Trying out Pi Breakfast and Pies

Wednesday, June 04, 2014

From the people behind Pino, Pipino and the Burger Project comes another restaurant - Pi Breakfast and Pies. It’s another breakfast joint that I’ve had my eyes on. Together with 2 of my best friends, we spent an afternoon catching up over lunch/merienda.

I was surprised to see that Pi was tiny; it looked much larger in photos. They sell a lot of baked goods but when we went, they had no stock anymore which was unfortunate. 

Lemon Basil Fritz (P75)

Skillet Fritata (P295)
Ham, bacon, longganisa, mushroom, spinach, red bell pepper, yellow bell pepper, green bell pepper, onion, garlic, tomato, ricotta cheese, mozzarella and gruyere cheese cooked with three eggs
That’s a lot of stuff in a fritata and it was challenging to devour. 

Carmelized Spam (P245)
Served with garlic fried rice, kimchee, six-minute egg, pesto and scallions
Tin opted to have kimchi rice instead of the usually fried rice. In fairness to Pi, this isn’t just the usual spam you cook at home.

Thick Homemade Brioche French Toast with a Side Order of Hungarian Sausage (P185 + 65)
Served with orange honey, ricotta cheese, ice cream and nuts
My mind was on a different page. Reading the description, I know this was a sweet treat but I only grasped the idea when the dish arrived. Yes, it is a dessert dish! No wonder I didn’t have space for dessert after.

If it’s just about food, I loved every morsel I tasted at Pi. Unfortunately their acoustics could be improved. There was a group of noisy folks during our visit making catching up next to impossible. We were relieved when they left cos we could finally hear each other! I was too full to try any of their signature pies so I look forward to paying another visit to try the rest of their menu.

Pi Breakfast and Pies
39 Malingap, Teachers Village, Quezon City
02-4411773 for Reservations & Pickups

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