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    Posted on July 5th, 2009 newes 1 comment
    cafe breton

    cafe breton

    Craving for crepes?  Cafe Breton is the place.  May it be as your main meal or as your dessert you can count on them.  The ambience is so serene for us that’s why we were in awe upon entering the resto.  Staff immediately escorted us into our seats, where candle lights on each tables, with a mini vase and a fresh flower.  Staffs here were very friendly, neat and quick to everyone’s needs as i have noticed.

    crepe with veal sausage, mushroom and bechamel sauce

    crepe with veal sausage, mushroom and bechamel sauce

    For our main course, we had Crepe with veal sausage, mushroom and bechamel sauce price at P177.50.  This dish is a winner for me, since i love white sauce, bechamel sauce is the substitute for that, i chose veal sausage for it is a lighter version of all sausages for me so i could still accommodate dessert.  Veal sausage is lighter in taste, than any other sausage that I know of.  Not that tasty that could eat up your taste palette and would devour the tastes of all the ingredients present in your crepe.  Mushroom and bechamel sauce are good together with veal sausage.  I give this dish a rating of 4/5.

    crepe with ham, mushroom, and bechamel sauce

    crepe with ham, mushroom, and bechamel sauce

    Then another main course, Crepe with ham, mushroom and bechamel sauce price at P152.50.  Noticed that one would opt to order a lighter main dish rather than being bloated and leaving Cafe Breton without tasting their sweet crepes?  For you’ll miss a lot then.  Another lighter main course to choose from wherein safer for you to have some space for sweet crepes.  I give this dish a rating of 4/5.

    galette americain

    galette americain

    Galette americain consists of beef patty, sunny side-up egg, tomato provencal, mushrooms and mushroom sauce at P221.50.  Instead of Crepe, I ordered galette to taste their wheat version.  I find it alright but I like crepe more.  The tomato provencal evens out the taste of the meat and eggs present in this dish, most especially having a mushroom sauce, another creamy version of sauce that they offers.  I give this dish a rating of 3/5.

    crepe with strawberries and cream

    crepe with strawberries and cream

    For Dessert, Crepe with strawberries and cream, strawberries preserve in syrup with cream, ice cream topped with whipped cream at P217.25.  I have a sweet tooth that night, but then was surprised that strawberries preserved were way too sweet for me,  most especially if you put chocolate syrup on top.  Too sweet for me.  a rating of 3/5.

    adam and eve

    adam and eve

    Another round of dessert, Adam & Eve, stewed apples with cinnamon and vanilla ice cream at P195.00.  Sweet and sour taste of apples are perfect together with cinnamon powder… delicious!   Love their vanilla ice cream, also with a hint of cinnamon on top.  a rating of 5/5.

    mango crepe

    mango crepe

    A create-your-own Mango Crepe without the chocolate syrup and without the cream.  Suited for those who crave a simple dessert crepe but afraid of too sweet.  This dessert is only a combination of crepe, sliced fresh mangoes, coffee ice cream on top and a dash of confectioner’s sugar price at P125.00.   A rating of 5/5 from me.

    banana split

    banana split

    Banana Split, split banana with a scoop of chocolate, strawberry, vanilla ice cream, with walnuts, whipped cream, cherries and with a combination of chocolate and strawberry syrup.  A dessert suited for those who has sweet tooth I can say.   Price at P170.00.  A rating of 4/5.

    cafe liegeois

    cafe liegeois

    Cafe Liegois, pronounced as leej-wah, a cold espresso with coffee ice cream, whipped cream and chocolate sauce price at P120.00 if decaf P130.00.  This seems to be just like a cold coffee with coffee ice cream.  And it’s not that sweet to my taste.  A true winner for those who craves for a dessert.  A rating of 5/5 from me.

    Cafe Breton branches:

    1.   Tomas Morato -  Tomas Morato cor. Sct. De Guia Quezon City.  Tel. No. 374-6334

    2.  Westgate - Space C-806 Central Precint, Westgate Center, Filinvest Alabang Muntinlupa City.  Tel. No. 771-1214

    3.  Trinoma Mall - Trinoma Mall, EDSA cor. North Avenue Quezon City.  Tel. No. 916-9186

    4.  Greenbelt 3 - 1/F Greenbelt 3, Paseo de Roxas cor. Legaspi St., Ayala Center Makati City.  Tel. No. 757-4125

    5.  The Podium - G/F The Podium, 18 ADB Ave., Ortigas Center Mandaluyong City.  Tel. No. 687-5971

    6.  Mall of Asia - 1/F SM Mall of Asia, Entertainment Mall, SM Central Business Park, Bay City Pasay City.  Tel. No. 556-0279

    7.  Robinson’s Place Manila - Midtown Wing, Pedro Gil cor. Adriatico St., Malate Manila.  Tel. No. 567-0704

    NOTE:   If you dine at Cafe Breton, please let them know that you saw the review from MetroRestoReview.com.

     

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