B & P All Day Breakfast – Comfort Food


When it comes to choosing where and what to eat, you could say that I hardly go out of my comfort zone. This is especially true for breakfast. Since it is the first meal of the day, having a satisfactory experience with food can truly make my day, and the reverse is also true. If I am not feeling well and feel so hungry, I always want my comfort food. I know everyone of us has his/her own comfort food. For me, noodles, egg and rice will most often do.

With all the new restaurant concepts available in the metro, however, I couldn’t help but join the bandwagon of adventurous souls to see what could be out there. Recently, I got the chance to try the B & P All Day breakfast restaurant in Cyberscape Alpha, Garnet Road in Ortigas. It is among the concepts by the Cravings Group. I had a nice previous experience with Cravings and that inched up my expectations of B&P.

True enough, I found the place to be cool and comfortable with it laid-back, wooden set-up. The yellow lighting provided a relaxing ambiance, carrying the open kitchen concept where my son enjoyed watching the chef as she was preparing our meal. With its relaxing ambiance, I didn’t get into the mad mood even if the food that was served to me was not what I asked for and it took time before the correct order was served because the staff are smiling and accommodating.

Creole Egg

Pan Fried Bangus Belly

I ordered Creole eggs with all-beef patty in red wine with demi glaced top with spinach and poached egg. It was served with hash brown which I wanted to be replaced with garlic rice, and yet, they still served it with hash brown so I had to order an extra fried rice for it. My son and wife ordered a pan fried bangus belly, adobo rice, egg and pickled relish.

B and P Menu

Overall, I could confidently say that the food tasted great and really comforting. I look forward to return and by then, I am excited to see how the young chefs can create further twists to comfort home food.

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Kit is a self-taught photographer who possesses an insatiable desire to capture and freeze through his lens remarkable moments that revolve around travel, food, sports and special events. A registered nurse by profession, Kit traces back his passion for visual media when his camera has become his constant companion to his various medical missions and travels. His photographic works can be viewed at the TheSideTripper.com and Imahe.net, website he established that feature collections of photographs and blogs about the many travel and food tripping adventures of his family and friends. He also undertakes freelance assignments for online and print publications, most recently at Motorcycle Magazine where he is a contributor. He may be reached at admin@thesidetripper.com.

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