Korean egg drop sandwiches in Mandaluyong & Laguna


If you want to try Korean egg drop sandwiches but you’re too busy to go to the mall, Block 6 Cafe in Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, and Sta. Rosa, Laguna has you covered.

The cafe sells different variants of the trendy egg sandwiches and puts them in convenient packaging so you can have them whenever and wherever. So you don’t have to leave the comfort of your home, these are also available for delivery via third-party couriers.


Different kinds of egg drop sandwiches


Block 6 Cafe - korean egg drop sandwiches
Ham, bacon, and spam Korean egg drop sandwiches
Image credit: Block 6 Cafe – Santa Rosa City

Block 6 Cafe offers 6 different kinds of Korean egg drop sandwiches, with the classic egg drop starting at P90 (~USD1.80). It’s fluffy scrambled egg and cheese sandwiched in thick, toasted brioche slices.

Block 6 Cafe - Mi Goreng Egg Drop Sandwich
Mi goreng egg drop sandwich
Image credit: Block 6 Cafe – Santa Rosa City

There are also the ham, bacon, spam, and chicken katsu variants priced at P120 to P160 (~USD2.40-USD3.20). They also have the unique mi goreng egg drop sandwich (P120, ~USD2.40) which is instant mi goreng noodles and cheese in toasted brioche topped with a sunny-side-up egg.

For those who want their snacks on the sweet side, the cafe also offers french toast and maple waffles.


Coffee & non-coffee beverages


Block 6 Cafe - Thai milk tea
Thai milk tea

Image credit: @block6cafe

Besides egg drop sandwiches, the cafe also serves a variety of cold drinks.

Their coffee-based, iced drinks include Americano, coco Americano, cafe latte, Spanish latte, and caramel macchiato. These are priced from P70 to P110 (~USD1.40-USD2.20).

On the other hand, their iced, non-coffee selections include choco milk, matcha, and Thai milk tea. If you want a fizzy drink, they have soda in different flavors such as honey peach, honey citron, honey ginger, and strawberry.


Limited al fresco dining


Block 6 Cafe - Sta Rosa Laguna branch
Limited al fresco dining at the Sta. Rosa branch

Image adapted from: @block6cafe

Both Block 6 Cafe branches can only accommodate a few people, but their Sta. Rosa branch is open-air so your safety is still ensured.

You’re free to order their recipes for takeaway, though. Their box packaging lets you enjoy their sandwiches and drinks easily even if you’re having them in your car.


Available for pick-up & delivery


Block 6 Cafe - takeout
The sandwiches are placed in secure packaging for delivery
Image credit: @block6cafe

If you don’t have enough time to spend outdoors or simply want to minimize contact with other people, Block 6 Cafe’s sandwiches and drinks are also available for pickup and delivery.

For pickup, provide the details indicated on their order form and send them to the Facebook page of the branch nearest to you. Then, simply show up at their store at the time you indicated. You can also place delivery orders the same way but you need to book a third-party courier to pick up your order.

The cafe accepts payments via GCash, PayMaya, or bank transfer through BPI and UnionBank for pickup & delivery orders.


Block 6 Cafe lets you enjoy Korean egg sandwiches on the go


If you’re tired of your usual snacks but want to minimize your time outdoors, Block 6 Cafe offers the perfect solution. All of the cafe’s food offerings come in convenient packaging that lets you easily eat it even when you’re on the go.

Plus, they have different variants of Korean egg sandwiches as well as a variety of drinks to delight your tastebuds and brighten your day.

 

Mandaluyong branch
Address:
9B Lourdes Street, Barangay Plainview, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila
Opening hours:
Mon–Sun 10AM-7PM 
Telephone:
0933 143 0426
Block 6 Cafe Mandaluyong’s Facebook | Instagram

Sta. Rosa, Laguna branch
Address:
Barangay Labas, Sta. Rosa, Laguna
Opening hours:
Mon–Sun 10AM-8PM 
Telephone:
0966 472 9741
Block 6 Cafe Sta. Rosa’s Facebook | Instagram

 

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Cover image adapted from: @block6cafe and @block6cafe

 

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