Conti’s All Day Breakfast Menu


Bask with the warm comfort of your favorite breakfast food from Conti’s any time of the day! Enjoy these delightful dishes from your favorite restaurant: Homemade Beef Tapa Strips, Pork Tocino and Classic Skinless Longanisa. Available through dine-in at select branches, Grab food, through their website at Contis.ph or their trunkline at 8580-8888.

Conti’s Chicken Tocino, which is a local delicacy of sliced cured chicken, is served with eggs, garlic rice and your choice between atchara or pickled ubod. A single order on their website costs PHP 210.

Their Classic Skinless Longanisa, another Filipino comfort food, is paired with their flavorful lemon rice, eggs and atchara. A single order of the Classic Skinless Longanisa meal costs PHP 220.

Lastly, their Homemade Beef Tapa Strips comes with fried rice, eggs, and your choice of atchara or pickled ubod for PHP 240.

Feedback & Comments On Conti’s Breakfast Meals

Their post on Facebook about their breakfast meals received almost 100% positive feedback 868 likes/hearts and 31 shares. Comments on the post say the meals are “Yummy” and another Facebook users says “Loveit.”

Similar Promos by Competitors

Mary Grace, one of Conti’s fierce competitors offers some similar breakfast menu items but on the more pricier side: Toasted Vigan Longanisa served with eggs or ham/mushroom omelette (PHP 462/552), Sirloin Beef Tapa served with eggs or ham/mushroom omelette (PHP 484/574)

Pancake House, the fast-casual restaurant that mainly offers an all-day breakfast menu, offers Beef Tapa Classic that can be served with plain or garlic rice, egg and mango salsa (PHP 356.50).

Promos On Conti’s Breakfast Meals

Conti’s positions itself as a bakery and cafe targeting upper middle class customers, and so promos on their restaurant and bakery products are very limited. To add, some of their meals are already priced competitively versus rivals such as Mary Grace and Pancake House.

About Conti’s Bakeshop & Restaurant

Conti’s started as a backyard operation in a Paranaque suburb wayback in 1997. Sisters Cecille Maranon, Carole Sumulong, and Angie Martinez teamed up and primarily started with phone orders. Eventually they opened their first branch in BF Homes, and where they served their signature items such as Baked Salmon, Mango Bravo and Chicken Pie. As of 2017 Conti’s has 20 branches and 850 employees. Their branches have also expanded outside Metro Manila in neighboring provinces such as Cavite, Bulacan, Laguna, Pampanga and Batangas.

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