“Breakfast” at TGI Fridays. TGI Fridays is now offering breakfast dishes at their branch in Bonifacio High Street from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. daily.
The Fridays Breakfast Club was launched on July 29, and marks the first time the restaurant has offered breakfast since their entry to the Philippines in 1994—and you could say it’s worth the wait. For now though, it’s available only at their BGC branch, where it was made to cater to the early-bird crowd that calls the High Street area home.
Booster Bowl (P315) Bacon and granola are the best of friends in this dish, and the crunchy pairing is made even better with an egg, kale sautéed with garlic, and raisins. Served with just a drizzle of honey, the sweet and salty mix of this dish is a surefire way to get your boost.
Country Chicken and Waffles (P295). The waffles are crisp on the outside and tender on the inside, and their golden-fried chicken fillet strips go great with their tasty gravy.
Breakfast of Champs (P305) plate filled with two pecan pancakes, two eggs, bacon, and Andouille sausages balanced out by the fluffy pancakes, while the pecan bits make it stand out from your ordinary breakfast dish.
Andouille Stuffed Omelette (P305) omelette bursting with sausages, onions, and bell peppers.
Blueberry Vanilla Waffle (P275) waffles smothered in a fluffy vanilla cream, and topped with blueberry jam.
The BGC branch also has freshly made juices to join their Breakfast Club. Balance out the hearty dishes with some refreshing Passion Lemonade (P125), a zesty mix of passion fruit and lemons; the Pineapple Surprise (P125), which mixes pineapple with passion fruit for a sweet hit; or the Watermelon Lemonade (P125), for a cool twist on the sour drink.
Their breakfast offerings are currently available at their standalone branch in Bonifacio High Street.