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Your Fave Breakfast At Italianni's

Mornings are l-o-v-e especially if you love breakfasts. And because Italianni's "cares" for us- customers, they are offering a choice of over 40 international breakfast dishes that you can think of and would love to eat. 

I am a Pinoy-at-heart and I love Tapsilog. It's my all-time fave power breakfast. Just look at the photo and you'll know why. I love beef (tapa), the garlic fried rice and the sunny side-up. Heaven! My daughter loves pancakes and waffles, and my hubby favors light breakfast such as bread and fruits and a cup of coffee. 

Aside from Pinoy Breakfasts, Italianni's also offers pancakes, waffles and even eggs benedict. There are also muffins, sausages, bacons, and a whole lot more.

Breakfast at Italianni's are from 7am to 1030am at the Greenbelt and Bonifacio High Street Branches. 




Chef Josh Boutwood who's at the helm of Italianni's will launch more breakfast choices soon so before that happens, hurry to the nearest branch near you and savor the existing breakfast menu. And did I mention that each entree comes with free coffee too? ;)

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