Since we decided to use it on a Sunday, I looked online and found out that they have something called "Wagyu Weekends", which starts at 9AM. It is described as a buffet, and the name implies the presence of Wagyu Beef. For PhP (Philippine Peso) 388.00, it sounded like a deal, since a look at Bfast's entrees cost around PhP 150 to 250.
The rains did not deter us, and Makati is lovely (read: practically empty) on weekends. And we brought our appetite, since it was almost 10AM when we entered Bfast.
Here are some of the items we got from the spread they offered.
Karnevorous Omelette, Sauteed Veggies with Bagoong,
Fish Tocino and Meat Lovers' Rice.
Chicken and Pork Tocino, Atchuete Rice,
Pasta with Crab Roe Sauce
Same Pasta with Mozarella Cheese
Wagyu Beef, Roast Chicken
Strawberry flavored drink, included in the buffet.
(Choice of this or iced tea, I would've preferred coffee.)
The standout items were the Lechon Kawali with Bagoong, Pasta with Crab Roe Sauce, and Karnevorous Omelette. Yes, it turns out that some of these weren't really "breakfast items", but that's because Wagyu Weekends extends until 2PM.
The Roast Chicken was quite flavorful, but the Wagyu Beef was a bit of a letdown: it tasted like "the usual" roast beef we'd tried elsewhere.
It was surprising that when we got there, many of the food items were cold and the spread wasn't complete. (Since we arrived almost 10AM, that means it was almost an hour since Wagyu Weekends started.) The staff did compensate - by just a tad - by being solicitous and eager.
A bit of hit-and-miss, but for the price vis-a-vis the regular prices, it was quite alright to have woken up for Chef Laudico's Bfast's weekend offer. I can't recommend the Lechon Kawali with Bagoong enough, Art and I thought it was the dish that made it all worth it.
Buffet name notwithstanding.
Chef Laudico's BFAST
Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati Avenue
Bel-Air, Makati City