The beasties and I just got back from Fullybooked Bonifacio Global City for our yearly tradition and bonding for Free Comic Book Day #FCBD2016. Since it is simpler to have our Brunch on the way home we decided to have it at our favorite stop over Eastwood. As per usual, we wanted to eat somewhere new, I spotted Café Ñ (Enye) a few days ago while walking about Eastwood and decided to try it out.
Café Enye (Ñ) is totted as a Spanish Filipino restaurant at serves classic Spanish dishes with a twist. It is really very inconspicuous, located on the side where BPI bank is. If you
don't look close enough, you can mistake it for a small coffee shop, but in reality it is very spacious.
Comfy couches you can sit and just have coffee a latte or their fab iced-blended with something sweet.
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My teenage beasties are standard pasta people… clearly they are young and have no adventure in their hearts. So as per usual they had to order the same things.
Raffy really liked their orange juice because it is not the “mix powder” kind but really fresh.
The server, recommended this to me, Since it was a very hot day. I really loved it, in fact when I come back I am going to have this again. It really is delicious, not too sour or sweet, the ice is well blended, no chunks of ice getting in the way while you consume this fabulous drink.
I opted to have the Paella Rice with their Beef Tapa since I have been craving for tapa the longest time. If you look at the plate closely you can see that they also had garlic chips and “dilis” on the side. The Beef Tapa was very flavorful and tender. Their sunny side up is perfectly runny just the way I Iiked it. The servers actually ask how you like your eggs, so they can make it just right. They serve it with vinegar.
I would`t call it lichen really, more like “limp”, but it does the trick, my son Jar who is a great fan of Carbonara, actually said “Wow” when he first saw it. The plate is very generous, I think two people can share with just one plate. Although teenagers being themselves had a plate each that they devoured on their own. The egg yoke added a bit of zing in this carbonara dish and the creme was mixed in just right.
The beasties and I enjoyed our experience at Café Ñ (Enye). The servers are all alert and polite. The ambiance is quiet and homey. They also have al fresco area where you can dine and bring your pets. We plan to come back soon. I am still craving for their Calamansi Cucumber Iced-Blended perhaps try their Creme Catalan.
Café Enye is open daily from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. It’s located at Ground Floor, Excelsior Building, Eastwood Avenue, Libis, Quezon City.
They serve breakfast until 11 a.m.
Until next time!