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Jumpstart your day with a variety of breakfast offerings from Museum Café/Kabila



Crispy Pork Belly Chips served with a choice of brown or white rice, 2 eggs any style, 2 kinds of atchara, cherry tomato salsa + salted egg, and fresh seasonal fruit

MANILA, Philippines – Raintree Restaurants’ Museum Café and Kabila take breakfast to another level. Sure to jumpstart your day is the vast offering that takes you around the world in just one morning.

Lovers of Filipino food will enjoy the original choices of US Beef Belly Garlic Tapa, Daing na Norwegian Salmon, Bangus Belly “Bistek Style”, to name a few local flavors.

American selection features Double Smoked Bacon Hash or Beef Hash with Riesling Gravy served with a choice of 3 Silver Dollar Pancakes or Toasted Sourdough, Poached Eggs topped with Hollandaise, and Fresh Orange Wedges.

Seafood Congee served with a choice of 3 pieces of Shrimp Dumpling, Shark’s Fin or Siu Mai

Moving to the Eastern region, Chinese staples offered are Noodles and Congee (Anise Scented Beef, Hainan Chicken or Seafood) served with a choice of 3 pieces of Shrimp Dumpling, Shark’s Fin or Siu Mai.

Of course, breakfast will not be complete with the favorites like Omelets, Waffles or Pancakes, and the restaurant’s specialty M Benedict.

Museum Café and Kabila’s Breakfast Offerings are available everyday from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m.


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Tags: Breakfast , Food , Kabila , Lifestyle , Museum Café

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/ON7OVYELIEWW7U25MAF7XD36WU Cubano

    Where is this located?

    • tamumd

      Ayala Museum.

  • AllaMo

    Please boycott any places that serve shark-fins.



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