poached eggs, arugula, and a dollop of their signature Hollandaise.

 

Refinery is at G/F Joya Lofts and Towers, Joya Drive, Rockwell Center.

 


 

Milky & Sunny

This happy place is best known for their Bacon Menu which features a number of heart-stopping bacon-laden dishes like the self-explanatory Bacon Wrapped Fries (P220). If bacon isn’t your thing, don’t worry because here comes another star ingredient—Spam. The SPAM Waffles (P290) has glorious Spam slices in between two crunchy waffles. It’s not your ordinary breakfast meal but it’s surely a nice break from it.

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Milky & Sunny is at G/F Eton Parkview, Gamboa Street, Legazpi Village.

 


 

Commune

There’s more to Commune than their famous Cookie Shots. They may be known as the venue for various art events such as spoken word poetry, but as much as Commune is alive in the evening, their morning scene is bustling as well, thanks to their chill ambience and mouthwatering breakfast menu. Their star dish is the Pork Adobo with Salted Egg Relish (P250), which plays with the traditional tangy flavors of adobo and savory salted egg.

 

Commune is at 36 Polaris Street, Poblacion.

 


 

Apartment 1B

Apartment 1B definitely feels like home, especially once you've tried their breakfast. Begin by ordering their Croque Madame (P660) which is arguably one of the best in the Metro. It’s made up of a smoky farmer’s ham, organic eggs, gruyère, and a generous serving of their beautiful signature creamy sauce. 

 

Apartment 1B has branches at G/F 1 Lafayette Square, L. P. Leviste corner Sedeno Streeet, Salcedo Village; and G/F One East Tower 1, Rockwell Drive, Rockwell Center.

 

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