Food & Dining

Milky Way Cafe

On to the 3rd to the last installment of our “exciting” makati food trip! :P

Because we wake up late, we have our brunch at the hotel at around 9:30 & finish at almost 11AM. Kap is happy because we get to save on lunch. Or so he thinks! :P

What he doesn’t realize is (or refuses to accept), our babies are such bottomless pits. And after going around Mind Museum & tinkering with stuff left & right, our tummies started grumbling. But no worries, mommy came prepared. I had ammunition up my sleeve: MILKY WAY CAFE. I knew Kap would APPROVE of my choice! ;)

Milky Way Café is a creation from Chef J. Gamboa of Cirkulo Restaurant that houses ate’s favorite, THE BAKED BRIE PASTRY! *insert guffaw here* :P

The Milky Way Café offers an international menu with a wide selection of Filipino dishes that Milky Way is famous for, prepared by the original cooks from the 1960s. Favorites include Crispy Hito with Bagoong and Mustasa, Baby Crispy Pata, the Award Winning Milky Way Kare Kare, US Bistek Tagalog, Tokwa’t Baboy, Pancit Luglug, Dinuguan at Puto and not to be missed are the Milky Way Halo Halo and Homemade Ice Creams.

The Café is open Mondays to Saturdays from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm. Its intimate setting is ideal for lunch, merienda, and dinner with the family or for business.

For a complete list of their menu click HERE. :)

Because we are not allowed to touch the mini bar at the hotel, Kap allowed the kids to buy what nots to munch on when we get back.

My baby girl’s loot which Daddy thought would not cost as much hahaha:
Chips Ahoy Brownie 355 php, Oreo Soft Cookies 375 php, Oreo Neopolitan 395 php.

I don’t know what this is called. It’s not cornik, it’s not nuts. It’s like stale popcorn which the kids munched on while waiting for real food! 150 php/giant pack.

Halo halo. A must-have when you’re dining in Milky Way Cafe.

Halo halo 125 php

Shrimp Hawaiian Sandwich 195 php

Angel Hair Carbonara 295 php

Dinuguan at Puto 195 php

Pancit Luglug 195 php

Mais con Hielo 99 php

Up next, our dinner at Little Tokyo. Who says going cheap can’t be fun? Go the distance. Make your own adventure! ;)
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