Friday, November 27, 2015

Minced Manila, Antipolo: Restaurant Review

Where to go for a birthday breakfast?


My itinerary for the day brought me to this quaint restaurant atop the hills of Antipolo.  Minced Manila is just a kilometer away the Antipolo Cathedral, which made it a perfect breakfast stop-over after mass. 

I first read of Minced Manila from a friend blogger of Memet Diaries, who rated Minced Manila as a worthy visit
We ordered from their breakfast menu (available from 7am - 10am only). The breakfast menu is served with garlic rice, two eggs and brewed all you can drink coffee.
My husband got Longganisa Lucban.
The longganisa smells so good half ended on my plate :P

Longganisa Lucban set cost P200.
I love their garlic rice... and their sunny side-up eggs were perfect.  The "atsara" with the longganisa was spot-on.
I got the Hungarian Sausage, which I of course had to share with my husband, after eating most of his longganisa.

Hungarian Sausage set cost P180.
Coffee was very strong, which was how we liked it.  "We were happy to hear that coffee was refillable, but one cup was all we needed to keep us up the entire day". You won't be needing a refill :P  

Minced Manila is more than just a breakfast place, they also boast a full lunch and dinner menu, that I am sure are also MUST TRY.

  • Minced Manila is a wonderful find, serving delectable breakfast at really reasonable price. I would definitely come back to try their lunch and dinner menu. 
  • Staff are attentive and amiable. 
  • Secured location and ample parking a plus.
Minced Manila is located at the
2nd floor of EM Gems Building  L. Sumulong Circumferential Road Antipolo
For inquiries check out their facebook page:
Contact Number: 696-0148


  1. Now, I miss breakfast in the Philippines. =) My husband loves the garlic rice and the longganisa. It looks really good here.

  2. a must visit soon! Especially knowing that sa Antipolo lang. Super lapit samin. :) I don't usually go around antipolo but I know there's so many great restaurants :)

  3. Their food looks good. :) Will share this to my friends.

  4. Nakakagutom hehe Never had anything good for breakfast during birthday. More on lunch and dinner kami talaga pero it's a nice way to start your day. ~pearl paguio

  5. Yay! My family loves to eat breakfast food! Will definitely try this one!

  6. One of the things I truly miss about the Philippines is the rice-filled breakfast. Tocino is a favorite! Will take note of this one. Thanks for sharing!

  7. I'm getting hungry. Who wouldn't want those breakfast platters? I love the ambience too!

  8. Would love to get here soon! I will have this place on my list when visiting Antipolo.

  9. Looks like a really nice place. I'll visit that place when we go to Antipolo.

  10. I haven't been to Antipolo for months now. This looks like a great place to check out the next time we're there. :) I love discovering new restos to try.

  11. A lot of nice places in antipolo and this adds to my list!


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