Monday, July 14, 2014

The Flying Pan Has Landed: Now Serving Comfort Food Daily at the Heart of Salcedo

Classic comfort food, and breakfast all day. The Flying Pan has landed...

Now open at the heart of Salcedo Village in Makati, The Flying Pan is your first and last stop for a comforting meal.

The third restaurant concept of Ramon and Monique Eugenio, the same dynamic couple behind Myron's and Franco's, The Flying Pan focuses on a wide range of comforting dishes, including classic breakfast favorites. And at The Flying Pan, you can have breakfast all day... 
Inside The Flying Pan, one is surrounded by modern yet cozy interiors, just the place for that comforting meal. At The Flying Pan, you can choose from an extensive selection of comfort food classics like pasta, pizza, sandwiches, steaks, burgers, as well as all-day breakfast favorites.

Start with The Flying Pan's Monique's Salad with Grilled Chicken and Dried Cranberries, French Beans and Blue Cheese (P 250), a refreshing mix of greens with tender grilled chicken, sweet and tart dried cranberries, and a creamy blue cheese dressing. Fresh julienned carrots and crisp French beans add a crunch in every bite, adding layers of texture and flavors. Fresh, clean flavors from fresh, premium ingredients make this salad the perfect starter to any meal at The Flying Pan.

Iced Chocolate (P 175), a rich, thick and creamy chocolate beverage topped with cream and Belgian chocolate chips. Smooth and creamy yet not too sweet, with just enough texture from the crushed ice, each sip delivers deep and bold chocolate flavors. One more sip and you'll know why this is one of the favorites at The Flying Pan.

It was mid-afternoon, and a perfect time to try one of The Flying Pan's signature all-day breakfasts. The Flying Pan's Crispy Pork Adobo (P 360), served with two eggs, garlic fried rice and a side of fresh tomatoes with salted egg. A comforting Filipino style breakfast, this one is definitely a must-try at The Flying Pan.

The pork belly is deliciously crunchy, retaining its crispness even when drizzled with that rich and flavorful adobo sauce. A piece of pork belly, some garlic fried rice, a little adobo sauce, eggs, and the fresh and tart tomatoes with salted egg combine for a medley of classic Filipino flavors. And no, this dish isn't your usual adobo flakes, it's whole pork belly strip, sliced into hefty chunks. And I can have this all day. Seriously good.

The Flying Pan also offers a range of Eggs Benedict and Poached Eggs, but if you're looking for that deep-fried crispness and something unique and different, go for the Deep-Fried Poached Eggs with Creamed Spinach and Ham (P 295), served on an iron skillet.

The poached eggs are delicately breaded and deep-fried, and slicing it releases the runny yolk for another blend of rich flavors and textures. The crunchy outer layer and the creamy poached egg combine for comforting flavors, and the creamed spinach and ham complete the flavors. Another personal favorite. You can also try The Flying Pan's other unique breakfast dishes, like the Angus Beef Sisig Benedict, Eggs Benedict on Round Pandesal, and even a vegetarian version. Pancakes? The Flying Pan's got four options to choose from, plus a Cinnamon Roll French Toast. Craving for a serious burger? The Flying Pan's got the Hangover Burger with bacon, cheese, fried jalapenos and a sunny side up to get you back into the groove. Steak? Go for The Flying Pan's Meet Me in the Morning, a classic breakfast steak and eggs dish. Then, there's a whole range of pasta, pizza, mains, steaks and a kid's menu to choose from, you'll definitely need to come back for a second visit.

For dessert, The Flying Pan offers an equally impressive selection, including this Chocolate Chip Cookie Tart (P 120), a thick cookie fresh from the oven drizzled with chocolate...

...or the velvety smooth and rich Coffee Panna Cotta (P 100), with the deep flavor of premium coffee. A comforting meal or even a mid-afternoon breakfast, The Flying Pan is a welcome addition to the many dining options at Salcedo Village. But The Flying Pan is definitely my first stop at Salcedo Village. The Flying Pan has definitely landed, now serving comfort daily at the heart of Salcedo.

The Flying Pan is located at the Ground Floor, Citadines Salcedo Makati, 148 Valero Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City or call

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