Breakfast at Vivere Azure in Anilao, Batangas

Breakfast at Vivere Azure in Anilao, Batangas |

If breakfast is a movie star, I would probably be it’s number one fan. Whether at home or not, I make sure I get myself some eggs, greens, fruit,s or yogurt. If I’m in the mood, I’d also get some pancakes or one kind of  SiLog or two. After all, this is the most important meal of the day.

I’m also a fan of the complimentary breakfasts different hotels and resorts provide along with the reservation. I respect the work and the preparations that goes into it before it even gets into my end of the table. That is why I make sure to have a portion here at The Peach Kitchen for Hotel Breakfasts.

Breakfast at Vivere Azure in Anilao, Batangas |

Unlike our lunch and dinner which we took at Z Cafe, Vivere Azure’s restaurant, breakfast was served at the open dining area near our room.

Breakfast at Vivere Azure in Anilao, Batangas |

There’s a long table set up with bread, butter and jam, different flavors of yogurt, a variety of cereals and cold milk. I figured this part is set up as a buffet and you can eat as many as you want until you’re satisfied. But for the main entree, you’ll have to order and it’s single served only.

Breakfast at Vivere Azure in Anilao, Batangas |

As usual, we can never be parted from our usual SiLog specially our favorite ToSiLog. The kids and I had our favorite tocino, garlic rice and sunny side up egg.

Breakfast at Vivere Azure in Anilao, Batangas |

Sis friends Razziel and Amy ordered Fried Danggit and it was served with garlic rice and sunny side up eggs as well.

Breakfast at Vivere Azure in Anilao, Batangas |

Sis had fried Sausage. I didn’t know what kind they served but it was served with garlic rice and a whole wheat toast topped with ham and poached egg.

There ‘s overflowing waffles and pancakes! We opted to just have one serving of each.

Our breakfast ended with a plate of  yellow fruits served on a platter. There’s banana, mango and orange.

It was a filling breakfast. Vivere Azure serves good food.

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23 Responses

  1. Yung nasa fried sausage na egg is like egg’s benedict!! how nice! I especially love Pancakes and Fruits for breakfast! But also nothing beats pinoy breakfast!

  2. Oh, this looks so good! There’s nothing as good as fresh, ripe mango ready to eat. This makes me miss the Philippines very much…

  3. Now that is one tasty looking breakfast. I just finished lunch, but those pictures make me hungry for all of those. Great photography skills!

  4. i also love breakfast, sadly i am not really that equip to create those elaborate meals at home. i would really love to have that yellow fruits platter for breakfast! 😀

  5. Nothings beats silog for breakfast, tocilog most especially. However, I only make them on weekends as I don’t have enough time on weekdays.

  6. so thats the food that they are offering..glad to hear that they offer good food also.
    i know that their place looks good..

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →






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