Thursday, February 10, 2011

Hungry? Have a Hungarian breakfast at Bo's Coffee

I went to Bo's Coffee Megamall (5F Atrium) and ordered my favorite meal on the menu, the sausage breakfast set. My order had a Hungarian sausage, scrambled eggs and a few slices of bread. But I really like the flexibility of the Bo's Coffee breakfast set: if you don't dig that combination, you can opt to have mini franks instead of Hungarian sausage, sunny side up instead of scrambled eggs, or pancakes instead of toast. Just tell our baristas what combination suits your appetite and they'll whip it up for you. Neat, eh? :)

The Bo's Coffee Sausage Breakast Set (Hungarian Sausage)
My breakfast set cost me P190, but one great thing is that you can have brewed coffee or hot chocolate for an additional P10 if you order the meal before 11:00 am. I had a mug of our bestselling brewed coffee since I really needed to wake up. It did its job quite well!

Bo's Coffee also serves corned beef, bacon, and omelette breakfast sets, plus their big momma: the Big Breakfast Set! I'll tell you about these other meals at another time. I'm especially excited to review the last one (thus revealing the level of my appetite to the world, but never mind). If you're famished, I highly recommend the Bo's Coffee breakfast set. We serve them all day.

Going back to my meal: I have to admit that I really love Hungarian sausage, so this meal was a nice treat for me. The sausage itself was heavy on the tummy and very tasty. The eggs and toast were great companions, balancing out the strong taste of the Hungarian sausage. If I had been a bit more hungry, pancakes would have served me well, but thankfully, the wheat bread was enough. I finished off my lunch with a cookie for the gods (yum!). It was a wonderful meal. My only regret was that I forgot to use the pack of catsup that Patrick gave me along with the rest of my order =/ A pity for a catsup lover like me.

How about you, what's your favorite meal at Bo's Coffee?


-Joy, the Digital Barista of Bo's Coffee

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