dishesandplaces

casablanca in dumaguete. what a breakfast!

In places on February 25, 2012 at 9:24 pm

because our hotel in dumaguete did not have complimentary breakfast, we walked down Rizal Boulevard (always such a pleasant thing to do) to hunt for morning grub. while we initially wanted pancakes, the breakfast sets (around P250-300 per) at casablanca looked so interesting, we ended up there.

there’s absolutely nothing moroccan about this restaurant. it is, in fact, a steakhouse (something we will try next time) that, yes, serves breakfast. before anything is served, you get an array of jams and bread

this came with papaya juice that was very nice. just the right touch to start the day, if you know what i mean.

i had the hawaiian breakfast which was bread topped with ham, pineapple, and emmenthal cheese, and a fried egg.

needless to say that was filling. but also surprisingly good. the contrast between the pineapple and the cheese – toasted – was nice. salty and tart and gooey. yum.

but the star dish of the day was the mexican breakfast

chili con carne, nachos, and a side salad. wow. enough food to last you til dinner! a very hearty, tummy busting, toothsome dish. you must have this breakfast. not only because the food was good, but because it came with this

a shot of tequila.

now these people know how to break a fast!

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