December 12, 2017

Little Flour Cafe in BGC: The Lovable Little Sister of Wildflour

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  • Updated as of October 11, 2019

    The charming coffee and comfort food hangout in Bonifacio Global City called Little Flour Cafe offers a kind of refuge for BGC’s hustlers and go-getters who need a good excuse to slow down.

    Little Flour Cafe specializes in coffee and all-day comfort food.

    Little Flour Cafe is a quaint but not so little space that offers a laidback setting for enjoying good coffee and all-day breakfast meals while catching up with friends or beating work deadlines. If the name sounds familiar, it’s because Little Flour Cafe is the little sister of Wildflour Café + Bakery.

    While it’s following the footsteps of its older sis, Little Flour is sure to bloom fast on its own. Wildflour patrons will definitely recognize the resemblance of the two sisters—cozy interiors with industrial elements like brick walls and hardwood furnishings. Little Flour Cafe, however, has a more laidback and homely feel brought by the subtle addition of antique furniture.

    That smashing chandelier deserves attention, too!

    Even the menu of Wildflour has been largely adopted by its little sister. You may find many of your favorite Wildflour menu items here, but Little Flour notably stages a selection of breakfast meals that celebrate the Filipino taste.

    Their Breakfast Burger features a bit of sweetness because of the longganisa-style patty.

    Breakfast Burger (Php 420)

    Their Blueberry Pancakes are also a good match with their Vietnamese Latte, which is incredibly smooth and easy to drink for a kind of coffee that’s known to pack a lot of caffeine.

    Blueberry Pancakes (Php 320)

    Coffee and tea options: Vietnamese Latte (Php 160) & Thai Tea Latte (Php 180)

    You can also ultimately pair these hot beverages to some of their original breads such as Almond Croissant with plenty of almonds and powdered sugar!

    Almond Croissant (Php 135/pc)

    Little Flour Cafe may be young and hugely molded after Wildflour, but we look forward to this little sister being a stand-out star among cafe goers and breakfast lovers in BGC soon. When that time comes, we’re sure big sister will be proud.

    How to get here

    • You can drive to World Plaza where Little Flour is located. If you’re coming from the Makati area, you can access BGC through Forbes and Buendia Flyover. You may also enter BGC from EDSA via Kalayaan. Parking is available at Three Parkade on 32nd Street which is a 5-minute walk away from Little Flour. You may also park at the Crescent Park West North Parking Lot that’s a 3-minute walk from Little Flour.
    • For public transport, you may take the North Express Route of the BGC Bus and drop-off at HSBC. From there, Little Flour is a 3-minute walk away. You may also take the Upper West Express and Central Routes then drop-off at Bonifacio Stopover, Little Flour is just a 4-minute walk away.
    • The nearest landmarks to Little Flour are the HSBC Philippines to its north (3-minute walk) and the Fort Legend Tower Corporation to its south (1-minute walk).

    Written by Rizelle “Rei” Leaño
    A version of this appeared in Philippine Primer’s September 2018 and October 2019 issues.

                 
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