I’ve never seen Wildflour empty and it proves that this restaurant is not just a craze or have lost its charm after the market became less interested in Cronuts.
The homey café-slash-restaurant is one of Foodgrammer PH’s favorite restaurants and since we miss our fairy god foodie, we decided to have lunch there one time to celebrate how good 2016 was to us.
R and I arrived a few minutes past 12 noon and we were greeted by F who was already there munching on the complimentary bread.
Since we couldn’t seem to decide on what to order, R and I decided to share dishes and went with French Omelette (PHP345) and Chia Bowl (PHP350). I wasn’t able to take note of F’s order but it was an absolute egg porn dish!
Sadly, service was not as fast as it should have been. It’s just so interesting how restaurants are like printers, it could sense when you’re in a hurry. In our case, we only have an hour to enjoy our lunch.
Half an hour later, our food arrived and all looked so beautiful and seemed like it came straight out of a magazine feature.
After a few snapshots, we finally feasted on our hefty breakfast dishes for lunch and we fell in love (again).
The French Omelette was a fluffy scrambled egg stuffed with ham and ricotta sitting on a delightful tangy bed of tomato sauce and topped with arugula and parmesan cheese.
The tangy sauce and cheese were beautifully balanced by the divine egg and flavorful ham while the arugula added crunch and a bit of healthy taste to the dish.
If I were to choose what I’d like to eat every single morning, I’d choose this bowl of happiness.
I had no idea that a bowl of fresh fruits with chia seeds, almond milk, coconut milk, honey and toasted almonds would make me so giddy. If healthy living means eating this every day, sign me up!
Though it might be pricey, the huge chunks of premium fruits make up for it. (And chia seeds are not cheap too!)
As a treat, F bought R and I some puffed pastry called Bomboloni which reminded us of cream puffs. Sweeter than the usual cream puffs, this dessert is perfect with coffee.
Overall, it was another pleasant lunch. It would have been better if service was fast. But food and company were great so it was still a lovely experience.
Wildflour is located at Ground Floor, Net Lima Building, 26th Street, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City