07 August 2012

Museum Café

The best thing after a heavily-scheduled work week is looking forward to a relaxing weekend.  Whenever we can, Mickey and I start our weekend early at our favorite brunch place in Makati, Musem Café  (also known as M Café).  Situated beside the Ayala Museum and the high-end Greenbelt 5 shops, this place starts our weekend right with its visually appealing and relaxing interiors, calming playlist and most of all, great tasting food.

Let me show you the place:  











If you prefer al fresco dining, the relaxed ambience of the exteriors and the view of the garden  
will not disappoint




Thin bamboo reeds and Mickey Mouse plants are used as a space divider 
inside the restaurant


The women's (and men's) rooms are discreetly marked to blend with the modern interiors



At the mezannine floor, Museum Cafe has two rooms that can be rented out for functions for either a small group of 15 or a bigger group of 30 



You can also ask them to brew some of these TWG loose leaf tea by the cup. I think I should try sexy tea next time!





I love that they serve freshly brewed Illy coffee in a bamboo tray.  Not to mention with Choc Nut chocolates (a local chocolate brand made of ground peanuts, cocoa, milk and sugar)



 
This is our favorite breakfast dish, M umaga (translation: morning). A traditional breakfast in the Philippines composed of fried rice, beef tapa, boneless bangus, longganisa, scrambled eggs and a slice of tomato with pesto.

Museum Café is located at Greenbelt 4, beside the Ayala Museum at the corner of Makati Avenue  
and Dela Rosa Street, Makati City.  For inquiries and reservations, call (+63-2) 757-3000 and (+63-2) 757-6000.

Head on to Museum Cafe for the start of a great weekend!


No comments: