Early Bird Breakfast Club


The meal that we love the most is breakfast! It’s really amazing to see so many establishments coming up with all day breakfast meals already. Probably because breakfast gives out that positive vibe and I guess Filipinos are fond of breakfast meals. You do see it around the metro where different restaurants sells the famous breakfast meals like the Tapsilog (Beef strips, with fried rice and sunny side-up egg) or longsilog (this time, it’s pork that looks like sausage).

We tried out Early Bird Breakfast Club for dinner, right after we got off from work. It just screams morning vibes when you get inside the establishment. It had that cozy and inviting feeling to it. Plus, to add to their decor, the menu’s are transformed into newspapers. Now that’s starting the day right, or rather the night, haha reading the paper but not about what’s happening in the outside world, instead what’s cooking up in the kitchen!

IMG_9762-34Tenderloin Tapa (Php 395)

Just like we mentioned, Tapa is the ultimate breakfast meal that almost every Filipino enjoys. So, did we enjoy this dish? Of course we definitely did, The plating itself was so vibrant and really appetizing. The rice was placed inside a glass, really artsy. The egg just oozes with deliciousness, the best combination with the tapa. The price is a little steep though, but then the dish was full of flavor and was delicious to the last bite.

IMG_9778-36Cranberry Piglets (Php395)

We also ordered their Cranberry Piglets. Not a breakfast meal but still another delicious dish and very well plated and it’s already good for sharing.

IMG_9788-37Puto Bumbong Pancakes (Php 325)

Then just in-time! Sambang Gabi has started ( a Filipino tradition of going to mass for 9 straight days, early in the morning until Christmas day 🙂 )and the classic Puto Bumbong has been part of the yearly tradition. Puto Bumbong is actually sticky rice, purple in color, though not sure where the color was derived. Then it’s smothered with margarine, brown sugar and shredded coconut wrapped in banana leaves. Something absolutely worth trying.

The Breakfast Club had its own version; Puto Bumbong PANCAKES! At first we couldn’t imagine how it would turn out or even taste like. When it was served to us it just looks weird but scrumptious hahaha. The pancake had the sticky rice mixed in it and on top is the brown sugar with melted cheese (who would have thought!). It also had coconut whipped cream (again! who would have thought haha) and a piece of strawberry to give it the Christmas vibe (I think).


They also have S’mores in a Jar, though we were too stuffed to try another dessert, lets reserve that for another day. 🙂


Branches: Eastwood Mall, Century City and The Fort, BGC. 

Website: www.earlybirdbreakfastclub.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/earlybirdbreakfastclub 


22 comments on “Early Bird Breakfast Club

  1. Fred
    December 16, 2014

    I am confused. Is “The Breakfast Club” the same as “Early Bird Breakfast Club”? You use the name interchangeably. I have been to Erich Gonzalez’ “Breakfast Club” in QC, which I do not know if its related to this resto you are reviewing or not. That one was not good, so expensive but the food is so ordinary. Pancakes for more than P300 is too much for me.

    • timjuls
      December 16, 2014

      Hi Fred, thanks for pointing that out. My mistake on that! It’s Early Bird Breakfast Club 😀 and I don’t think it’s the same as the one you’re pertaining too. I agree with you on pancakes worth 300+ is too pricey but the one we tried was pretty good and it’s already great for sharing 🙂

  2. Fernanda
    December 16, 2014

    Hello!! Wow, the food looks so good! And the decor is very well done, very sweet =)

  3. Louise
    December 16, 2014

    I spent my birthday breakfast in one of their branches and it was a wonderful experience. It’s quite pricey, yes, but their meals are great to start the morning off. Not to forget their colorful but relaxed interiors. Besides, you will not eat breakfast here every day. Once in a while would be enough. 🙂

  4. Sin Yee
    December 16, 2014

    What a interesting name! The food are mouth-watering.

  5. The food looks good! It doesn’t have to be for breakfast only right? Because I thought it’s good for brunch too!
    I thought the Puto Bumbong PANCAKES looks pretty interesting. I won’t want the whole thing to myself though. Want to share!

    • timjuls
      December 16, 2014

      You can enjoy for lunch dinner and for a midnight snack hehe :D. Yup the Puto Bumbong Pancakes itself is a heavy meal already, so it’s really great for sharing.

  6. R U S S
    December 16, 2014

    I love Early Bird Breakfast Club. The Puto Bumbong Pancakes are new right? This is the first time I’ve heard of it and it look like I’m going to visit Early Bird Breakfast Club soon. And you know why I’m going there 🙂

  7. Franc Ramon
    December 16, 2014

    They have a lot of nice breakfast offering. I’ll check out their BGC branch soon.

  8. Sim @ SimsLife.co.uk
    December 16, 2014

    You have tapa for breakfast? Suddenly my toast does not seem so appealing! I need to move, that all looks so delicious!! Simone x

    • timjuls
      December 17, 2014

      Yes we do! You should come visit the Philippines and try it out 😀

  9. yuhjiun
    December 17, 2014

    Love all your pictures and the place looks so cozy and delicious food! 😀

  10. Khushboo
    December 17, 2014

    This is such a cute place! I loved your photographs and the food looks really sumptuous 🙂

  11. Michael Angelo
    December 17, 2014

    I cant wait to try out this restaurant! BGC is really becoming a food haven. They all look so delicious an I just can’t wait to see their menus!

  12. Elana Khong
    December 17, 2014

    Wow… love your foods pic so much. I wonder what camera u using…. Let’s eat like a King for breakfast. LOL

    • timjuls
      December 19, 2014

      Thanks Elana 🙂 We’re using a canon 60d 😀 Lets eat like we own the world hehehe!

  13. Eliz Frank
    December 17, 2014

    I don’t eat meat but that picture of Tapa is so delicious looking. I’ve never heard o the dish, but I can understand why it is loved.

  14. Raymond Vasquez
    December 17, 2014

    Wow, makes me want to roam around BGC soon. I am set for a another day trip there, so might have to check this one. 🙂

  15. Akinlonu temitope
    December 17, 2014

    Wow seeing all this dishes is already making my mouth water and making me feel hungry. I love the dishes made by the early breakfast club you guys should keep up the good work.

  16. Chinky Magtibay
    December 18, 2014

    Your pictures makes me want to go to Early Bird Breakfast Club now! hahaha I’ve heard so much about this place. But I haven’t really tried it yet. Must set some time to do this soon! 🙂

  17. Gil Camporazo
    December 19, 2014

    I beg to disagree when you said that Filipinos are fond of breakfast meals. yes, they to in the affordable way. A person may miss eating his lunch or dinner, but not breakfast. the foods in the Breakfast Club are too expensive. Rice pancake alone costs P325 per serving. I think the place is for elite. – Gil Camporazo.

  18. gillian
    December 21, 2014

    a post well done! the food looks very beautifully shot!

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