The interiors are relaxing and Instagram worthy.
I love the cups that are shaped to Ñ.
Even their comfort room interiors are pleasing to the eyes.
Cafe Enye started last January 2016 in Eastwood. The primary offerings are Spanish food but new flavors from America but uses food Filipino ingredients as per the Head Chef RJ Ungco. They have serveral techniques with the flavors where they mixed it from sweet to salty. Also, influences is Spanish and recipes from or grandmothers which they change some of the components. They offers homemade corned beef and chorizo.
I was served with Calamansi-Cucumber P90, a blended drink with fresh cucumber and calamansi. I'm with a blogger friend and she had the Strawberry one. I loved my drink, it was refreshing, healthy and not too sweet. This is actually their bestseller.
We are then served with the Brunch that are available from 7am-11am only.
POLO CROQUETTAS P175
Cripsy marinated chicken Bechamel Croquettas served with salsa verde and homemade pickles. I loved this! I thought that it was made from potato. Once you bite into it, it was indeed a revelation! It was really delicious together with the dip.
SPANISH BREAKFAST PLATE P250
Spanish style toast, crispy bacon strips, Spanish chorizo, homemade baked beans and grilled tomato. The chorizo was really good plus it was homemade.
PAELLA BRUNCH PLATE - Homemade Corned Beef P215
Includes with choice of egg (scrambled, poached, sunny-side-up, hardboiled or red egg) Enye rice topped with pickled vegetable, salsa, and crispy fried anchovies served in Paellera. The corned beef too here was homemade and it was very tasty, this was my favorite aside from the croquettas.
PLATAIN AND CHORIZO TORTILLAS P250
3 egg open-faced potato and egg omelet with cubed plantains and chorizo topped with honey yogurt and served with toast. A little unusual is that the taste was salty and sweet. The yogurt's sweetness contrast the egg omelet. My companion really liked it, though I think it was not really for me.
Save the dessert for last!
Homemade light (Pate a Choux pastry) churros with dulce de leche red egg and tsokolate peanut butter dips. It was fried to perfection and really want to indulge it right away when they served it hot. I want it more on the dulce de leche egg dip because I think it is so much sweeter with chocolate.
Because I am not a big breakfast person, the servings are quite much for one person. You can share it with someone and the price is reasonable. I really loved my breakfast with eggs, bread or rice.It was a great day with a few laughs with my blogger friend, we definitely enjoyed our short brunch here at Cafe Enye. I am still curious about their Lechon Carbonora though. So there is something to look forward to when I visit Eastwood again.
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