On the rare occasions that I fly back home for a visit, I make sure to go to restaurants I haven’t been. It’s so easy to go back to my favorites again and again but it’s also fun to eat at the new restaurants that have opened up in Manila recently.
Wildflour actually isn’t new, they opened their first cafe and bakery in Bonifacio Global City in 2012. It’s new to me though since I had heard so much about it but had never been. I finally got my chance when my cool designer friend TC took me there for lunch. I was so pleasantly surprised and impressed that I went there twice more in the short week that I was home.
What’s great about Wildflour is that aside from their massive selection of fresh-baked breads, pastries and cakes, they also have a full all-day dining menu serving breakfasts, soups, sandwiches, salads, pastas and a few main courses. (The menu might be different in each outlet, I have only bent the one in Legaspi Village) For lunch, I’ve had the moules frites and a chocolate tart. The next time I went for breakfast and had the bagel and lox with a pot of filter coffee and another time, I stopped by for merienda (snack) of a sticky bun and a latte. I always think a place has made it when it becomes my go-to restaurant and Wildflour is just that – a cafe and bakery that is perfect for any time of the day. You’ll know what I mean when you go.
L.P. Leviste Street, Salcedo Village, Makati
Phone:+63 2 808 7072
Hours: Monday to Saturday 7AM–10PM
Frabelle Business Center 111 Rada St, Legaspi Village, Makati
Phone:+63 2 833 9799
Hours: Monday to Saturday 7AM–10PM, Sunday 8AM–4PM
Ortigas The Podium, 12 ADB Avenue Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City
Phone:+63 2 571 8588
Hours: Daily 7AM–10PM
Ground floor, Net Lima building, 26th St, Taguig (Bonifacio Global City)
Phone:+63 2 856 7600
Hours: Monday to Saturday 7AM–10PM, Sunday 8AM-4PM