What To Eat At Bungalow Cafe In Alabang

This is a popular restaurant in Molito Lifestyle Center in Alabang.

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If you ask anyone from the south area of Metro Manila (specifically in the Muntinlupa area) for nice restaurant recommendations, your friend will likely mention Bungalow Café + Bakery. The laidback ambiance of this restaurant is enough to lure you in and take a peek at their menu, but the menu itself will be the one to make you grab a table because here, the café isn't just all about the aesthetics.

If you're curious to know the popular dishes from Bungalow Café, we've listed down some crowd favorites. Just a heads up, the prices of the dishes are on the expensive side but the servings are quite generous and worth the money. 

Here's what you should order at Bungalow Café:

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Adobo Rice

Price: P450

The main highlight of Bungalow's Adobo Rice is the fork-tender pulled pork adobo. It's not the saucy kind of adobo because the meat has absorbed all the flavors! This is accompanied by a mountain of delicious garlic-mushroom fried rice, a side of mango salsa, and topped with a fried egg.

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Pineapple Glazed Belly

Price: P480

Another bestselling rice meal at Bungalow Cafe is the Pineapple Glazed Belly. The star of the dish is a pork belly brushed with a pineapple glaze and served with garlic-mushroom rice, mango salsa, and scrambled eggs.

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Lemongrass Chicken

Price: P680

If you're trying to avoid pork but still want a rice meal, then go for Bungalow's Lemongrass Chicken. This has a marinated half chicken, corn, annatto rice, French beans, pickled vegetables, and chicken au jus (juice).

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Adlai & Chicken Bowl

Price: P450

If you want to try their huge bowls of salads, the best option is the Adlai & Chicken Bowl. This has Adlai, arugula, cherry tomatoes, French beans, fried capers, roasted pumpkin, scrambled egg whites, pan-seared chicken breast, tomato pesto, Parmigiano Reggiano, and a walnut dressing.

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Squid Ink Pasta

Price: P580

If you love squid ink pasta, Bungalow's version won't disappoint. Squid ink spaghetti is coated with a slightly tangy and garlicky tomato sauce and then plated with prawns, clams, and squid. There's also pistachios for a bit of crunch. 

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Maple-Blueberry & Ricotta Pancakes

Price: P480

If you want to try their all-day breakfast menu, you should definitely try the Maple-Blueberry & Ricotta Pancakes. This dish is what you get if you imagine a stack of pancakes topped with homemade ricotta, maple-blueberry syrup, and Bungalow's granola.

You can also order this for dessert and split it with your friends or family!

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Berries & Ricotta Toast

Price: P480

The price may seem too steep for just toast, but this is far from your ordinary toast. Bungalow's Berries & Ricotta Toast is made of sourdough topped with ricotta chantilly cream, seasonal berries, Bungalow's granola, honey, sugar, and a few chili flakes to cut through all the sweetness and tart flavors.

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Eggs Benedict

Price: P450

Bungalow's Eggs Benedict doesn't look like the traditional American breakfast, but it sure looks pretty appetizing! This breakfast item uses a slice of sourdough and is topped with country ham, sous vide eggs, and hollandaise sauce. This is served with a side salad and crispy potatoes to make the meal extra filling.

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Lux on Avo-Toast

Price: P480

Not a lot of Pinoys love avocadoes on toast but maybe Bungalow's Lux On Avo-Toast will change your mind! If you order this breakfast item, you'll be served croissant bread topped with gravlax (graved salmon), slices of avocado, ricotta-scrambled egg, tartar sauce, dill oil, chives. You also get a fresh salad on the side.

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Milkshakes: Strawberry Frost, Salted Cookie, and Oreo Hazelnut

Price: P250

Have you ever peeked at another customer's order because it looked so good, then decided to order it because you want to try it for yourself? Well, this just might happen to you if you see a tall glass of milkshake being served at a neighboring table. 

What's so interesting about Bungalow's milkshake is that you don't drink with a straw-instead, you scoop it with a spoon like ice cream because it's very, very thick. While there are tons of options to choose from, the most popular flavors are the Strawberry Frost, Salted Cookie, and Oreo Hazelnut.

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Assorted Filled-Doughnuts

Price: P280/box of four, P560/box of eight, and P1,050/box of 15.

Bungalow's filled doughnuts might just be The Pastry that catapulted them to fame. They have a lot of flavors to choose from and flavors change every week. 

Just to give you an idea, they have flavors like Chocolate Snow, Blueberry Tres Leches, Vanilla Bean with Honey, Birthday Cake, Coco Jam with Macapuno, Champorado, Mango Pastillas, Polvoron, Sicilian Cannoli, Bavarian, Passionfruit, Auro Chocolate, Vanilla Caramel, Coffee, Earl Grey Milk Chocolate, Lemon Cake Curd, Strawberry Eton Mess, Tres Leches, Triple Chocolate, Pistachio Cream, Smores, Fruit Tart, Milk, and Espresso Chocolate.

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Cocktails!

If you're there for Happy Hour, you should also check out their cocktail menu. They use fresh herbs and fresh fruits for their Bungalow Sangria, Strawberry Bellini, Watermelon Margarita, and Mimosa.

Bungalow Café & Bakery is located at Molito Lifestyle Center (right beside Frankie's New York Buffalo Wings), Madrigal Avenue corner Commerce Avenue, Alabang, Muntinlupa City.

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