Where To Celebrate Easter: The Best Egg Dishes In Manila

 

We may be considered too old for Easter Egg Hunts, but there’s another way to get your fix

 

 

Actually, we aren’t too old for Easter Egg Hunts, but there always seems to be a younger generation that steals the limelight. So we’ve settled with getting our egg fixes elsewhere and in a more mature and socially accepted way. Trust us, you'll want to take your Playground Cam200 Touch Action HD Camera out for these. 

 

 

Toby’s Estate

With branches in Century City Mall, Salcedo Village, Fort Bonifacio, Ortigas, SM aura and SM The Block

 

Toby’s Estate might be known most for their coffee, but their egg dishes are also mouthwatering and Instagram-worthy. They have a small menu dedicated specifically to eggs and no dish disappoints. They’re beautifully plated in a skillet and served with bread that you should try dipping into the eggs directly. They also have eggs served on top of toast if you prefer it that way.

 

Try their Triviata, Brouille on Toast and Dutch Eggs.

 

Italianni’s

With branches in Davao, Muntinlupa, Taguig, Makati, Ortigas, Nuvali and Cagayan de Oro

 

Forget the pasta dishes for dinner, it’s time to give Italianni’s breakfast meals a chance. The restaurant first started to offer its breakfast menu in 2014 and began with these quirky omelets that definitely hit the spot. Since then, the menu has expanded to include even more delicious options. Think ­­–silog dishes, but with an Italian twist.

 

Try their Steak and Eggs, Confit Salmon and Garlic and Fennel Meat Loaf. 

 

 

Crisp On 28th

With a branch in Bonifacio Global City

 

For a taste of something more refined, head on over to Crisp On 28th. They take classic egg dishes and spill them over the top with extras you never knew you needed. Imagine the iconic steak and eggs, but with some mango ricotta, sun-dried tomatoes, arugula and asparagus.  Think cheesy toast, but with a delightful 63 degree egg on top.

 

Try their Oriental Benedict, Benny’s and Greens, Skillet Bacon and Parmesan French Toast.

 

Wildflour Café and Bakery

With branches in Fort Bonifacio, Podium, Legaspi Village and Salcedo Village

 

The great thing about Wildflour’s menu is that they complement a lot of their signature dishes with a generous serving of eggs. The Kimchi Fried Rice, which is as great as it sounds, is topped off with a perfectly cooked fried egg, and their Fried Chicken and Corn Waffle dish is made more complete with a mouthful of their fluffy scrambled eggs.

 

Try their Steak and Eggs, Mushroom and Asparagus Omellete and Shakshouka. 

 

 

 

With all these places to visit, make sure to take your Remax Mirror Powerbank with you to ensure that you stay connected at all times. Partner this up with your trusty and fashionable Playground Tassel Keychain and you're pretty much good to go. 

 

Happy Easter!

 

 

 

 

 

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