Are you an early riser? Living an active lifestyle, perhaps? Is riding a bike your thing? Well, boy, we got the perf all-day breakfast dining place for you! If you ever find yourself coursing through the streets of SM MOA by the Bay and your tummy starts to make noises because your hunger strikes out of nowhere, then wheel your way to Bikers’ Café! Its name is exactly what it is, but if you need more information than that, then you must know, they are all about food, beverages, bike parking, bike cleaning, chower, and of course, great company; because here, you will be able to meet other bike enthusiasts like you!
Bikers’ Café really is simple and as straightforward as it can be, as their place is of white tables and chairs comfy enough to have a good time, while their menu is packed with dishes and delicacies great for power ups, because surely you either have had or would have a long ride. That being said, go check out what they are actually offering, as you are in for an absolute treat!
Kickstart your day with some of their light and brekkie options like the Biker’s Salad (Php 150) which is a plate of fresh greens, shrimps, croutons, tomatoes, and delectable salad dressing. Besides that, you could also go for something that you could hold on tight to such as the Tuna Melt (Pjhp 145) which is a serving of tuna, uber melted cheese, tomatoes, all sandwiched between two toasted loaves, alongside fries and catsup for dipping sauce.
And for when you are looking for something that is proudly Pinoy, then the Raymund’s Oats Caldo (Php 135) is the way to go! This one is like arrozcaldo, but instead of using rice, they have used oats instead, topped with eggs and garlic bits, and served with tofu, dilis, and pork.
More into Filipino flavors, try out their Arroz Ala Cubana (Php 164) is a plate of hearty rice, tortang talong topped with melted cheese, and with sides suh as grilled banana and salad; and their Beef Tapa (Php 125) which is a classic as this one is a well-known pinoy brekkie ever since!
If you want even heavier options, then you better snatch a plate or two of their Breakfast of Champions such as the Duathlon (Php 195) which is of crispy bacon strips and corned beef plus your choice of egg, served with slices of toast; as well as the Aquathlon (Php 195) which is of breaded bangus belly and longganisa, served with garlic rice plus your choice of egg!
For a rather sweet and savory wake uppers, check Bikers’ Café selection of Pancakes & Waffles as their Chicken & Waffles (Php 150) which is a plate of delectable waffles drizzled with maple syrup and topped with butter alongside crispy chicken topped with mushroom gravy; as well as their Mango Tango Pancake (Php 165) which is a drool-worthy tower of mangoes and pancakes with whipped cream are the perf definition of a wonderful start and ending.
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Address: Bldg G SM by the BAY, Seaside Blvd, Pasay, 1300
Contact Number: (02) 8804 0130
Hours of Operation: Monday to Sunday 5AM to 11:30PM