Break-Time at Mom & Tina’s Bakery Cafe
Since it is only occasional that I go on mid-shift at work, I make it to a point to spend sometime eating at restaurants or fast food aside from the usual lunch places like Jollibee, McDo and KFC. Last time, I asked my office mate if she can join me to have dinner at Mom and Tina’s Bakery Cafe. I knew this restaurant since then. They have two branches, one in Pasig City along E. Rodriguez avenue near Tiendesitas and the other branch is at Makati City along Dela Rosa St., Legaspi Village. I’ve read from their site that they are opening a new branch soon at Katipunan.
The bakery cafe offers traditional home cooked meals and fresh out of the oven pastries and baked goodies.
The place is welcoming and cozy. They have couch wherein you can sit back and relax as you wait for your food to come. I’ve read good reviews about Chicken Spinach Lasagna so that’s what I’ve ordered, and it took 10 – 15 minutes before my goodies arrived.
And here’s my food, the Chicken Spinach Lasagna served with Garlic Cheese Rolls.
Tocino & Egg – Tocino served with egg, rice and vinegar. For only PHP 190.
And here’s my order, German Sausage & Egg.
German Sausage & Egg – Grilled all meat sausage served with egg, rice and stone ground mustard. For only PHP 215.
Because the meal was so expensive, dapat lang masarap toh! And it doesn’t fail me after all, the sausage is really good plus the sauce.
But from all the meals I’ve tried (syempre nakitikim ako sa mga kasamahan ko ng food nila), the one I really enjoyed is the Tuna Salad Sandwich. 🙂
All in all, you should try this bakery cafe and taste their savory and home cooked goodies. It is the intimate goodness of home-cooked meals and pastries prepared in their home kitchen combined with a desire to provide a cozy, laid back, welcoming and accessible venue.
Mom & Tina’s Bakery Cafe