Saturday, February 27, 2016

Bizu Patisserie & Bistro: Perfect for Intimate Breakfast Dates

Bizu Patisserie & Bistro is well-known for their quality European-style breakfast and freshly-baked pastries. I've heard a lot of good things about Bizu but I had the opportunity to have a taste of what everyone has been talking about just recently.

The place itself looks quite dainty with a vibe that titas of Manila would enjoy very much. It's also a nice spot for an intimate brunch date with tall glass windows that allows natural light to come in. It's easy to see why people love having brunch at in Bizu.

Read on to know more about our Bizu experience...

Bizu bakes fresh batches of bread everyday that's displayed on the counter so that's its easy to get. The bread they have is pretty good so I recommend you get a pack or two to take home. Bizu also gives a complimentary basket of freshly-baked bread when you dine in. 

The coffee was good but nothing spectacular. We got both the Cappucino and the Cafe Latte which comes with the breakfast set. There was a lack of coffee flavor and way too much milk, but that's mainly because I prefer the bold flavors of specialty coffee.

The Eggs Benedict (Php 375) currently holds the interim title for the best Eggs Benedict I ever tried in Metro Manila ever since I began my personal mission to find Eggs Benedict that tastes better than Taza Fresh Table's amazing Eggs Ben

The dish was pretty well-balanced, with delicious, oozing hollandaise, thick slices of beautifully seasoned ham, and perfectly poached eggs sitting on top of freshly-baked english muffins. As for the poached eggs, the first egg I sliced was perfectly poached but the second one was cooked all the way through. The eggs were served quite warm, so I think the yolk continued cooking while I was busy chatting with my friend. 

The order comes with a bowl of fruits, a bowl of salad, and coffee. That makes the somewhat steep price more reasonable. 

The Cheese French Omelette Set (Php 295) is served with a bowl of fruit, a very buttery piece of croissant, and coffee. This is, by far, the fluffiest piece of omelette I have ever seen! It was also surprisingly delicious. I never order omelettes in restaurants because they're quite easy to make at home, but I would probably get another one of these fluffy omelettes from Bizu again in the future. 

The croissant that comes with it was flaky and nicely baked. It's pairs well with the omelette, since the texture of the buttery croissant complements the lightness of the fluffy omelette. Two thumbs up for this breakfast set! 

The service was also very nice since the staff were attentive throughout and they kept on refilling our glasses of water without us even asking for it - a sign of quality service. 

Food Quality: 4.5
Service Quality: 4.5
Ambiance: 4.5

Overall Quality: 4.5

Bizu is certainly one of those restaurants where you could take someone you're trying to impress. The breakfast sets we had were delicious and the portions were generous - you get what you pay for. I personally can't wait to try other items from their breakfast set, but it may be difficult to resist getting an order of those amazing Eggs Benedict again. 

Trust me, brunch dates at Bizu is highly recommended! 

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