If you want a heavy breakfast or brunch, then head over to Café Enye in Eastwood City and enjoy a Colonial Spanish cuisine for your breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Last week, Café Enye expanded their food menu by offering more meals for your daily cravings. Im aware of Café Enye’s special paella for brunch, but its so hard to try it because I always arrive in this resto at around past lunch time.
This time, they expanded the selection and offerings so that guys who want a semi- man size meal can enjoy even if its not yet lunch time.
Menu for brunch is now available at Café Enye
Paella brunch plate
And finally…I have tried Café Enye’s popular Paella brunch plate.
Btw, I mixed that on my own, because they serve the ingredients on a buffet during their brunch launch event.
It’s made from Café Enye’s fried rice, scrambled eggs, house cured beef tapa and I added some drizzles of Café Enye’s special vinegar.
You can ask for another version if you want a fried bangus, corned beef or a longganisa for your paella brunch.
Its too early and here I am enjoying a refreshing Mimosa drink.
Sarap nito!!! Fresh juice and champagne!
Café Enye’s bar tender made it from scratch.
Me enjoying a lone bro brunch at Café Enye.
Umalis na kasi sina Ted and Enzo
Garlic cilantro mussels and clams
- my fave here in Café Enye.
Mahi mahi skewers
Plantain and chorizo tortillas
located in Excelsior Eastwood, Eastwood City