Saturday, November 21, 2015

Eggs for Breakfast Antipolo: Review

My husband loves eggs for breakfast, so when I read about this dainty restaurant ~ I only had to ask him once and we were soon on our way to Eggs for Breakfast (Restaurant).

The restaurant is located inside a compound, about 300meter off the main highway.

Eggs for Breakfast has huge grounds for running about.  It is clean and with a countryside vibe. I picture it would be perfect for an intimate garden wedding.  

A mini pond filled with koi fishes welcomes visitors and guests.

The place is air-conditioned, well lighted.
It is however a bit small with limited.  If you intend to come on a weekend, they do take in reservations ~ and I suggest you do (to avoid disappointments). 

Interiors and d√©cors is rustic and exudes a country home appeal.


 Service was surprisingly fast.  Attendants were amiable and well versed of the house specials.

We ordered:

Vigan Longganiza (P275) served with eggs, tomatoes and rice.

Bacon-Fried Eggs (P220) served with eggs and a choice of roasted potatoes or garlic rice. 

We were hungry so my husband got an extra order of  Classic Omelette with Tomatoes (P65).

We both had coffee (P95) to finish our meal.


  • Eggs for Breakfast sells ambience.  It was a perfect setting for cup of nicely brewed coffee and hefty breakfast.
  • Food was just okay for me and nothing out of the ordinary.  It was also on the expensive side at P200+ and still exclusive of coffee (which was another P95). It would have been nice if the can have coffee or tea options included in their meals already. My husband though can't stop raving about his Vigan Longganiza.
  • Staff are very accommodating and service was very efficient.  

Overall, Eggs for Breakfast is worth a try. It levels up ones dining experience by offering good food in a really beautiful surrounding so near the Metro.  If you are heading to Antipolo Cathedral via Sumulong Highway, I suggest you drop by.

Eggs For Breakfast Cafe is located at Velada Estate, 21 Don Juan Street, Villa Cecilia Subdivision, Mambugan, Lower Antipolo City

For reservations and inquiries, you may call 213-2434 or visit Eggs for Breakast facebook page at


  1. I super love the rustic vibe and for sure its very relaxing to have breastfast there. Might invite hubby to try them though we are from manila pa heheh thanks for sharing!

  2. Interesting but too far from me... the bacon and eggs dish look like something I can make at home though XD

  3. The food looks yummy naman and I'd love to have breakfast there too ^_^ ~pearliza paguio

  4. I love having eggs for breakfast along with another filipino breakfast meal. The place looks cute. I miss the bacon! =)

  5. Hi! Thanks for sharing your review. I have seen photos of Hinulugang Taktak and I'm putting it in my list of places to visit next year. I'll keep this resto in mind though may kamahalan nga ang food nila. :)

  6. I find it expensive nga, sana incuded na din coffee sa price, hihi! Good thing the ambiance is nice and service is great kaya marami din silang customers! Thanks for sharing this!

  7. How's the Vigan longganiza? Cris here of Reading Ruffolos (

  8. The food looks delish! It's been awhile since I've been to Antipolo! Will remember this! Thanks :)

  9. Yay! Coffee is pricey heheheh. They should have included that in the meal for free. Well, the ambiance is okey, no doubt about that.

  10. I love the place, sayang lang it's too far from where I live. But I'll definitely keep this is mind if we find ourselves in Antipolo.

  11. i love the interiors! it a pretty place but i find the food a bit expensive... 200+ for a plate of breakfast? and the coffee at 95! There must be something so special with it...But looks like you guys enjoyed! That's the best part :-)


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