(SPOT.ph) We're willing to bet that when brunch hankerings strike, one of the first spots that comes to mind is Wildflour—but with their existing branches being in the BGC, Makati, Mandaluyong, and San Juan, it hasn't been as easy for folks in the South to get their fix. But that might be changing soon. The restaurant published a post on social media hinting at how they're posed to open up its new branch in Alabang—so folks in the area won't have to venture too far out of the city. No more adjusting, Alabang peeps!
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Just wait a liiiitle bit longer, Wildflour is about to come in Alabang:
"You ask, we deliver. See you soon at #WildflourAlabang," reads a photo post by Wildflour on Facebook published today, June 24. The picture in question shows a huge tarpaulin with the words “We hear that appetites grow wilder in the South.” Well, if that isn’t a red, blaring neon sign, then we don’t know what is.
A Tiktok video from Wildflour also shows us the big picture—which is the surrounding area of the said tarpaulin in the Facebook post. The area, which has been barricaded by temporary blue walls, is by the road and beside the Westgate pillar.
Even though it's always a delight to embark on a road trip to the Wildflour branches scattered around the middle of the metro (who isn't up for a joy ride?)—nothing beats having one closer to home. It's also a struggle to have to drive far due to the gas prices, too.
There are no additional details as of yet, other than what you'll find on Wildflour's posts—but it’d be best to keep your eyes peeled for updates and information on the restaurant’s new branch and whereabouts.
It was more than a decade ago when Wildflour took everyone’s appetite—no matter where you live—by storm with the establishment of its first branch in Bonifacio Global City, courtesy of Ana Marie Lorenzana de Ocampo along with her sister Margarita Lorenzana-Manzke and brother-in-law Walter Manzke. Wildflour offers a wide array of filling snacks and meals—from freshly-baked pastries to savory dishes, whether you want to grab something brunch or for dinner, you name it, they’ve got it.
While waiting, you can order for delivery through GrabFood, Foodpanda, or Pickaroo.
For updates and more information, check out Wildflour's Facebook page.
UPDATE (June 24, 7:57 p.m.): A Tiktok video from Wildflour also shows us the big picture—which is the surrounding area of the said tarpaulin in the Facebook post. The area, which has been barricaded by temporary blue walls, is by the road and beside the Westgate pillar. The article has been updated to reflect this development.
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