House of Waffles: Eggs – Just the Way I Like Them
How do you like your eggs?
Me, I like them scrambled with everything in it (cubes and slices of veggies, meat, etc., either fried with or stuffed into the egg.) If you’re like me, a great place to get these eggs (and I really mean plural) is from the House of Waffles.
Okay, nobody be smart mouthed saying they should call themselves the House of Eggs, they do serve waffles here …as well as some Korean dishes, too. (Last I was there, they had tables in their establishment, the ones that had stoves installed in the middle of them like when you go eat shabu-shabu.)
For breakfast, for any other meal as well as for a heavy snack, their selection is sure to fill you up and pump you good with protein (not to mention all the other essential vitamins and minerals ^^,). If you want my advice though, it’s best to come here for breakfast. You’re having eggs, waffles, pancakes and things like that so it might as well be for breakfast =D. Also, when the sun rises up from the horizon (and over the Camp John Hay Suites *heehaha. The restaurant is on a hill higher than the Suites but anyway, when the sun rises, the Suites still gets into the way of sun), it’s beautiful at the House of Waffles. Way to greet a beautiful day. \m/
So going back to the eggs, the House of Waffles calls them skillets. You get a three-egg omelet (didn’t I tell you it was S *hihi) stuffed with a variety of things. Bell pepper, diced ham, sausage, and jalapenos are just some of the ingredients you’ll find inside these eggs. I’m not done. The skillets are topped with heaps of grated cheese, sauce depending on the type you get and an olive (a la hors d’oeuvres). Also, you get your skillet of eggs with toast and country potatoes or a hash brown (you choose which one).
If you’re at the House of Waffles for waffles, you’ve got a number of choices too; plain waffles or go all out with waffles with fruits, topped with whipped cream and also ice cream =). If you want pancakes, those are also the stove top specials at this restaurant. You get your pancakes with strips of bacon or sausages and a scrambled egg when you add P50.
There’s nothing plain about the plain omelets from this food establishment. Omelets are also made with three eggs, served with toast, country potatoes or a hash brown on the side. Depends really on what kind you pick out. If you want to go country, your omelet will have ham, mushrooms and cheese. If you want a Californian omelet, this will be fried with tomatoes, bacon, and cheese. (…alrightie, think I’m ready to concede that this establishment should be the House of Eggs. (“,))
X marks House of Waffles for good food (my favorite style eggs-stuffed with everything wonderful) in Baguio. Get your protein on!
Food: for their skillet selections specifically. I liked the mexicali one, setting aside some of the jalapenos; the sauces and the eggs with everything it in was delish! (Will have to try their Korean offering some time.)
Ambiance: They got a little bit drab as the years passed. From a John Hay cottage (I’m so nostalgic right now *sigh) to Country Waffles (with their iced teas in mini jar looking glasses and their huge plates of beautiful, wonderful salads) to the House of Waffles selling waffles, eggs, and Korean dishes too, they might have slackened up a bit with their ambiance. Again, come in the morning; the sunshine of a new day will work wonders on the place and on you. ^^,
House of Waffles
Camp John Hay
Baguio City, Philippines
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