Breakfast is indeed the most important meal of the day and is a must especially for people who want to start their day, in the best possible way. The morning meal provides not only the fuel but also supplies the necessary nutrients needed for a productive day ahead. In fact, studies have shown that people who eat breakfast are more likely to meet their overall nutritional needs for the day than those who opt not to.
What not too many people know though is that eating, whether for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, in a relaxed and quiet ambience, especially in the morning, is equally as important, as it sets the tone for the rest of the day. Wouldn’t it be great to eat in a quiet and serene restaurant rather than at a noisy one?
Having the perfect ambiance really does affect how diners eat. In the right kind of atmosphere, customers feel comfortable and enjoy their meal even more.
At Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant, a meal is more than just a meal. The restaurant prides itself for its well-known ambience, where eating is in itself, an experience. Its regulars would attest to just how they enjoy their meals even more, simply because they can, sensory-wise, see, hear, and smell what they are eating, as well as, enjoy a decent conversation with friends, family, or a professional colleague.
After 22 years of culinary excellence, Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant continues its passion to create and serve delectable food, reminiscent of the convenience and comforting warmth in one's own home.
In its latest additions to its already long line of customer favorites, Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant, has recently unveiled its newest food offerings, with the Filipino appetite in mind.
“Filipinos, myself included, enjoy a hearty breakfast meal of rice, viand, egg, and atchara. Growing up in a family where we savor eating together, I would always enjoy the smell of fried rice, eggs, and different types of viands, every morning. It was always an experience that I look forward to,” said Michael C.
Martinez, Business Development & Marketing Director, of Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant. Set to titillate the Filipinos palate even more are four new additions to the restaurant’s well-loved favorites:
Bacon Bagnet – Homemade pork belly slices naturally-cured and crisped to perfection, with sweet and salty sauce, served with garlic rice, eggs, and atchara.
Classic Skinless Longganisa – Deliciously sweet and yet still savory skinless longganisa, served with lemon, eggs, and atchara. A classic Conti’s recipe!
Salmon Belly in Olive Oil – Norwegian salmon belly strips in seasoned olive oil, served with lemon rice, eggs, and pickled ubod.
Croque Madame – Meaty slices of Conti’s homemade ham roll, in between toasted brioche, topped with sunny-side-up egg and hollandaise sauce, served with potato shoestrings, perfectly complimented with a cup of fresh fruits.
The four new breakfast items are in addition to Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant’s already wide array of all-day breakfast favorites, as well as other sumptuous dishes.
Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant continues to grow and now has 22 branches in Luzon. Expect even more surprises this year and in the years to come.