WILDFLOUR CAFÉ + BAKERY
If you've ever been to Wildflour's original branch in Bonifacio Global City, you'll notice that this café never seems to have “off hours.” Whether it's bright and early at 7: 00 a. m. or late at night at 9: 00 p. m., the boulangerie is constantly buzzing with diners who are eager to dig into their famous home comforts. The Salcedo Village branch offers a few more sumptuous menu items that you won't find at the BGC and Ortigas branches, as Chef Allan Buhay was eager to show us.
What to expect:
This bustling modern bistro is packed to the rafters with customers from breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The lively atmosphere makes it a great dining option for lunch out with officemates or dinner with your best mates. If you're up for it, breakfast starts at 7: 00 a.m.
Dishes that you won't find at Wildflour's other two branches include the Berry Pancakes (P380), which feature a stack of three floppy pancakes topped with fresh strawberries, blackberries and blueberries, drizzled with Wildflour's own homemade berry syrup. If you want something a little more savory to start your day, go with the Tuna NiÇoise Tartine (P440) or the Eggs on Toast (P375). For both dishes, Wildflour's freshly baked multigrain bread is the star, and even as you sop up the light Caesar dressing for the Tuna NiÇoise Tartine or crack those egg yolks on the Eggs on Toast, the bread never, ever gets soggy. Wildflour Café + Bakery, Ground Floor, V Corporate Center, 125 L.P. Leviste Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City. For reservations, call (+632) 808-7072.
Hooch's Pulled Duck Pao (P340) features fluffy 'man tao' that's steamed on one side and fried crisply on the other.