10 Essential All-Day Breakfast Places in Marikina
Breakfast is life.
(SPOT.ph) Marikina will always be the Shoe Capital of the Philippines, but it has also become a popular breakfast go-to in the Metro. From the usual Pinoy -
Rustic Mornings by Isabelo
Here’s a hidden gem tucked away in this laid-back city. Rustic Mornings by Isabelo is a breakfast haven with an artistic and homey vibe. Match the relaxed aura of the al-fresco eatery with their best-selling Crispy Waffle Served with Homemade Pancake Syrup (P200) or Bacon, Eggs & Herbed Hash Browns (P180). If you feel like ordering something heavy for a long day ahead, try some of their classic Filipino dishes like the Beef Tapa (P280) and Crispy Tawilis (P145).
Rustic Mornings by Isabelo is at 11 Isabelo Mendoza Street, Santa Elena, Marikina City.
Another Instagram-worthy place in Marikina, 75 Lilac Café + Kitchen has inviting interiors that will make you want to linger and enjoy a full breakfast meal. Sample their house specialty, the Salted Egg Chicken Lollipop (P220) that has the right balance of richness and crunchiness, or their very creamy Truffle Mushroom Pasta (P220) best served with their buttery toasted bread.
75 Lilac Café + Kitchen is at G/F
Greg and Sally Tree Garden Café
Greet your morning with fresh air at this cool outdoor restaurant. Greg and Sally Tree Garden Café has a relaxing
Greg and Sally Tree Garden Café is at 145 Ipil corner Champaca Street, Marikina Heights, Marikina City.
Kanto Freestyle Breakfast
If you’re hankering for some affordable gourmet breakfast meals no matter the time of the day (they’re open 24/7), look no further because this street-side diner is just a
Kanto Freestyle Breakfast is at 6 Aquiliana Street corner Col. Divino, Sto. Niño, Marikina City.
Breakfast Brothers promises homemade breakfast cooked without preservatives and MSG—all day, every day. They’re also under the same company that operates other famous Marikina food joints such as Burrito Brothers, Kebab Brothers, and Burger and Kebab Brothers. Meanwhile, their menu includes tasty Filipino and international morning staples including their savory Gourmet Tuyo (P130) served with two eggs, atchara, fresh tomato with pesto, and a cup of garlic or plain rice.
Breakfast Brothers is at G/F
Pan de Amerikana
Nothing beats a fluffy, hot pan de sal in the morning. This Marikina institution is known for their delicious and large pan de sal (P7/piece) that works perfectly with a hot cup of coffee (or chocolate). But aside from their
Pan de Amerikana is at 74 General Ordoñez Street, Concepcion Dos, Marikina City.
Matteo Lorenzo Café
We’re sure you’ve had French toast in the morning, but have you ever had French fries for breakfast? This is the ultimate dream: Matteo Lorenzo Café serves fries for breakfast with toppings of your choice—from Bacon & Cheese (P125) and Gravy & Cheese (
Matteo Lorenzo Café is at 69 Gil Fernando Street, San Roque, Marikina City.
A cozy café situated inside a hospital compound, Qizia Café (pronounced as “
QiZia Café is at SDS Medical Center Compound, Katipunan Extension corner Pio del Pilar Street, Concepcion Dos, Marikina City.
Tapsi ni Vivian
Tapsi ni Vivian boasts their crowd-favorite Tapsilog (P105), which sends groups of people in droves whether it be breakfast at 9 a.m. or post-drinks at 2 a.m. This famous Marikina breakfast place was named after owner Vivian del Rosario, hailed as the “Tapa Queen” by foodies. It’s said that Vivian was also the first to coin the word “
Tapsi ni Vivian is at G/F HDR Building, Gil Fernando Avenue corner
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