It seems that Portico is repackaging itself to serve breakfast apart from their standard lunch and dinner fares. I believe the restaurant is part of the Chateau group which includes other restaurants like Chateau 1771, Sentro, and Sidebar Cafe.
In all honestly, the breakfast menu (your typical selection of chorizo, sirloin tapa, fish) was overshadowed by Portico’s killer desserts (the Chateau group is well known for their desserts) such as that thing in the picture with raisins (as you can see, my food writing skills are zilch – which is why I’m helping organize a food critique and photograhy class this Saturday). A breakfast meal will set you back by P300.00 to P450.00 tops with drinks.
If you’re looking for a decent (read: not McDonald’s) place to conduct breakfast meetings, Portico at Serendra, Bonifacio High Street may be a good choice for this. We were there as early as 8:30 AM and it was the only place that was open for breakfast in the vicinity.
Noemi posted more pictures in her photo and food blogs.
4 replies on “Blogger Breakfast at Portico, Serendra”
You have such a loving family.
The breakfast buffet at the Pen cost around 700++ per person. Expensive but worth every bite. A lot of the hotels ,boutique and five star, offer good breakfasts – again some really expensive and some so so.
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It was very nice meeting you and your family, Jayvee! 🙂