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The Whimsical World of Café 1771

Having visited the Winebar the night before (and with nary the suggestion of a hangover to boot), it seemed odd that I would be returning to the same spot for an entirely different experience.  Yet here I was once again, in the searing morning summer sun at El Pueblo in Ortigas Center–for brunch this time, at Café 1771. 

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Café 1771

Because of the owners’ love for travelling across Europe, their attraction to stylish European home interior, and fondness for local European cuisine, they decided to open a new member of the 1771 restaurants in the metro: Café 1771.

Café 1771 did capture the European theme it desires. From the calm shades of the wallpapers, the elegant set of furniture and decorations,

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Beyond brunch at Café 1771

Bonding over food is one of my favorite pastimes with my hubby. We especially like to try new restaurants and would even explore the metro for good eats.

In one of our food trips, we went out of our comfort zone and headed out of the suburbs and into the city center of Pasig to dine in Café 1771.

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Café 1771: the medley and balance of flavors

Childhood thru young adulthood, my mom had always been frustrated about two things: my excessive energy and inability to appreciate food beyond the spaghetti. Seems like my adventurous spirit was limited kinetically, and not much was left to be a foodie. But thank God for a husband who cannot live without tasting life to the full. Gastronomical endeavors hadn’t been more fun since Joseph came into my life.

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Dining in style and comfort at Cafe 1771

MANILA, Philippines – Cafe 1771 may be the ideal place for people with fickle minds and ever changing moods.

Not that I’m saying it’s a bad thing, though — I’ve always enjoyed eating in this refurbished restaurant at El Pueblo (which used to be the classy and sophisticated Chateau 1771) in Pasig City since it opened around March last year.

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CHECK IT OUT: Café 1771’s New Breakfast Menu

Wake up early for breakfast meals that put the cheer back into mornings.

Café 1771’s new breakfast offerings might just make a morning person out of late-risers. There’s something for everyone: pancakes, waffles, rice meals and more. Says Sous Chef Gus Sibayan, “The new menu items were inspired by breakfast and weekend brunch dates in New York’s chic midtown  restos.

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