Tipsy Pig Now Opens at 7AM to Serve Pinoy-Favorite Breakfast Dishes

Many of us know Tipsy Pig as the place to get tipsy—I mean, how many of you have spent countless, fun late night hang-outs with your friends there? After all, not only is Tipsy Pig known for the great vibe, but for their amazing food (no exaggerations here) as well.

Well, morning persons will be happy to learn that Tipsy Pig now also makes breakfast! To be able to serve their patrons better, Tipsy Pig now opens at 7 am, and will serve breakfast dishes until 11 am.

There are a bunch of options to choose from: tapa, bangus, longganisa, bacon, and more Pinoy breakfast favorites that are all served with two eggs (done according to your choice), rice or pandesal, and a refillable kapeng Barako.

A couple of days ago, a group of Vespa riders called Vespa Cool PH were treated by Tipsy Pig to a hearty breakfast after one of their usual morning rides. According to the management of Tipsy Pig, they are looking forward to seeing more breakfast clubs dine in their restaurants, as well as their valuable patrons who frequent Tipsy Pig.

Tipsy Pig Breakfast Vespa Club

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And don’t worry about the safety—Tipsy Pig has health protocols in place in all of their locations so their guests can dine-in safely. Watch the video below to know what to expect when you dine at Tipsy Pig:

Health and safety protocols for dining in at all Tipsy Pig branches. We value your health and well-being and for that…

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And of course, aside from the breakfast menu, a lot of Tipsy Pig’s crowd-favorite dishes are still available for pick-up, delivery, and dine-in. Here are some of our personal favorites, and recommended must-tries:

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We are not kidding when we tell you that this is one of the best kare-kare dishes out there. The sauce is deliciously nutty, the veggies green and crisp, and the tender lechon kawali with the crunchy skin—the star of the dish—will make you fall off of your chair and exclaim “Where have you been all my life??”

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This dish, called #SquashGoals, is an elevated version of the classic ginataang kalabasa recipe. What’s in it? Beautifully cooked squash, coconut cream, spinach, and a generous amount of shrimp. Absolutely delicious.

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The Yellow Submarine is one of Tipsy Pig’s most popular dishes, and for good reason. I mean, look at that. It’s a juicy burger swimming in hot cheese sauce. Take a bite to discover caramelized onions, as well as bacon bits that you can also find sprinkled on top. Served with your choice between crispy fries or potato wedges.

ALSO READ: 5 Exciting Dishes at Tipsy Pig that Elevate Filipino Classics

As for bar chows (for your e-numan sessions with friends, or just for a snack), you should not pass on the Chix Bomb (chicken skin tacos), the Sisig Tacos, and this classic—Chicken Skin.

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Sisig Tacos

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Chicken skin

You can find Tipsy Pig in three locations: Capitol Commons Pasig, Timog QC, and Forbestown Road, BGC. Follow them at:
www.facebook.com/tipsypigph
www.instagram.com/tipsypig_ph

Which Tipsy Pig dish is your favorite? Tell us in the comments! 

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