Thursday, August 22, 2013

Breakfast at Cafe Marco

A good breakfast always sets the tone for the rest of the day. And at The Marco Polo's Cafe Marco, a good day is pretty much guaranteed... 

Located on the second floor of The Marco Polo, Cafe Marco offers impressive breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets daily as well as international a la carte dishes. Choose from a variety of Filipino, Spanish, Italian, Mediterranean, Asian and international dishes in a casual yet elegant space. And for breakfast, you're just an elevator ride away to everything you need for a power breakfast.  

And this being the first day of the Kadayawan Street Festival, the Indak Indak sa Kadalanan, you're going to need all the energy you can get from breakfast. And for me, that's bacon. Lots of bacon.

Pair it with some freshly made, hot off the iron crisp waffles, creamy butter and thick maple syrup and two eggs over easy. A glass of freshly squeezed orange juice and a cup of brewed coffee, and the day is looking so much better already. 

You can grab some bacon from Cafe Marco's buffet, or you can go a step further by requesting the chef on station to do it "extra crispy." It's the Kadayawan festival after all, you'll need all the energy you can get. 

To lessen the guilt, balance your breakfast with some fresh fruits in season, including the local favorites mangosteen and rambutan, and some fresh mangoes and watermelon.  

With a seating capacity of over 130 persons, the impressive buffet includes a selection of fresh fruits, cereals, dairy and cheese, cold cuts, congee, sushi and everything else you can imagine, including roast chicken. At Cafe Marco, you can design your very own power breakfast. And lunch. Or dinner. And Cafe Marco's layout is quite easy to navigate, highlighted by cool and contemporary interiors. For more information on The Marco Polo's impressive facilities, check out my previous post here at

A full breakfast, and you're all set to party in the streets of Davao. It's time for the annual Kadayawan harvest festival...(check out my post on Davao's annual harvest festival here at

Special thanks to Anthony Tan, The Marco Polo General Manager; and the Marketing team led by Emelyn Q. Mauhay, Director of Sales & Marketing; Patty Basa Tan, Media Communications Officer; and Phoebe Kaye Reyes, Public Relations Assistant for an amazing Kadayawan experience at The Marco Polo.

Cafe Marco is located at the second floor of The Marco Polo, C. M. Recto Street corner M. Roxas Avenue, Davao City or call (63 82) 221-0888 Ext. 7233 for reservations. You can also visit for more information.

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