1950's Pandesal Pan de Amerikana

118 Katipunan Ave. cor. White Plains Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila

1950's Pandesal Pan de Amerikana
4.0
4.0 Stars

57 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 19
  • 4 stars 23
  • 3 stars 12
  • 2 stars 2
  • 1 star 1
  • 68 Reviews
  • 39 Recommend
  • 57 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Open: 9:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+6324211966

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 9:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 9:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 9:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 9:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 9:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 9:00a - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 9:00a - 9:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Pedro J.
3.0 Stars
2

Mura at masarap. Sulit ang halo halo. SULIT

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Mary Love S.
4.0 Stars

Ever since the upside down bakery caught my eye, I have been bugging my mom that she brings me there. But I think I need to work on my charms. Thankfully, N was open to the idea of visiting the place with me. So off we go to the upside down bakery, or popularly known as Pan de Amerikana

It was a hot day when we visited Pan de Amerikana. And the place being an open space wasn’t something that we were looking for that time. Such made us order Halo-Halo (PHP50) with the hopes of helping us cool down.

We had fun taking pictures of the place as it is such a pretty place. They even have a minibridge as a pathway to the dining area. Soon, our orders were served.

Well, I actually forgot to take a photo of the Halo-Halo and I didn’t really mind as it was practically a bowl of ice. There were not much toppings. I didn’t get to taste any langka, saba or leche flan. I was hoping that there would be an ube ice cream but there was none. :(

We just took more photos of the adorable place and I even had my photo taken with the upside down dining set. Cue: Hihihi.

I bought some wheat pandesal at PHP6 each and one pandesal would be enough to fill the tummy! I even enjoyed it without spread. I guess it’s best to stick to their specialty when you visit.

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Dheybert P.
4.0 Stars

I had a great breakfast experience this morning... I had daing na bangus and coffee with a fantastic view. I never expected it cos of the small cut of the area but they have maximized every corner of it. They have cute photos of the classic artistas. It is very cozy, seems like your eating on an indoor garden. 128522
The price is very affordable like I had mine at 75 pesos plus brewed coffee @ 35. They have to work on their brewed coffee, it's not masarap i was not able to finish it
(me being a coffee person it's my first time not to finish my cup) 9749️ pero overall experience, I would rate it 11088110881108811088
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Mickey S.
3.0 Stars

So I have to say that being Filipino, I am very picky when it comes to eating at a Filipino restaurant (because no one can beat my Lola's cooking). One of my friends recommended this place because it was highly rated and I thought: why not?

Unfortunately, I can only give this place 3 stars for service and food. Maybe my expectations were high after my friend boasted about the place but upon writing and editing this review, it lands at a solid 3.

The restaurant was pretty packed - when we had called to make a reservation, they said that we'd have to wait until 8:00pm, but we ended up walking down there and tried our luck to see if we could get a seat. Luckily, we were able to grab 3 seats.

We had the Pork Sisig and boy it was good! Really delicious, maybe more than delicious. The pork crackling was a bit chewy but nevertheless, it was an overall good dish. We also ordered the Pork Dinuguan (Pork Blood Stew), Bicol Express, Grilled Liempo, and Chicken and Pork Adobo. Nothing really stands out or worth raving about.

The T-bone Steak was also a bit disappointing. For the price, I expected more. More tender meat and more seasoning to the marinade. It was evenly grilled which was evident, however, it needed more salt or pepper...OR SOMETHING!

They serve breakfast all-day and the 'Silog' breakfast entrees were not half bad. I had the Tapsilog and it was good. The egg was fluffy and the rice was really good. It was garlic flavor and you can actually taste the garlic but wasn't too powerful. The meat on the Tapsilog was very flavorful but it was tough. It was kinda like eating jerky. 

Overall the food was alright. If you are not familiar with Filipino food I would say you will enjoy a new type of cuisine here. If you've had your fair share of it, I'd say this isn't a place I'd recommend especially since there are a handful of other joints in the same hood. I give them lots of props for their creativity and the character and atmosphere of their restaurant.

Cheers,
Mickey

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Jacky J.
4.0 Stars

We came by the place at around 7pm for dinner, so I was expecting there will be a lot of people. When we entered, I saw the design of the place. It was really cool. Upside down objects placed above the ceiling. We took a lot of pictures of the place since there were only a few people. You can even play chess on your table because there were boxes of the board game. We ordered their sisig, t-bone steak, fried tilapia and tokwa't baboy. Sisig was just okay maybe I was expecting too much. Tbone steak was good, very juicy and the sauce was delicious. Tilapia was just typical but it has a some dip an achara-like. I like the tokwa't baboy. I'll be back to try more of their menu since it was very affordable. The staffs were also very attentive and kind, they even insisted to take some of our photos. Thumbs up for affordable price and design of the place 128588

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Jacqui T.
5.0 Stars

You turn my whole world upside down. Yea! This place is literally designed upside down. 128518128518128518

I've been planning to visit this place since last year, but never got a chance since it's too far from home. You know what's the good thing about having good friends? They will drive you to the place where you wanted to go. Yey!

The place was so good and I was amazed by its structure. We had our breakfast here and their food was okay and very affordable. They serve usual breakfast meals like Tapa, Bangus, Longanisa, Tawilis and many more. These are served with fried egg and fried rice.

You'll definitely love their bakery as well. Don't forget to bring home some wheat ensaymada when you visit this place. My grandma and I enjoyed it!

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Sous V.
4.0 Stars

Great cheap food here! Freshly baked breads and delicious dishes too! Great ambiance!

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Rose C.
5.0 Stars

Tapsilog for only 75 pesos! Super affordable good food here! I love their sopas with egg its only 25... If its near our house i might eat here everyday.... Sa bahay na baliktad., really great ambiance! Creatively done and sooooo unique! Hands down to the designer.

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Aeson B.
1.0 Stars

Then again, for the 5th visit. Wala namang tenderloin. Under man pa

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Nemie N.
3.0 Stars

Family lunch here

We ordered the 'something' platter. Can't remember the name. It has liempo, barbeque, tilapia, eggplant, and okra with bagoong. And t-bone steak.

I really forgot to take a pic of the food because I was so hungry.

My fam's comment: very lutong bahay style but tasted Pangasinan so they liked it. But they said the place doesn't look so appealing because there were many flies around. Parang marumi daw tuloy tignan. And madilim.

But I liked the T-bone steak. Kahit na mukhang tenderloin yung hinain samin imbis na t-bone. 128514

Bill is: 750.00+ for 4 pipz
Not bad.

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Miggy T.
4.0 Stars

Delicious food at an affordable price. Don't expect anything revolutionary, they cater more to comfort foodies looking for a guaranteed filling meal. 128522

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Nemie N.
3.0 Stars

The place is cool. I mean it's the only upside down restaurant in South East Asia.

But the taste of the food is average. It's just cheap.
I know some place with the same price for food but tastes better than their food here.

Maybe I will go back if I'm on a tight budget but want to eat in a resto.

I ordered:
Liempo - 60.00 pesos (the liempo from Andok's tastes better IMO)
Orange shake - 45.00 (regular orange shake. Nothing special)

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Aeson B.
3.0 Stars

Always out of tenderloin ;( not satisfied with this

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Shiela P.
5.0 Stars

This time we opted for affordable and delicious filipino food. And yes we thought of Pan de Amerikana. We ordered:

Tinomok - PhP60
Sinigang na Bangus Belly - PhP90
Dinuguan - PhP75
Everlasting (half order) - PhP90
Barry's Chicken (w/ rice) - PhP115
Iced Tea Pitcher - PhP90
Saba con Yelo - PhP35
Buko Pandan - PhP40

Everything here is very delicious! You got to try out this place 128077 and the design (interior and exterior) is so clever 128076 plus the staff is very accomodating and also you can play chess while eating 9786

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Aeson B.
2.0 Stars

Dont be fooled by the batchoy. It's more like Sotanghon noodles and chicken liver

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Aeson B.
3.0 Stars

Their Chicken Inasal doesn't taste near like inasal ;(

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Butch G.
3.0 Stars

We wanted
Quick
Food after a workout. Had tawilis, tuyo and tapa! Can"t complain!

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Amie Leah C.
5.0 Stars

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Grilled Liempo 11088110881108811088
Crispy Mushroom 110881108811088

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Aeson B.
4.0 Stars

Good price, good food

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Abbey A.
5.0 Stars

Sarap ng Barry's Chicken! 128525 looked and tasted like Max's but no need for ketchup! It was a little over seasoned but that's just fine cause that's the way I like it!

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