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If your alarm clock doesn’t do the trick, then maybe an awesome breakfast will.

Even people who don’t like mornings can’t say no to a good breakfast. Luckily, some of these places in Quezon City open as early as 6:00 am and most serve all-day breakfast to cater to those whose mornings start much later than others. Whether it’s pancakes, silogs, toasts with the works, or just simple good coffee you’re looking for, there’s a little bit of something for people of all appetites in the list below.

UPDATE: Check out the Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in Quezon City!

And hey, if it’s too early to figure out where to go, that’s what Booky is for. Search for ‘BREAKFAST’ while you’re on the road to see places serving breakfasts around you.

Olivia’s – Sct. Lozano

Offering fusion food in a well lit space, Olivia’s is a great place to have some good coffee during mornings. They’re open from 7 AM almost every day except during Fridays and Saturdays.

It’s perfect for: Early risers and those that want to work remotely

Recommended dishes: steak and egg, grilled balsamic adobo, and big breakfast

olivias fusion cafe korean bowls breakfast brunch
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124 Scout Lozano, Brgy. Sacred Heart, Quezon City
0939 800 8808

Frazzled Cook – Sct. Gandia

A classic Tomas Morato establishment, the Frazzled Cook is a homey restaurant located Sct. Gandia. They serve classic Filipino dishes as well as fusion food.

It’s perfect for: Those who want a variety of options when ordering.

Recommended dishes: Steak and rice, grandma's homemade longganisa, sisig rice bowl

Frazzled Cook Grandma's Homemade Longganisa

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Wildflour – Sct. Madriñan

An now modern classic when it comes to brunches, pastries, and cakes, Wildflour’s first location in Quezon City is now open!

It’s perfect for: Brunch dates and meeting up with friends.

Recommended dishes: smoked salmon and eggs on toast, kimchi fried rice, Wildflour breakfast

Wildflour Manila Bakery
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The Fat Seed Cafe + Roastery – multiple branches

The Fat Seed Cafe + Roastery is a restaurant offers fusion comfort food dishes including breakfast food, specialty coffee, and even alcoholic drinks

It’s perfect for: those looking for a fancy breakfast option.

Recommended dishes: Bruschetta Medley and Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Ube Waffle in Salted Egg Sauce.
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G/F Phase 2, UP Town Center, Katipunan Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 8936-2113

Crepe Talk Cafe – Scout Tobias

There’s nowhere else to find a homey vibe when having breakfast than in Crepe Talk Cafe as it really was formerly a house, now renovated into a restaurant. Try both their sweet and savory crepes.

It’s perfect for: Light eaters and sweet tooth

Recommended dishes: Malibu, Meet My Ex, Beef Crepe, Banana Rama

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57 Scout Tobias, Quezon City

Kandle Café – Mother Ignacia

Kandle Café is a neighborhood cafe serving contemporary local dishes made with home-grown greens. Signature dishes include Mr. Egoy and Ms. Eggy pasta and the Kandle Burger. Specialty coffee and local beers are also served.

It’s perfect for: Those who want healthy takes on familiar dishes.

Recommended Dishes: Arrozcaldo, Kandle Burger, Cafe Latte, Mr. Egoy and Ms. Eggy Pasta
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113 Mother Ignacia Ave., South Triangle, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 8372-4504

Kanto Freestyle Breakfast – multiple branches

Breakfast food at any time of the day is always a good idea. Luckily enough, Kanto Freestyle Breakfast serves breakfast favorites 24/7. The all-day breakfast joint serves as a modern and upgraded tapsihan/carinderia for a good time with friends. 

It’s perfect for: Those who want customizable Filipino breakfast at reasonable prices or those who want breakfast at around 2 in the morning.

Recommended Dishes: New Zealand Beef Tapa, Chocnut Champorado with Tuyo, Oreo Cookie Butter Pancakes
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79-B Scout Fuentebella near Tomas Morato, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 8546-9368

Cafe Dominique – West Triangle

Cafe Dominique is a casual family-run restaurant serving American fusion comfort food including buttered prawns, roast chicken, twice-cooked pork belly, milkshakes, and desserts.

It’s perfect for: Those who are planning to eat with a big group of people and you want somewhere with good lighting perfect for souvenir photo ops.

Recommended dishes: Roast Beef with X.O. Sauce, Creamy Four Cheese, Mango Graham
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42 Examiner St. West Triangle, Quezon City
(0927) 128-9366

Wadough’s – Maginhawa

Wadough’s is a whimsical cake and dessert cafe that specializes in out-of-the-box and Instagram-worthy pastries. They also offer all-day breakfast meals, coffees, light snacks, and customized cakes for special events.

It’s perfect for: Those who love to treat themselves with cake since Wadough’s has a variety of cake flavors you can choose from.

Recommended dishes: Parmesan Cheesecake, Tablea Yema Cake, Breakfast of Champions, Black Bottom Cupcake, Mango Graham Float with Salted Caramel, Pesto Walnut Grilled Cheese, Black Bottom Cake
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154 Maginhawa Street, Sikatuna Village, Diliman, Quezon City
(0917) 708-7896

Apéro – Corinthian Hills

Apéro is a neighborhood café along Corinthian Hills that serves a cascading menu, which means you can expect different menu items for each time of the day. From the French word Apéritif which means “to open,” Apéro is a slang term that is often referred to as “food eaten in the late afternoon or early evening.”

It’s perfect for: Those who are looking for a province-like escape complete with luxurious French breakfast dishes, the aroma of fresh bread baking, and calming interiors.

Recommended dishes: Smoked Roasted Duck Porchetta, Duck Confit du Marche
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Cover Photo from Olivia’s

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Corinthian Hills, Temple Drive, 1800 Quezon City, Philippines
(02) 8532-8064

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