You Can Now Enjoy Crispy Bacon Bagnet At Conti's!

Conti's has four new breakfast meals!

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Breakfast food is one of the best things in life—but what's better is breakfast you can have any time of the day. For those days when you can't be bothered to get up early but still want your fill of bacon and eggs, you can count on all-day breakfast—and you can add Conti's to the list. The comfort-food haven just added four new all-day breakfast dishes you won't be able to get enough of.

Conti's cures their own Bacon Bagnet.
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Skinless Longganisa is a new way to have this classic Pinoy favorite.
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What'll immediately catch your attention is the Bacon Bagnet—the dish honestly sounds deadly but with cured and fried-to-a-crisp pork belly slices in a sweet-smoky sauce plus garlic rice, eggs, and atchara. For something classic, have the Skinless Longganisa, lip-smacking, sweet-salty, and served with lemon rice, eggs, and atchara.

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For something light yet tasty, have the Salmon Belly.
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The Croque Madame is a rich and cheesy way to start the day.
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In the mood for something lighter? Have the Salmon Belly in Olive Oil with fresh Norwegian salmon belly strips served with vibrant lemon rice. Though, why not treat yourself to the rich Croque Madame, which has homemade ham sandwiched between toasted brioche then topped with sunny-side-up egg and Hollandaise sauce? You even get shoestring potatoes and a fresh fruit cup on the side.

See a list of Conti's branches.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.

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With a recipe this simple, you'll be making your own preservative-free longganisa from now on.

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This recipe will surely be a snack favorite!

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