A sudden craving for French toast nudged me to finally write about this long overdue review. I may not be the most credible person to do food reviews (as a friend once said, “Don’t ask her, she likes everything!”) but since my friends who joined me gave a similar feedback, I’m confident on this one. To cut the long story short, everything we ate at the Early Bird Breakfast Club – Eastwood branch is worthy of a recommendation! Good thing Paolo had his cam ready and took nice shots to document everything. 🙂 Here are some highlights of our experience:
The logo represents the place well — it sets you in a bright and sunny mood! 🙂
We were welcomed by the restaurant’s beautiful interiors in sweet yet lively colors. I particularly loved the white calligraphy on the wall. 🙂
The details complete the homey feel of the place. 🙂
The menu came in newspaper form. Perfectly fit for the breakfast theme!
Oops, I forgot what the exact flavor of this coffee was but prices ranged from Php 90-145.
The FRENCH TOAST FONDUE was priced at Php 210. This tasted so much like their regular French toast, only crunchy! 🙂 The crunchy sticks were served with cinnamon sugar, maple syrup, and melted chocolate in egg shells. Yummm!
YIN & YANG CHAMPORADO – marked as a bestseller! This Php 275-meal was beautifully served in a mason jar. Forming the yin & yang symbol are rich Belgian white and dark chocolate rice. It was served with sweet toasted dilis on the side.
My order – the CHOCO BANANA BERRY FRENCH TOAST (Php 295). I super loved the combination of Nutella, bananas, and blueberry jam in between caramelized French toast slices. (Heehee, if only it wasn’t socially improper, I would have licked the leftover syrup off my plate!)
Last but not the least, here’s EBBC’s original creation – the PUTO BUMBONG PANCAKES (Php 325). This wasn’t my order but I was told it was good! And it also looked mouthwateringly good too! Haha, this Christmas offering in their menu (I remember there was a Santa hat symbol so I’m not sure if this is offered all year-round) was a good marriage between puto bumbong and pancakes with coconut whipped cream with fresh strawberry right there!
Despite being in the field of brand marketing, Kate still nurtures her love for the arts through dabbling in creative hobbies such as illustration, visual design, makeup artistry, and cake decorating. Recently, she has also discovered a fondness for watercolor painting and calligraphy.A self-confessed TV, lifestyle, and travel junkie, Kate utilizes Random Republika as a venue for her random thoughts and discoveries.Follow my food and other random doodles via @sliceofk on Instagram.