Thursday, August 25, 2016

The Breakfast Plate, Maginhawa Street

We tried one of the restaurants in a new building along Maginhawa Street in UP Village. The Breakfast Plate is located at the 2nd Floor of a new building along Maginhawa near the junction with Magiting Street. The serve all-day breakfast including Filipino favorites like longganisa, tocino, tapa and sardines with 2 eggs and pickles.

Entrance to the restaurant at the 2nd Floor
The kitchen is at the back
Decors on a floating shelf and wall clock
Sardines in tomato sauce and scrambled eggs
Pork tocino and sunny side up eggs
Homemade garlic longganisa and sunny side up eggs
Vigan longganisa and scrambled eggs
We thought the food we ordered was okay. It was not extraordinary but definitely better than ordinary in terms of the popular silog combinations Filipinos have for breakfast. Service was okay and the prices were on the budget. No wonder we found many students eating at the restaurant. I'm just not sure though if they would be popular for dinners (silogs for breakfast and lunch are okay). The place is well-lighted and clean. I thought it was conducive for breakfast or lunch meetings or perhaps for students to hang out at (tambay).

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