Just recently opened along Maginhawa Street in Quezon City is The Breakfast Table. Featuring a very nice take on Shabby Chic interior design, its an excellent place to have… what else – BREAKFAST! :)
Loved the quirky touches that help give character to a place: the shovels converted into wall lamps…. or the denim pants looking placemats.
We tried 3 of their breakfast items: Sardine Omurice (P165). 2 eggs, Spanish sardines, mildly spicy sardine rice, fresh tomatoes and bell peppers and a petite salad. This is the first time I’ve tried Omurice. Basically the rice comes wrapped in an omelet. Overall I found it a nice, flavorful, and filling dish. But truthfully, I’ve never been a fan of sardines. :)
This is the Adobo Omurice (P175). 2 eggs, toasted adobo chunks, adobo rice and a petite salad. Great flavor. I would have preferred it to have larger Adobo chunks but didn’t find any. Hmmmm. Maybe my daughter got to it before I did…….
This is the Breakfast Burger (P195). Longanisa and beef patty, fried egg, dressing, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, pandesal bun. Before the burger got to our table, I was already imagining how the blend of the smoky, garlicky longanisa would work with beef in a burger. So much so that I had a specific expectation. After biting into it, I found the burger wasn’t as longanisa tasting as I’d imagine it would be. It tasted good but seemed to lack ooomph…
Overall, I found The Breakfast Table a great place to have a nice, leisurely and quiet breakfast. At the time of our visit they were still on a dry-run of sorts so it should be pretty well sorted out by now. Go and try it!
Found at the corner of Maginhawa Street and Makadios Street in Sikatuna Village, Quezon City