Kantofied Foods at Kanto Freestyle

I recently tried foods at Kanto Freestyle Breakfast because my boss treated me and my co-system specialist for lunch [for hardwork… :)] I was surprised that the resto is just located at Eastwood, I didn’t notice that there are restos just behind Mini Stop near Citibank. So, when we arrived, I knew that there are a lot of people. I must be dumb for not knowing! Anyway, since I am a great fan of silog meals, I ordered their famous Tapsilog and it didn’t fail me! The eggs are scrambled, although it’s not like my favorite creamy parsley eggs of Banapple, it is still yummy. Oh! You can also request if you want sunny side up instead of scrambled!
I also like their displays, though I think the shade of the wall could be improved. ☺ Not to mention, it is also a 24 hour resto. Perfect for call center agents out there who are working at Eastwood!



Here’s Kanto Freestyle’s Ice Scramble, the taste of the shake itself is nothing special, it’s just the same with the scramble we see sold by “manong ice scramble maker,” yet the precious sweets on top of it made it taste good.

I’ll be honest with you, the next two days, I went back at Kanto because I recommended it to my friends. We tried one of it’s best sellers – Ice Scramble!

On my second visit, I tried Kanto’s Vigan Langgonisa. Rating: 4/5 stars


Just tried Kesong Puti at Tuyo. I think they put too much pesto on the tuyo, reason why it is too oily. But the kesong puti goes well with the tuyo. The scrambled egg this time is not so fluffy as with my first try with the beef tapa.

For me, this is a place where you can eat silog meals with better ambiance than local carenderias, A budget of less than 100 pesos is sufficient to satisfy your tummy.What I just don’t like is waiting for too long for orders to be served. 😦 Anyhow,  I would love to try their famous hotcakes on my next visit!

Here is the menu of Kanto Freestyle (pic from their facebook account)
Here are their branches:
Intrepid Plaza, Libis, Quezon City
6 Aquillina St., cor Divino, Sto. Niño, Marikina City
549 San Joaquin St., Barangay Plainview, Mandaluyong City
1st Street, Kapitolyo, Pasig City

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