January 31, 2012

Café Breton- Greenbelt 3

D and I went to Glorietta yesterday since D signed up with the Nikon Photoworld Asia event located at the activity center. 

He attended the Advertising Photgraphy talk by Xander Angeles which lasted for about an hour while I made myself busy window shopping :)

He got a complimentary planner from Nikon for asking a question and his name was also included in the raffle. 

After the event, we went to Greenbelt to have our dinner. It took us an hour of walking and deciding where to eat and finally we ended up somewhere. 

Cafe Breton.

I wanted something light and Cafe Breton was definitely the place to go for a quick fix meal.

I was torn between Galette Bretonne and Galette Paysanne but decided to go for the latter since it was more filling with the hungarian sausage and egg. 

The Galette Paysanne (P287) was served with a whole Hungarian sausage, onions, egg and asparagus with cheese sauce.

The Hungarian sausage was actually good. It was juicy and peppery at the same time. The asparagus with cheese sauce was my favorite among the toppings. It was light and creamy, a perfect combination with the galette.

D on the other hand got himself a Breton Mozzarella Burger (P204.75) which was a juicy all beef burger patty with mozzarella surprise and side salad.

We took some photos and then found ourselves searching for the mozzarella cheese. Just then we realized that it was a mozzarella surprise meaning the mozzarella was actually inside the burger patty. Yum! 

The burger patty was really soft and juicy. There was a gooey and cheesy goodness in every bite.

After finishing our crepe and burger, we still felt hungry and so we got another order of their Galettes. This time their Galette Bretonne (P267).

It won us over. 

Galette Bretonne is definitely a must-try! I could order this again and again every time we would dine here.

It is best to squeeze out some lemons into the crepe to bring out a zesty tang to it. It helped sharpen the taste and brought out the natural flavors of the spinach, crab meat, shrimp, and cheese. The fresh cream on top was also a perfect add on to the crepe. It gave a creamy but light taste to every bite. 

We were about to bill out when we just can't help but have some dessert. So, we got an order of La Pinay (P168) which was basically a mango crepe topped with French vanilla ice cream and drizzled with chocolate syrup.

You can never go wrong with La Pinay. I love how the crepe was still hot when it was served and we need to  eat fast so as not to make the ice cream on top of it melt. It was a 3-minute moment of silence after the plate was served in our table.

Here are pictures of their menu:

Cafe Breton truly serves the best crepe and Galettes in the Metro. 

Cafe Breton
Greenbelt 3,Paseo de Roxas 
cor. Legaspi St. Ayala Center, Makati
7574125, 7574124