Sillon All Day Breakfast

Metropoll Place, Metropoll Drive cor. E. Rodriguez Jr., Ave., Libis, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Sillon All Day Breakfast
3.8
4.0 Stars

8 Reviewers

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  • 3 stars 2
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  • 1 star 1
  • 8 Reviews
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  • 8 Reviewers
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Mhie B.
4.0 Stars

The restaurant may not be noticeable as it is situated inside Metropoli along E.Rodriguez Jr. in Libis. The place is cozy, neat and very Filipino. The food selection is good and the prices a little above average for some in the selection but it's really worth your money because of the service you get. The staff are nice and accommodating. I brought my team for a breakfast meeting and they let us stay at the 2nd level so we had the entire space exclusively for us for hours at no cost.

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Mika M.
4.0 Stars

New study place! The first time I went here, I had dinner with my friend. We both ordered adobo flakes. This afternoon, I decided to have late lunch here and eventually stayed for a couple of hours to study so I can save time cause the traffic was really bad. I had adobo flakes again and my friend ordered spicy adobo pasta with egg. Their adobo flakes is good, though Crisp is still the best for me. The pasta is also good according to my friend. It's an all day breakfast place so they serve good coffee too. I had brewed coffee and cafe latte.

Good service and friendly staff128077
Will definitely go back :)

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Apollo A.
5.0 Stars

I tried a lot of breakfast resto but this is different theres something in this resto that makes ordinary breakfast become extra ordinary. To mention their adobo flakes is fantastic and theiir mango cotton chessecake is fantastic. The ambiance is good and the price is affordable. Surely i will go back here to try other food.

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Francyn M.
1.0 Stars

Ambiance was great, but i hope they used the money for more kitchen crew. We made a reservation big enough to occupy the whole place. We had our orders placed at around 6:30am but waited until 11am. Several cancelled orders and several people already walked out because they can't wait for their food any longer. We called the owner and the nerve for them to make dahilan that they dont have enough staff and supplies are limited. Disappointing! they did not even prepare despite the notice we made. Food isn't that great to make the waiting worth it. Cakes aren't fresh. At least 2days old or more. There are better choices in eastwood, do your foodtrips there instead. This place is a joke!

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Inah R.
5.0 Stars

The ambiance is very laid back and relaxing. The decors are well thought of and parking is easy because a basement parking is available. Wifi is also available for free.

the food is great. They're your usual comfort food dishes. I personally love the adobo flakes with rice! Prices are reasonable for 200 pesos a meal! :)

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Dan P.
3.0 Stars

Had a late dinner here and ordered Adobo Flakes Pasta (P195.00), Pizza Sardinas at Kesong Puti (P345.00), Beef Salpicao (P255.00), Cucumber and Lime Shake (P125.00). Music and ambiance was purely Filipino and vintage. The Salpicao was small and somewhat tough. It felt perfect for an appetizer rather than a main course. Pizza was small for its hefty pricing. The shake was nothing special since the cucumber over powered the taste. Pasta was yummy enough since it had an egg, 2 pieces of bread and sufficient amounts of adobo flakes. Staff were attentive enough to refill water but not that pleasing to converse with. We're willing to comeback because of their flexibility in time, easy parking and other dishes (will have to try the desserts here someday).

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Mary Jo-Anne S.
3.0 Stars

was not able to take pix but loved their tuguegarao longganisa with egg, garlic rice and atchara. Thehit choco tablea was not, tasted like swiss miss and not the authentic choco tablea i was expecting.

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Noelle O.
5.0 Stars

Good food, good ambiance, good prices.
Upon entry, it had the feel of a cozy old Spanish home which I loved instantly. The interiors and lighting make you feel at home ( my type of home at least :) ).
The rice meals range from P100-200, but the servings are quite filling. I ordered the tinapa flakes (left on the pictures) at P175, and once mixed with rice it was delicious! The atchara was good as well. The chicken adobo flakes on the right is at P185 and also tastes delicious.
For dessert we ordered a caramel cake ( P105) and red velvet cake ( P 125 I think ). Both were good to cap the meal.
Although still on soft opening, the service was excellent. I truly enjoyed my lunch :)

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