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Kanto Freestyle Breakfast: Gourmet meets Affordability

Gourmet foods refer to meticulously prepared meals with delicate presentation and aesthetics – and what comes after such sophistication is great price. You can only experience it at fine diners or in in-house restaurants of  luxury inns.

But, what if I tell you that I know a karinderya (eatery) that prepares their course the gourmet way.

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast at 549 San Juaquin Street, Barangay Plainview, Mandaluyong serves their patrons all day with dedication in style. The carefully refined presentation details and the savory mix of complimenting flavors are surely enough to quench your glutton and food lust.

kanto freestyle breakfast menu

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast menu

I, with two of my friends, happened to linger in Boni area in Madaluyong so we took the chance to visit this eatery which recently made a fuss among food enthusiasts.

Few meters from the MRT station, we rode a Kalentong or Shaw-bound jeepney along Boni Avenue then got off in San Juaquin Street intersection.

The place was not that impressive – it wasn’t because of the karinderya look – but because of the flies that fluttered around. But that was not issue because it was easy to drive them away. We forgot those pesky pests later and enjoyed sneaking the crews’ deliveries to other customers while waiting for our orders, craving and thinking to, at least, taste each of those.

kanto freestyle breakfast meals

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast Meals (from top-left, clockwise: Mixed Berry Pancakes, Batangas Tapa, Breaded Pork chop, Mixed Berry Pancakes, and Kanto Eggs Benedict)

It was afternoon when we visited Kanto, but we ordered tapsi, a breakfast meal. We had Batangas tapa, breaded pork chop, fish and chips, and eggs benedict. We enjoyed it but it felt incomplete, so I am planning to visit Kanto soon and try their best-selling desserts.

When you happen to visit Kanto, you must try their deep fried oreo, mixed berry pancakes, oreo cookie butter pancake, and chocnut champorado with white goya ganache.

kanto freestyle breakfast

Kanto Breakfast Meals (from top-left, clockwise: Eggs Benedict, Batangas Tapa, Fish and Chips, and Breaded Pork Chop)

At Kanto, you can take breakfast meal anytime of the day – and, take note, only the price is cheap.

  • anonymous

    hi! how can i go there from ortigas?

    • http://www.freedomwall.net/about/ iAn

      Hi, You can take a Pasay-bound bus or south-bound MRT and get off at Boni Station. Walk towards Boni Ave. and the turn left (at the corner of 7-11). You can take Shaw-bound jeepney and get off at San Juaquin St.

      See map below. (click the map to zoom)

      directions to kanto freestyle breakfast boni mandaluyong

  • queenie

    Will visit this on Saturday. =)
    This was also featured in PopTalk of GMAnewsTV.

    • http://www.freedomwall.net/about/ iAn

      I guess, my response is late. Anyway, how’s the experience, Queenie?

  • https://www.facebook.com/beng.iriarte Editha Hermoso Iriarte via Facebook

    ginutom ako sa post mo Ian, mukhang yummy nga yung food nila diyan

    • http://www.freedomwall.net/about/ iAn

      You should try it mommy Beng kung mapadpad kayo sa Mandaluyong..

 
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