Tyler’s Cafe is a all day breakfast/ coffee shop from the owners of Gino’s Brick Oven Pizza. The restaurant is located beside the Gino’s branch in Katipunan and you can even sit in either store and order from both menus.
The place looks bright and relaxing with a blue and white theme partnered with light brown and white furniture. The place is well lighted at night but large windows should let in lots of beautiful light in the morning.
I had the Smoked Beef Sandwich (P360). Generous amounts of house smoked beef with coleslaw, cheddar cheese and a smear of mustard between rye bread. Tender and flavorful meat went really well with crisp slaw, melted cheese and the slight heat of the mustard.
Irene had the Grilled Cheese (P215) with Tomato Soup (+P95). The grilled cheese sandwich used a combination of Gruyere and cheddar with buttered white bread. Irene found the taste of the cheese a bit weird but enjoyed the tangy tomato soup.
Lauren had the hardest time choosing from the menu and finally settled on Bacon and Eggs (P285). Thick cut honey cured bacon with 2 eggs of your choice plus garlic rice which Lauren requested to be substituted to plain rice. I had to beg for a little piece of the bacon, which was really good, before the whole plate was finished off by Lauren.
Lauren had Strawberries and Cake (P225) for dessert but I didn’t even have time to take a photo before she had eaten almost half of it. Brown butter almond cake with strawberry jam, strawberries, vanilla ice cream and chocolate crumbs.
We enjoyed our visit to Tyler’s Cafe but parking is a bit hard with Gino’s Pizza being very busy. We’d love to try their other items on the menu like the ricotta pancakes and the patty melt.
Tyler’s Cafe317 Katipunan Avenue,
Quezon City, Philippines
Contact No.: (632) 225-7462
Operating Hours: 6am to 8:30 pm daily
Facebook Page: Tyler’s Cafe
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