What started as a bakeshop in the province of Nueva Ecija is now a great place to dine, relax, and savor a lovely lineup of pastries. Ka Tunying’s Café started in August of 2015 serving the best breads and a wonderful variety of Filipino all day breakfast classics.
The first floor is a bakeshop; the interior of which has a pleasant homey feel and at the center is a fresh display of breads and pastries to choose from.
Head to the right and a staircase leads to the second floor where comfty sets of furniture await. The place is spacious and well lit with paintings present in every corner.
The café has an outstanding lineup of Beverages, from hot to cold, creamy and smooth. The prices range between Php 65 and Php 145 which by all standard affordable considering the overall ambiance of the place.
The kitchen is headed by Chef Noel Hernandez, with expertise garnered from both local and international experiences, you can be sure that whatever comes out of the kitchen will be truly mouth-watering.
Let’s start this food adventure with a succulent serving of lechon pork belly. Two divine slices of rolled pork belly that went through a meticulous brining process before being baked. The dishe is served with their homemade lechon sauce.
Pan de Sal lover? Ka Tunying’s Café got you covered. With the pandesal platter, this café provides you with two yellow and two ordinary pandesal, with all our favorite “palaman” – Spanish sardines, scrambled egg, corned beef, and adobo flakes. The yellow pandesal is infused with turmeric which explains the bread’s color.
Be amazed with Ka Tunying Café’s roster of Silog meals served with a smiling sunny side up egg. From daing to the ubiquitous beef tapa, each will certainly enthrall your palate.
Two pieces of crunchy fried “dinaing na galunggong” paired with adobo rice, sunny side up eggs and pickled raddish.
Baked Bangus Belly is served with salted egg and pickled raddish. 150 grams of milkfish belly baked with béchamel sauce.
Tinapa silog is a favorite all day breakfast meal so is the classic tapa sinangag itlog meal or what we all call the tapsilog.
Arroz Ala Tunying is a hearty serving. Flavorful rice porridge topped with boiled chicken and garnished with roasted garlic and spring onions.
What makes champorado complete? Of course the tuyo! Champorado topped with pinipig flakes and served with milk and shredded tuyo on the side. Chef Noel shared that quality chocolate powder was used for this amazing dish.
Ka Tunying’s Café highlights Filipino dishes at its finest, as such their menu are focused on the Filipino cuisine. Speaking of Filipino cuisine, it can never be complete without adobo. The café has an exquisite pork adobo dish topped with a bok choy leaf served with adobo rice and scrambled egg.
Chicken Tocino is a favorite among the kids who visit the place. With tender sweet chicken fillet, no wonder. Three slices of rellenong bangus on your platter is a true sight to behold and the taste is excellent!
The are three types of Longsilog at Ka Tunying’s Café – Batutay, Recado, and Hamonado. Batutay is beef longanisa, hamondo is the sweet garlicky variant , and the recado is the skinless longanisa. Aside from the smiling sunny side up, all are served with pickled papaya, adobo rice, and a garlic vinegar dip.
You are sure to be satisfied with the overall service you will get from Ka Tunying’s Café. A professional staff and a pleasant smile across everyone’s face will definitely make you come back for a relaxing dining experience.
Ka Tunying’s Café is open as early as 7:00am until 10:00 pm everyday. Delivery is not available and be very mindful of their peak hours, that is during lunch time and dinner, the place can be really jam-packed. They are located at 88 Visayas Ave., Vasra, Quezon City.