Monthly Archives: January 2013

Milky & Sunny

Second entry of 2013 goes to ANOTHER breakfast nook–Milky & Sunny! This is actually the third time we dined at this place. We had lunch here yesterday, and as usual, they did not disappoint.

Interior. Like other breakfast places, Milky & Sunny has this ‘homey’ feel.

Menu: Tapa salad, bacon tostadas, tuna spring rolls, bacon and spam pasta (which I almost ordered), and eggs benedict. And of course, typical breakfast fare like pancakes (bananarama/strawberry cheesecake) French toast (banana king kong/choco hazelnut), omelettes, fruit parfait, and unlimited cereal. That’s right. UNLIMITED cereal.

Chicken and waffles. (Plus little shreds of bacon.) The waffles were a bit thick and the sweetness was a bit overpowering, but it was yummy. The saltiness of the bacon balances out the sweetness of the dish.

A glass of fresh milk.

My other order was the Tomato Mozzarella and Pepperoni omelette. Funny that they would name this dish that, since there wasn’t any hint of mozzarella in it at all. -_- It’s still good, though! It’s like eating a pizza omelette. ^^ Like the bacon, it balanced out the sweetness of the chicken and waffles. And, uh, no offense but I think the plate looks a little bit drab…

My parents ordered the rice and egg meals. For your viand, You can choose from tapa, chicken, bangus, tocino, bacon, longganisa, Hungarian sausage, and Spam.

Maybe this picture can give a better explanation. ^^;;

So the meal that we ate was great and affordable, but according to my mom, the place itself could use a little bit of tidying up since according to her, their washroom…. Wasn’t really that sanitary. šŸ˜” The food makes up for it, though.

Milky & Sunny is located at #9 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig City.



First of all… (Super belated) Happy New Year!!!! Eeek! Sorry if I haven’t posted in a while… Unfortunately the third sem of this schoolyear has just started, so I’m gonna be very busy for the next couple of weeks. >_<

Interior shot.

Our first trip of 2013 goes to Flapjacks, a restaurant specializing in breakfast meals. I had lunch here after doing some school-related errands.

Chicken strippers.

Starters include Parmesan garlic wings, and the ‘Awesome trio platter’ (which includes buffalo wings, calamari, & nachos). I ordered the chicken strippers, a starter served with fries and honey mustard sauce. It wasn’t too bad, but the fries were unevenly seasoned, and I was expecting the chicken to be a lot crispier (with a consistency similar to KFC’s). And a tip: Better gobble this up while it’s still warm ^^

Their main dishes include the FJ Crispy Fried Chicken, the Cajun-Spiced Porkchop, Fish & Chips, BBQ Pork Ribs, and the Bacon-wrapped Pork Medallions.

They also have combo plates, all-day breakfast (like the bacon & mushroom omelette, & their chicken longganisa), and “sweet treats” (desserts like their Tutti-FruittiĀ  Crepe, the Itsy-Bitsy Sundae, and this lucious piece of heaven called the Chocolate Madness). Drinks include milkshakes, fruit shakes, floats, juices, and beer. And they have unlimited coffee!


And of course, a breakfast place wouldn’t be complete without pancakes, french toast, and waffles–Or as I like to call them, ‘The big three’ ^^ Flapjacks serves all three of them, and you can choose from three options: Regular (Golden Pancakes, Homemade Waffles, and Traditional French Toast), Platter (This one’s pretty heavy since it comes with two eggs, sausage and bacon) and Fancy, which I ordered.

Chocolatey goodness.

Their Fancy French Toast comes in three varieties–Chocolate, banana pecan, and blueberry. No need to guess which one I chose. Hehe. The bread was really soft, and the chocolate sauce/powdered sugar wasn’t overpowering.

(Notice that I didn’t really order much, coz my parents had their own lunch at Le Ching and I took a few sips of mom’s beef noodle soup– I was starving! So I was pretty much half full by the time we ate here >_<)

Another interior shot. (And yes, that is Sen. Revilla on the TV screen.)

I would definitely recommend this place if you want to have lunch with your family, or if you want to host a children’s party. They have kids meals (called ‘FJ Juniors’… The name honestly reminds me of a college basketball team), plus the friendly staff and the brightly-colored interiors are welcoming and homely. ^^

Flapjacks is located at Retail Center, Ayala TechnoHub, Commonwealth, Quezon City.
Contact Numbers: 4411314 / 0917-582-6731.