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"I Love Breakfast at Italianni's"

We, Filipinos take pride in being breakfast eaters for we were all raised by our parents with the saying- "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." So it is kinda mandatory for us to chew on our breakfast as soon as we wake up every morning before we go to school or the office or even during weekends with the family.

So rise and shine to a brand new day because Italianni's has a lot of breakfast choices for all of us.

Banana Walnut Pancake. I love the combination of bananas and walnut- soft with a crunch! It would be nice if paired with chocolate syrup though. But I think one can request for it.



Classic Blueberry Pancake. Bite into your pancake with some sweet-sour blueberries and you'll surely be awake. Yummers!


Chocolate Orange Pancake. Now this is my favorite. I just l-o-v-e chocolate so by just glancing at this pancake creation, its already a sure winner for me. I had several mouthfuls of this- yum yum!


Crispy Pancetta Bacon. The pancetta is lightly salted which is really a plus factor since some establishment seem to be liberal when it comes to salt. Pairs perfectly with the garlic rice and egg. Ohhh, and there's a muffin too!





Eggs Benedict Adobo. A fusion of classic breakfast favorites. Best eaten warm because the bread tends to harden when its cold already. Two thumbs up!


Three-egg Omelette. A very filling meal. The french toast's a bit burnt though.


Primera Tapa. Who doesn't love tapa for breakfast? This is the Pinoy's reigning breakfast favorite. Serving is good for two except for the tiny portion of rice. The vinegar tastes good too.


Homemade Corned Beef Brisket with Potato Omelette.  I love the unusual-looking omelette. The corned beef looks tapa-ish for me though. But I like this breakfast set because it defies norm.



Italianni's Breakfast are available at the BGC and Greenbelt branches from 7am-1030am daily. 

Comments

  1. ohh wow!! All this food looks delicious and it's making me crave pancakes now haha! Breakfast food is probably my favorite to be honest because I love pancakes, waffles, eggs and yogurt !
    The chocolate orange pancakes do look delicious and I can see why it's your favorite!!

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    1. No one can go wrong with chocolate orange pancakes. Cheers! :)

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  2. Wow sarap! Pancakes and tapa..sure win! :)

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    1. Lucky us we can eat tapa anytime of the day. ;)

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  3. i didn't know that italiannis had food for breakfast!

    xo,

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    1. Only two branches has breakfast, Greenbelt and BGC. Cheers! :)

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