Makati Leads - - Urban Bites -

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.

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