A slice of breakfast

After Zac Efron’s fan conference, Giff, Pam, and I headed to Slice in High Street, Fort Bonifacio. Personally, I’m beginning to like the area particularly when it’s close to midnight because it’s quiet and the temperature is cooler. Like most of the times that we were there, it had just drizzled so we actually preferred dining al fresco.

We went for dessert but we actually ended up ordering breakfast food, haha.

Giff and Pam both had champorado, one with Belgian dark chocolate (P200) and the other with milk chocolate (below):

Champorado with milk chocolate, P160

We all thought the deconstructed presentation was Instagram-worthy.

The bright interior and beautiful plating are perfect for capturing Instagram moments.

It tasted creamy and yummy (I took a spoonful) but they both had a common complaint: it was damn tiring to chew, lol. I *think* the oats were the muesli variety so aside from the chewy exercise, they are an awesome source of fiber.

Meanwhile, I had an arroz caldo (P150), which is as good as this comfort food can get. It had several chunks of diced chicken meat, so it was pretty filling.

To complete my ‘breakfast,’ I also ordered an Americano (P90), which again, was beautifully presented. I thought the nuts and raisins were a nice touch and complemented my brew.

Slice Cafe

Mon – Thu: 9:00 am – 12:00 am
Fri – Sat: 9:00 am – 2:00 am
Sun: 9:00 am – 12:00 am

G/F Bonifacio High Street Central, West Superblock
7th Ave cor 29th St
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

+63 2 565 1998

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4 thoughts on “A slice of breakfast

  1. kal says:

    "The bright interior and beautiful plating are perfect for capturing Instagram moments"hahaha so a good lighting in restaurants is now a necessity before eating

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