You’ll Never Skip Almusal Again with Conti’s New Breakfast Dishes

by Pauline De Mesa
Featured | April 1, 2019

Waking up to a hot cup of coffee with your favorite Pinoy almusal on the table is an ideal morning for most Filipinos, there’s nothing like a good Filipino breakfast to bring back good ol’ childhood memories. But let’s face reality, it’s a real struggle to wake up early to prepare breakfast as an adult. Luckily, Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant will perk up your day with their new selection of breakfast meals.

As children we would start our days to the smell of sautéed rice in garlic, fried eggs, and simmered smokey longganisa. Conti’s was inspired to bring this nostalgic experience to their restaurants with their roster of new almusal offerings – Check ’em out below.


Bacon Bagnet

Conti's Bacon Bagnet
Bacon Bagnet | Photo from Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant

Their Bacon Bagnet caught our attention with its homemade cured pork belly slices, crisp to perfection with a sweet and salty sauce. Served with egg on the side, this filling meal is made complete with garlic rice and atchara.


Classic Skinless Longganisa

Conti's Classic Skinless Longganisa
Classic Skinless Longganisa | Photo from Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant

A popular Filipino breakfast staple, Classic Skinless Longganisa takes the spotlight with it’s deliciously sweet yet savory flavor. Have this meal with garlicky rice, eggs, and atchara.


Salmon Belly in Olive Oil

Conti's Salmon Belly in Olive Oil
Salmon Belly in Olive Oil | Photo from Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant

If you’re into seafood for breakfast their Salmon Belly in Olive Oil is a must-try. This meal gives you Norwegian salmon belly strips in seasoned olive oil, garlicky rice, eggs, and pickled ubod.


Croque Madame

Conti's Madame Croque
Croque Madame | Photo from Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant

To complete the set of new breakfast dishes, their Croque Madame rounds out the menu being the only sandwich of the bunch. Meaty slices of Conti’s homemade ham roll, in between toasted brioche, topped with a sunny-side-up egg, and flavorful hollandaise sauce. This dish comes with potato shoestrings and a cup of fresh fruits on the side.


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