Most of the Pinoys I know couldn’t live a day without rice. Rice has been a staple in the Filipino meal. But another favorite is the Pan de Sal. I have been a ‘bread’ lover all my life. It was only in the recent years that I have found my liking for red or brown rice. I am now on a quest to find tasty, different kinds of bread.

First on my list is the Spanish bread from Fortune Bakeshop. I’m not sure if you have tried this but the Spanish bread from this bakeshop is something that I always crave for. The bread is very creamy and sweet. I like parts of the Spanish Bread that are caramelized with sugar! It’s a cheap comfort food.

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This bakeshop sells different types of bread. It’s located beside Mercury drug in Greenbelt 1. Each Spanish bread costs around Php 7.50.

Another bread on my list is the Blue Kitchen’s Red and Purple bread. I’m sure most of you are familiar with the bread with the red colored filling, but this mixture from Blue Kitchen is delicious. I love the subtle flavor of this bread. So subtle in fact that you will hardly notice that you have finished the entire pack! If you haven’t tried it yet, be sure that you do. One pack is aroun Php 120.

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More of our favorite breads next week! Check out Part 2 of the Best Breads in Manila.

Fortune Bakeshop
G/F Greenbelt 1 (beside Mercury Drug)
www.mlmfoods.com.ph (other branches in this website)

The Blue Kitchen

Basement Power Plant Mall
Rockwell, Makati
Tel. No. (632) 8980931
6th Level Shangri-la Mall Ortigas
Tel. No. (632) 6341335
www.thebluekitchen.net

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11 Responses

  1. mike

    my favorite spanish bread comes from a small bakaery in apsong Tamo Makati, near Shopwise, called LEAH bake shop, it sells this big spanish bread with lots of filling, try it

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    • ej

      interesting! i love these hidden gems. i'll have to try that one of these days!

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  2. u8mypinkcookies

    i love the spanisg bread from fortune too :D also the red bread from panaderia pantoja! other cheap thrills include pan de coco from julie's and the mongo bread and cheese loaf from tinapayan!

    for grocery bought bread, i so love gardenia wheat bread, gardenia choco chip loaf and ube-cheese twirl.

    for more expensive bread, i love bread talk and french baker!

    i'm suce a lover of bread. i'd prefer it than rice anytime.

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      • u8mypinkcookies

        oh yeah. I'm a bread lover.. hehe solved na ko with bread, even w/o rice.

  3. trixie

    you may also want to try fortune bakeshop's ube hopia. IT doesn't really taste ube-ish. parang sa color ng filling lang kaya tinawag na ube hopia. but the taste, so good I could finish 1 pack in 1 sitting if i don't watch it. the bread part is like the consistency of hopiang baboy. but the filling is ube (or not really) but tastes really good =)

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    • ej

      hmm… probably like the red/purple bread, sige matry nga! we're posting part 2 soon… watchout for it! :)

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  4. Kinney

    Hey, can you get Papa Arnold the Caramel Waffle Cookies if you get the chance and there's also a new product from Krispy Kreme. The pull aparts. YUMMY! you should try it :)

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