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5 Best Brunch Places in BGC [Read Before You Go!]

Want to know where the hottest brunch places in BGC are?

With hundreds of famous restaurants all over the metro, it can be confusing to know where to have your first meal of the day. Especially if your hunger pangs are strong, like Big Mom’s. 🙂

That’s why in today’s post, we share the best brunch places in BGC that you absolutely need to try. Dine at these awesome places alone or with a loved one — it’s going to be worth it!

Best Brunch Places in BGC

Craving for value-for-money brunches to start your day right? These are Our Wanderluxe’s most-recommended breakfast places in BGC.

Shaka Cafe

Shaka Cafe made a name for itself for offering vegan, plant-based, and gluten-free dishes created out of organic fruits and vegetables.

Famous in beach destinations like Bohol, El Nido and Siargao, this brunch spot is now available in BGC.

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Diners love Shaka Cafe in BGC because of its healthy vegetarian options, gluten-free alternatives with nice diversity of flavors, smiling service and down-to-earth presentation.

The best part? Everything here is vegan so it’ll be a guilt-free dining experience!

Recommended dishes for brunch:

  • Bakunawa smoothie bowl (₱300 + 5% service charge)
  • Ubeautiful smoothie bowl (₱300 + 5% service charge)
  • Matcha Latte with oat milk base (₱180 + 5% service charge)
  • Pad Thai (₱350 + 5% service charge)

Brunch budget: ₱600 per person

High Street Cafe

Who says you can’t have an enjoyable brunch at Shangri-La The Fort, BGC?

With its in-house restaurant, High Street Cafe offering tons of Continental, Western, Chinese, Asian, and Filipino breakfast specialties, you’re all set to have a personalized brunch dining experience with their breakfast buffet offering.

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Brunch budget: The breakfast buffet of Shangri-La costs ₱1,500+ per person, but you can get it for FREE when you book a discounted stay at the hotel here.

The Fat Seed Cafe

Another great breakfast place in BGC, The Fat Seed Cafe prides itself in being a third-wave café and restaurant with the vibrant murals, eclectic décor and easy-going vibe, usually filled with university students and coffee-lovers.

Their focus has always been on providing a great experience and serving quality products to their diners, so you can rest easy knowing your brunch experience here will be worth it.

Pro-tip: If you’re at Quezon City, The Fat Seed Cafe also has a branch at U.P. Town Centre so no need for you to travel far.

Recommended dishes for brunch:

  • Manuka Honey latte (₱230)
  • Buttermilk Fried Chicken and Ube Waffle (₱325)
  • Truffle Bacon Burger (₱500)
  • Shakshuka (₱350)

Brunch budget: ₱600 per person

Little Flour Cafe

Next up on this list is a hidden gem when it comes to brunch places in BGC: Little Flour Cafe located at the ground floor in World Plaza 4th avenue, BGC.

You may not be familiar with Little Flour, but if you’ve heard about Wildflour, then you’re almost there.

Little Flour is the sister company of the famous Wildflour Cafe, so if you love Wildflour’s dishes then you’ll be pleased to know that they offer Wildflour’s best-selling meals here as well.

A brunch place wouldn’t be complete without omelette, and Little Flour lets its diners customize how they want theirs done.

Here’s something you can try on your next visit: omelette with chorizo! The soft, creamy omelette blends well with the subtle spiciness of the chorizo — perfect with a cup of coffee.

Recommended dishes for brunch:

  • Watermelon iced tea (₱195 + service charge)
  • Beef tapa rice bowl (₱550 + service charge)
  • Champorado (₱260 + service charge)
  • Little Flour burger (₱475 + service charge)

Brunch budget: ₱700 per person

Elephant Grounds Manila

If you’re in the mood to have your brunch abroad, but you don’t have the time to travel yet, then you’re in luck.

Elephant Grounds Manila, a Hongkong third-wave coffee franchise concept by The Standard Group (think Yabu or Ippudo) offers Asian comfort food with locally roasted coffee to satisfy your brunch cravings.

Even better, it’s the home of the best ice cream sandwiches in Hong Kong, so no need to go to a separate place for dessert!

Recommended dishes for brunch:

  • Smoked ba-corn croquette (₱270)
  • Yuzu salmon eggs benny (₱535)
  • Gruyere grilled cheese sandwich (₱520)
  • Masala chai latte (₱160)

Brunch budget: ₱700 per person

Which is the Best Brunch Place in BGC?

If you’re going to eat brunch without a considerable time limit, then it’s best that you visit the High Street Cafe located at Shangri-La in BGC.

This way, you can dine leisurely at the breakfast buffet of the hotel, complete with different dishes and breakfast meals to suit your preferences.

If you want a unique brunch experience, then we definitely recommend Shaka Cafe.

With its breakfast smoothie bowls designed to supercharge your mornings, dining here is the perfect way to start your day. Just make sure to arrive early since seats are limited. 🙂

And that’s it, folks. We hope this blog post helped you consider the top brunch places in BGC that offer value-for-money dining experiences for you and the special people in your life.

Are you looking for the best place to have afternoon tea? See this review of Marco Polo’s afternoon tea to find out about our dining experience.

You can also check out this next post on Hilton Manila breakfast buffet review.

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