10 No-Fail Breakfast Places in Alabang and Parañaque

Because everybody needs their breakfast fix.

 

(SPOT.ph) Many of us believe that any time is a great time for breakfast, whether you have it as soon as the sun rises or before the day ends. And if you happen to be in the south of the Metro, you’ve got plenty of choices. Next time you’re looking for your daily dose of all-time brekky favorites like waffles, eggs, or tapsilog, look no further. Here are 10 places in Alabang and Parañaque to help you get that breakfast fix.

 


 

 


 

Another Story

Another Story’s rustic and floral theme will have you falling in love with the place, but their menu is definitely another story altogether. Whether you come for breakfast, brunch, or merienda, there’s something that's sure to catch your eye. Try their Eggs Benedict (P395) topped with a mean homemade hollandaise. For the more carnivorous, a helping of their tender U.S. Wagyu Beef Belly Tapa (P495), complete with garlic rice and eggs, just might be the highlight of your day.

 

Another Story is at Evia Mall, Daang Hari Road, Muntinlupa City.

 


 

 


 

Exchange Alley Coffee House

Sometimes coffee is all it takes to complete an already-perfect breakfast. That’s why Exchange Alley Coffee House (or EACH) makes a great stop for anyone who takes their caffeine and breakfast game seriously. You can have your pick from their various brews to have with your meals, but even if you’re not a coffee lover, there’s still something for you. We’re talking about their special Hot Chocolate (P150), which will warm you up all the way to your toes. Have it with the EACH Breakfast (P450), a hefty English breakfast featuring two eggs, a side salad, crisp toast, pork and beans, bacon strips, and sausage.

 

Exchange Alley Coffee House is at Molito Commercial Complex, Alabang, Muntinlupa City.

 


 

 


 

L’epicerie Gourmande

When you're feeling a bit fancy, there’s always L’epicerie Gourmande. Not only is it a one-stop shop for all your favorite French goodies (jams and wines, anyone?), but it’s also a restaurant that whips up some pretty tasty treats to make you feel like you’re in the City of Lights. For a truly Parisian breakfast, try their Le Francois (P290), served with two mini pastries, a French toast, baguette slices, and butter and jam. The Le Continental (P320) is also a hit, complete with sausage, eggs, toast, and butter and jam. Both platters also serve up orange juice with your choice of coffee or tea, so be sure to have your appetite ready.

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L’epicerie Gourmande is at River Park, Festival Mall, Alabang, Muntinlupa City.

 


 

 


 

Bowen 24 Café

At first glance, you’ll find that the cute geometric-themed interiors of Bowen 24 Café promise a relaxing but fun dining experience. There are all kinds of breakfast goodies to enjoy, but when you don't know where to start, try their no-fail Traditional Pancake Stack (P165), served with soft butter and finger-licking, sticky maple syrup. For something extra sweet, Bowen’s Nutella and Banana French Toast (P200) drizzled with a layer of maple syrup will hit the spot. If savory is more up your alley, there’s a heaping plate of their Bowen Breakfast (P265), complete with a serving of eggs, toast, bacon, mushrooms, and hash browns.

 

Bowen 24 Café is at 29 President’s Avenue, BF Homes, Parañaque City.

 

 

 


 

Café Mary Grace

We all know that Café Mary Grace is the go-to place for when you want to make your inner tita (or tito) happy. Go for the classics such as the Ensaymada (P95) paired with their signature Mary Grace Hot Chocolate (P157) and let that first, satisfying bite just touch your soul. For something savory, Mary Grace also offers a selection of rice dishes, each served with your choice of eggs done either sunny-side up or scrambled: Sirloin Beef Tapa (P398), Vigan Longganisa (P380), Pork Tocino (P305), Fried Boneless Bangus (P320), Chicken Inasal (P305). 

 

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Whistlestop

Breakfast at midnight? Whistlestop’s got you. No matter the time of day, you’ll be sure to find a haven of yummy dishes to satisfy those midnight munchies. We’d actually indulge in their stack of Fruit Waffles (P170), in either a sensationally sweet mango or a classic tart blueberry variant. Whistlestop’s savory dishes, like the Crispy Bacon (P195) or 1977 Vintage Tapa (P250), complete with garlic rice and fried eggs, are sure to please whether it's morning, noon, or night!

 

Whistlestop is at Westgate Center, Filinvest City, Muntinlupa City.

 


 

 


 

Recovery Food

Recovery Food's best-selling Happy Beef Rice (P160/regular, P290/full recovery) is a great choice if you’re in the mood for a straightforward but equally satisfying protein-packed dish. A more loaded option is the Tapa de Morning (P180/regular, P260/full recovery), complete with your choice of scrambled or fried egg, salad, and a hot bowl of white rice, or their Chinese chorizo rice dish, the Alfonrizo (P160/regular, P290/full recovery).

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Recovery Food is at Molito Commercial Complex, Alabang, Muntinlupa City.

 


 

 


 

Ritchie’s Diner

True to its name, Ritchie’s Diner has a familiar selection of diner treats like tall milkshakes, huge burgers, and thick-cut fries. And what diner wouldn’t have their fair share of breakfast food for when those hankerings hit? Their Cheese Steak Omelette (P220) has deliciously sautéed beef strips, onions, peppers, and cheese all rolled into one delicious dish. And just the first bite of their Banana Dulce de Leche French Toast (P140) will have you squealing in delight. But if you’re in it for the meat, the Grand Slam Breakfast Sampler (P220) features bacon strips, Spam, and corned beef all on one plate!

 

Ritchie’s Diner is at 249 Aguirre Avenue, BF Homes, Parañaque City.

 


 

 


 

Luna Specialty Coffee

With their industrial interiors and laid-back vibe, Luna Specialty Coffee makes a great hangout for anyone needing a little peace and quiet. It doesn’t hurt that their breakfast plates are mouthwateringly good, too. Just have a taste of their version of everyone’s favorite Chicken Adobo (P295), made with their own special sauce, to see what we mean. Fish lovers will appreciate the Smoked Bangus (P220), served with a side of some perfectly salted scrambled egg and rice. And we definitely wouldn’t mind having cheat meal with their Lechon Kawali (P245)—so crunchy and soft that it just hits all the right spots.

 

Luna Specialty Coffee is at 2/F CTP Alpha Building, Investment Drive Madrigal Business Park, Alabang, Muntinlupa City.

 


 

 


 

The Juice Pub

The Juice Pub whips up a whole menu of healthy eats that look good, taste great, and don’t leave a dent in your wallet. Whether or not you’re a health-conscious eater, you’ve got to try their all-day breakfast menu—we’d start with their light and fluffy Ham and Cheese Omelette (P120). If you’ve just hit the gym (or have the appetite of someone who has), go for a Tuna Steak (P180), that’s seasoned tuna with the joint’s homemade Filipino-style steak sauce, served with brown rice. For Korean cuisine fans, The Juice Pub’s Kimchi-Wrapped Soy Chicken Bowl (P180) is so good, you’ll be eating it in your dreams!

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The Juice Pub is at Unit A G/F Prime Elite Fitness Club Building, 243 Aguirre Avenue, BF Homes, Parañaque City.

 

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