Here's Where You Can Get a Filling Breakfast After Simbang Gabi

These places are open as early as 5 a.m.!

( It’s that time of the year again when most of us would wake up in the wee hours of the morning to attend Simbang Gabi—the nine-day celebration where Filipino Catholics the country over attend mass at the break of dawn starting December 16. It’s also an occasion where families can come together after the mass to share a special meal—one that usually involves puto bumbong and bibingka. But it’s worth changing up your post-mass tradition once in a while. Here’s our suggestion: head on over to Wildflour and Little Flour Café. Both restaurants are opening all their branches’ doors from 5 a.m. onwards, starting December 16, except for mall-based branches like Megamall (Little Flour Café) and The Podium (Wildflour).

Start your day with their Brioche French Toast, which is part of's Top 10 French Toast list. 
PHOTO BY Toto Labrador

If you're heading to Wildflour, you can order their Breakfast BLT (P495), sausage bagel with bacon, lettuce, and tomato; or Brioche French Toast (P395), thick brioche with powdered sugar and Vermont maple syrup. Should you find yourself in Little Flour after Simbang Gabi, you can go for French Omelette (P380) or a serving of Ube Pancake (P460). Now wouldn't that be a good way to start your day?

For more information, check out Wildflour Restaurant's Facebook page.

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