Wake up! Fowl Bread now serves breakfast
It’s no secret that breakfast has the power to command your disposition. What you eat—and where you eat—it can create the tone for whatever you've set out to do. Apparently, being a one-stop shop for chicken sandwiches isn't enough. Fowl Bread recently introduced a new breakfast menu, and if you're one of those who loves ending a major party sesh with their great noodles, then starting out with their sausages is an A-plus way to get your day going.
Fowl Bread, which replaces what used to be a camera shop, in Bonifacio High Street, is a casual space where a retro vibe is juxtaposed with bold, new dishes. It harkens back to simple food stands of yore, but walk over to the side and you'll find a nondescript door that leads to a cramped sit-down area. Since they opened in March, the owners have noticed the number of the early-morning joggers and hungover night owls prowling the streets for some grub. This built-in clientele prompted them to start serving breakfast.
Available from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., Fowl Bread's breakfast menu is composed of well-balanced platters that are filling and familiar yet still consistent with the rest of their unique menu selection. Through extensive research and practice—like how to create the perfect sunny-side up or how to cook deliciously cubed potatoes, they’ve come up with three new dishes perfect for an early-morning pick-me-up.
Corned Beef Hash
Pineapple Yakult Frozen Cocktail, House Iced Tea, Strawberry Hibiscus Slushie
The dishes come in hefty sizes; all are accompanied by two eggs (a toss-up between sunny-side up or scrambled), a heap of crispy potatoes, and some toast. The five-spice sausages are made in the house, and its slight spiciness goes well with the tomatoes. The corned beef hash, a favorite for those who crave a more Filipino-esque breakfast, is juicy with a little bit of crunch, adding a whole new dimension to the familiar dish. The smoked bratwurst platter, which comes with a delicious sauce, is already a wonderful and delicious breakfast option.
Pork Dan Dan Rice
Famous noodles with potstickers and beans
Aside from the newly introduced breakfast platter, the Fowl Bread already has a cult following for their well-curated menu. The standouts are the potsticker Szechuan noodle, which is well-suited for spicy food lovers and the gyoza-obsessed, and the crispy pork chop dan dan rice, for those craving a perfectly crispy porkchop and delicious spiced rice to go with it. Still, beignets can't hurt either.