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Accommodation Breakfast Eats from Café Sorelle and Sunflower Café

Breakfast is always referred to as the most important meal of the day.  You’re lucky if you’re staying at one of the most popular places in Baguio City and you’ve come a-visiting in the peak season, there’s going to be a buffet breakfast waiting for you.

Otherwise, it’s a plated breakfast (Race always gets some laughs about the term plated.  He’s thinking about the other meaning. =b)  You might be thinking about eating breakfast at hotel restaurants like Café Sorelle or Sunflower Café.  Here’s my take on the breakfast eats here.

Café Sorelle

Race and I started our binging day with plate breakfast meals at Café Sorelle.  The drinks don’t come for free with these plates.

Cafe Sorelle breakfast spread - beef tapa

Beef tapa. Ohhh, look at that seared egg, its yolk is as orange as the juice (regular powder juice).  The other drink is Swissmiss.

Cafe Sorelle corned beef hash

Corned beef hash and their version would be to serve you two eggs cooked the way you like it (I tried it poached.  Oh, they know how to poach an egg ^^,) corned beef and a hash brown…separate from each other *heeee

Cafe Sorelle scene

Cafe Sorelle and us in its tiny interior. =b

When you’re at the cafe another time in the day, you can also order up some snacks and refreshing fresh fruit shakes.  As I recall their menu is limited…or maybe that was just the breakfast menu. Anyhooo.  =D

Cafe Sorelle pancit, fruit shakes and us

Al fresco dining (sort of) at Cafe Sorelle.  (Shout out to Leby! (“,)) Their pancit and glasses of fruit shakes. Apparently, the ones in season then were mangoes and a few watermelons. *harhar

Food: 3 treasure chests Again, regular stuff…the breakfast selection and also the snacks.  Palatable enough.  (“,) Breakfast is always good right?  No one really makes a mess of that? …oh, maybe there is one place. But that’s another blog for another day. =b

Service: 3 treasure chests

Ambiance: 2 treasure chests The cafe is too small.  Particularly if you’re eating breakfast, you can be sure the place will be packed a la sardines in a can if you’re late. *shyeeww better get a move on. =)

Price: 3 treasure chests

Café Sorelle

Bloomfield Hotel

No. 3 Leonard Wood Road

Baguio City, Philippines

446-9112

bloomfieldhotel.com/index.html

Sunflower Cafe

After a nice morning walk at the orchidarium, Race and I chose to try the breakfast offering at Burnham Suites.  (They’re across the street from each other.)  They only had breakfast a la carte that time so we got the Andalucian omelet and the Hungarian breakfast.

Sunflower Cafe Andalucian omelet

Andalucian omelet… egg with tomatoes, onions and mushrooms. The bread wasn’t toasted enough so I had a fine time with trying to spread the butter on it…good thing, I was happy with the eggs.

Sunflower Cafe Hungarian breakfast

Breakfast for Hungarians =D…not necessarily the breakfast for hungry people. As you can see it’s chili con hotdog with their own version of hash browns. So cute, they’re like Piknik chips in clumps. (Of course, that one, I liked and so I picked some off of Race’s plate.  Hmm, that must be why he was still hungry after the meal. =b)

Sunflower Cafe scene

The dining area, the drinkable table centerpiece and us.

Food: 3 treasure chests  Good enough for breakfast but still too common.  (I’m still amused with the Piknik looking hash browns though (“,))  And too small a serving proportion to fuel one up for a busy day.

Service: 3 treasure chests

Ambiance: 4 treasure chests I do love wide spaces and uncrowded places.  A great spot to have some quiet time… while eating/drinking. ^^,

Price: 2 treasure chests

Sunflower Café

Burnham Suites

No. 6 Kisad Road

Baguio City, Philippines

burnhamsuites-baguio.com/ppc/index.php

X marks Café Sorelle and Sunflower Café for good food (breakfast dishes – albeit common) in Baguio.  That is, if they’re the last restaurants left on earth when you wake up to a new day. =D

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6 responses to “Accommodation Breakfast Eats from Café Sorelle and Sunflower Café”

  1. XiNE says :

    Hello there, lesleycarter in Fiji! Thank you very much for clicking Like! Hang ten! Weeee! (“,)

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