Magandang Umaga All Day Restaurant Breakfast
Chef Arch has done it in this affordable gourmet breakfast restaurant that is open 24/7.
This is not your typical carenderia that serves Filipino-style breakfast, this is a totally upgraded eatery that uses sous vide cooking technique. And we thoroughly enjoyed our time eating their food creations.
This restaurant is the center for innovating the food of Kanto Freestyle Breakfast food chain. As its innovation hub, we have high expectations for this place’s food.
Kanto Freestyle 65° is a community-based restaurant that offers a casual dining experience.
Aesthetically speaking, the place looks like a posh classic Filipino restaurant where family and friends can enjoy a meal together.
The place may look small and high from outside, but you would not be disappointed when you come in and smell the food they are preparing.
It is easy to eat to your heart’s content in this place because of its ambiance.
They mainly serve Filipino breakfast meals and their food presentation was superb. It looked like we were definitely getting our money’s worth.
The food that they prepare comes with a bit of a twist that brings out the great flavors. In pursuing new innovations in Filipino cuisine, they still have the classic favorites that many customers enjoy.
Kanto Freestyle 65° uses sous vide technique where the food is placed in a plastic pouch or glass jar that is cooked in the water longer than the usual cooking time. It is cooked at a regulated temperature to achieve the optimal food taste.
We also learned that the restaurant goes by the name 65°, unlike its other branches, because the eggs they serve are all cooked sous-vide up to 65°. But if you want to have it prepared the usual way, you can ask them to serve it based on your preference.
The restaurant provides affordable food that does not exceed Php 200. The restaurant owners believe in serving the best with the best price in mind.
THE FOOD THAT WE TRIED
Roast Beef Pares (Php 180)
This one was my fave and I super loved it!
You’ll find yourself drooling while checking out the picture. Just imagine the rich and savory flavors as you take a bite from this big serving of Pares.
Roast beef Pares is usually shredded but not in Kanto Freestyle 65°, they have it as ribbed. The beef is braised for 4 hours and then cooked in Pares sauce.
At the price of just Php 180, the meal provided great value for money.
Pulled Pork Adobo Flakes (Php 150)
I also loved this food a lot.
The pork adobo flakes are tender and crispy at the same time. Whatever kind of sorcery they did while cooking this made me a really happy customer.
The dish is served with rice and their 65° poached egg. The rice that comes with it tasted buttery.
For me, this food is definitely a breakfast winner.
Homemade Scotch egg with rice and tomatoes on the side.
This is definitely a heavy breakfast meal. Just looking at the size of the Scotch egg can be overwhelming.
And the taste? The mix of flavors is so great. This is a meal that you must definitely try out for yourself!
Pandesal with Liver Pate, Garlic Confit, and Pesto (Php 95)
They served the pandesal with three choices of spread. The choices were liver pate, garlic confit, and pesto.
Amongst the three choices, I liked the garlic confit the most. The garlic in it is like butter because it’s really soft. I enjoyed topping it with the other choices which bring out different flavors.
Brazo de Calamansi and Brazo de Ube (Php 45 each)
Brazo de Mercedes in Calamansi and Ube flavor? Count me in!
Alternating between these two desserts is a delectable experience.
Pusit, Danggit, Espada, at Dilis (Php 160)
When they served this I easily imagined my dad enjoying this one.
This meal is the restaurant’s take to the usual dried and salty seafood served in a Filipino breakfast.
This meal was served with an egg cooked at 65° with rice of my choice.
This is one of the food we ordered that I fell in love with.
It feels like they used leche flan for this when I tasted it.
The top part of it is very light while the bottom has ube bits that made it a delicious combination.
Mochachinno (Php 95)
Breakfast is never complete without a hot coffee to finish it with.
I ordered Mochaccino for myself and it was amazing. The art and taste are both delightful.
I must say that it is indeed the best way to end our meal at Kanto Freestyle 65°.
This branch of Kanto Freestyle is located at the Ground Floor of Continental Court Condominium, in 47 Annapolis Street, Greenhills, San Juan City. You can easily find it across the Promenade Mall.
They also have a mini function room that is good for 8 to 10 people. A small-numbered team can easily have meetings here. The minimum for this room is Php 1,500 for a 3 hours usage.
If you are bringing your vehicle, there is a parking area available in front that caters to three slots and the building has its basement parking. You can also opt to park at the Promenade Mall Parking Lot if the restaurant parking area is already filled.
They have their Kanto Freestyle Breakfast branches located in Manda, Pasig, Marikina, Makati, Quezon City, and Manila.
CHEF ARCH’s LIME
If you are looking for something similar to Kanto Freestyle 65°, then head next to Chef Arch’s Lime!
The place is owned by Chef Arch where he also promotes great food for an affordable price.
We went to Chef Arch’s Lime after our visit in Kanto Freestyle 65°. It was a great day to eat out and have fun.
You can check my review of Chef Arch’s Lime here.
There is a lot to look forward to in Kanto Freestyle 65°. Since this is their innovation hub, new dishes are being created here and there’s a great chance that we can get to taste them before they are even released in other Kanto Freestyle Breakfast branches.
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