Feature: Crisp on 28th

In Manila these days, people take brunch and dinners as seriously as gripes about the traffic. After all, we deserve to sit back and relax over a delicious plate of food before and after a long day of hard work.

Salmon and Cauliflower Tabouleh Salad

The brunch menu at Crisp on 28th is hearty, indulgent, and just slightly over the top, but in all the right ways. You will love Crisp on 28th for their modernized and polished dishes, and when talented young Chefs are handling your food, you know your meal is bound to be good.

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Asian Waldorf Salad

A perennial favourite among the business lunch crowd and everyday eaters alike is the Salmon and Cauliflower Tabouleh Salad. It combines sweet roasted pumpkin, pickled cauliflower, seared salmon, coriander, cumin seeds, mixed greens, and a lime yoghurt dressing.

Manila Ramen

Don’t let its vegetarian-friendly identity fool you: This spot might go light on its meat offerings, but it sacrifices nothing in the way of flavour. Do try the Buckwheat Pancakes, Asian Waldorf Salad, and Tinapa and Quinoa Bowl. If meat is a must, don’t miss the Big Breakfast, Crispy Adobo Flakes, and Manila Ramen.

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Lemongrass Tinola Bowl

If you’re more in the mood for lunch or dinner, go all out with a bowl of Kansi Nasal, Lemongrass Tinola Bowl, Osso Bucco ala Iloco, and Sizzling Kare-Kare. Crisp on 28th tries to redefine these local dishes and succeeds.

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It’s pretty obvious why Crisp on 28th continues to be the ultimate destination for brunch supremacy. The menu is focused, simple, and filled with thoughtful array of wholesome, nutritious eats.

So, don’t ruin your day by making the wrong choice. Start the work week off right and get your brunch, lunch, or dinner at Crisp on 28th. No matter the time of day, your meal here is going to be noteworthy.

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