Tipsy Pig now opens at 7 a.m. for your early-morning breakfast takeout
If you need motivation to wake up in the morning, Tipsy Pig’s Pinoy breakfast will definitely do the trick
Sep 3, 2020
Since the quarantine happened, most of us are just sitting at home and reminiscing on the good ol’ days when we’d go for an impromptu breakfast with friends after a night out. Although the end is nowhere in sight, at least we can relive those early morning memories with Pinoy breakfast favorites from Tipsy Pig.
The pre-pandemic go-to spot for great drinks and delicious food now opens at 7 a.m. to serve Pinoy breakfast favorites such as tapa, longganisa, bangus and other typical Pinoy fare. Each serving comes with your choice of either rice or pandesal, two eggs cooked according to your preferences, and a refillable kapeng Barako to really wake you up and help you get started on your day.
Their breakfast menu is available from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. daily, so even the not-so-early birds can order up. Aside from their Pinoy breakfast, they also serve crowd pleasers from their menu such as kare-kare, chicken skin, and sisig.
The best part? Aside from dining in, their breakfast meals are available for takeout if you want to enjoy them from the comfort of your own home. You can also order your other favorites for delivery on Foodpanda (if you just can’t be bothered to get up and leave the house).
We honestly can’t wait to get back out there and enjoy dining out stress-free, but for now, this will definitely do.
Header photo from Tipsy Pig Gastropub’s Facebook
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