Breakfast 24/7 at Kanto Freestyle Breakfast

| April 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ever experienced waking up in the middle of the night and feeling like you want to eat some spam and egg but you don’t have any in your fridge? Or that feeling when you started to crave for a beef tapa, a Vigan longganisa, pancakes or even a French toast? And even if you wanted those breakfast meals, you find your wallet and discover that you only have a hundred pesos left? Well then you must be thankful that there is Kanto Freestyle Breakfast to serve your very need.

Located at three branches – Mandaluyong, Libis and Kapitolyo, Pasig, this 24-hour breakfast store serves breakfast all day long. They even have a wide range of variety from which you can choose from. So whatever your taste buds suggest, they have it.

So you might think what is different in this food chain compared to others that serves breakfast as well. For starters, they operate 24/7 which means you can have breakfast any time of the day. Also, the price range of their food is not that high as compared to the others. You can have breakfast at less than a hundred bucks. Lastly, what makes Kanto a very hit breakfast store is the way their food is being presented. If it wasn’t for the location, you might think that you are in a 5-star restaurant. It is always a gourmet meal.

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast Menu

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast Menu

As for their menu, the food is grouped into three categories – Freestyle Breakfast, Kanto Boy Breakfast and Pancakes/French Toast/Atbp. For the Freestyle Breakfast, these are all the available viands you can choose from which includes Batangas Beef Tapa, Spanish Sardines Tempura, Pampanga Tocino, Spam, Crispy Pork Belly and many more. Kanto Boy Breakfast is a full meal, including garlic rice, eggs and tomato pesto on the side that is added on to the viands. Lastly, as the name suggests, Pancakes/French Toast/Atbp. includes the gourmet pancakes, toasts but you would be surprised to see other choices like eggs benedict with potato wedges and they also have omelettes.

For the price, most of the items in the menu are priced at 90php. If you want to add drinks, then you must budget around 150php per head which is not high of a price for a gourmet breakfast. Kanto also serves desserts like fried oreos and is also a must-try. In fact, everything on their menu is a must-try. To reiterate how famous Kanto Freestyle Breakfast is, they have been featured on a lot of TV shows like Saksi, Unang Hirit, Rated K, Bandila and even TFC, the channel for the Overseas Filipino Workers. Imagine being shown worldwide. That is something.

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast

Now that the food and the price has been laid out, the last question is how to get there? I have mentioned that the store has three branches. The original branch is in Plainview, Mandaluyong City. We usually go there by cab, but if you would want to commute, from Robinsons Forum along EDSA and near Boni MRT Station, ride a jeepney with the signboard “Gabby’s”. Tell the driver to drop you off at San Joaquin. The fare is 8php. If you want to go to the Kapitolyo, Pasig branch, you can ride a jeepney going to Pasig Palengke from EDSA Crossing and ask the driver to drop you off at Kapitolyo. From Kapitolyo, you can ride a tricycle and ask the driver to take you to 1st Street. Lastly, if you want to go to their branch at Libis, you might want to take a cab since it is along C5 and is near Eastwood so mode of transportation is harder to find.

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