August 30, 2019

Ally’s All-Day Breakfast Place: The Sunny Side of the North

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  • Every neighborhood has a charming little place that serves hearty breakfast meals to start the day—and up in the northern part of Metro Manila, this place stands to be Ally’s All-Day Breakfast

    Ally’s has captured the hearts of breakfast lovers of the North since it was first introduced in 2013. As they specialize in all things breakfast, they offer classic Filipino favorites like silog (fried rice and egg) and American breakfast staples like pancakes and waffles. 

    They are especially known for their Death by Chocolate Pancakes (Php 220 for 2 stacks / Php 270 for 3 stacks). These chocolate pancakes are stacked together with chocolate hazelnut spread, topped with chocolate chips and a scoop of chocolate ice cream, and finally drizzled generously with chocolate syrup.

    Death by Chocolate Pancakes (Php 220 for 2 stacks, Php 270 for 3 stacks)

    Their breakfast dishes, like the Beef Tapa (Php 170), comes with a serving of rice, sunny side up egg, and choice of coffee or iced tea. They also have a lunch menu of Filipino favorites like sisig, dinuguan, and bagnet that comes with a serving of rice and a glass of iced tea. 

    Beef Tapa (Php 170)

    Ally’s is indeed the sunny side of the North with its bright, inviting interiors, comprised of the restaurant’s colors of yellow and orange. Adding to the homey vibes are their tables and chairs that are meant to seat families and groups—the best way to enjoy breakfast! 

    It currently has three branches strategically located in the areas of Fairview, Cubao, and Maginhawa Street in Diliman.

    So, if you are in the North looking to start your day bright and sunny (without having to break the bank), then Ally’s All-Day Breakfast Place is the right place to be!

    How to get here

    • From EDSA, ride a bus going to SM Fairview and get-off at Regalado Highway. From there, ride a tricycle going to Pontiac Street where Ally’s is located.

    This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese and English Magazine September 2019 issue.
    Written by Faye Almazan

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