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Breakfast Goodness At Buon Giorno

A spur-of-the-moment early morning trip to Tagaytay brought C and me to Firelake Area and we remembered Buon Giorno. Luckily, it was open for breakfast when we arrived because the other restos around the area were still closed. We weren't able to secure the daybed spot so we chose a table facing Taal Lake- breakfast al fresco!




Garlic Bread. No complimentary bread basked during breakfast. We ordered this one. I love the play of color on the white plate. So relaxing like the cool (chilly) morning breeze.




Longganisa Breakfast. The longganisa tastes so good! Reminds me greatly of Nathaniel's longganisa. The salted duck egg (yes, real duck egg) tastes divine and with just the right hint of saltiness. Vinegar dip was just so-so. But overall, this is an excellent food discovery. Costs P180. Not bad!



Spinach Omelette. C ordered this one. She let me have a bite. Can't remember if I like or dislike this dish. Must order again soon! Hahaha

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