Brunch cafés are quickly becoming a favorite among moms for their calming but ambient interiors and sumptuous menu items. The newly introduced Little Flour is a must-try for its distinct concept and quality dining experience. Owner Ana Lorenzana de Ocampo shares that this is their latest venture in the culinary industry. Its predecessor is the widely successful Wildflour Café and Bakery. The restaurant is beloved across the metro for the standards it set in café dining.
All-day dining at Little Flour
“Little Flour is really more of a café than a restaurant. At Wildflour, there’s a breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu so certain items are available only at particular times of the day. Here at Little Flour, for the Brunching Set, we have an all-day dining menu with a wider variety of soups, salads, and sandwiches,” Ana shares. Proving quite popular are the Filipino Rice Bowls that hit home for diners, making them the go-to comfort food items. Some of the favorites include the Sisig Rice Bowl, Pork Adobo Fried Rice, Bicol Express Rice Bowl, as well as dessert offerings like Cassava Cake, Ube Bomboloni, and Polvoron.
The menu is also filled with healthy and hearty salads as well as a delectable selection of tartines, which are light but still satisfying. Not to be forgotten are the baked goodies that the group has gained popularity for. Little Flour prides themselves in their Calamansi Cream Pie and Chocolate Cake; both will surely end your meal on a sweet note.
Ana ensures that food at Little Flour is made more special with the freshest seasonal ingredients. She proudly shares that everything served in the café is made from scratch, “Nothing comes from a bottle. Every plate of food is made in the Little Flour kitchen. Even the ketchup sometimes is made in-house. Most of our food is very simple but we make sure to use only the best ingredients.”
Ana muses that the combination of the casual and creative atmosphere with the eclectic menu, is why patrons stay longer. We couldn’t agree more.
For more information, visit the Little Flour website.