Lartizan Boulangerie Francaise

LG/F Rustan's Supermarket, Uptown Place Mall, 36th St. cor. 9th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Lartizan Boulangerie Francaise
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Christina R.
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Lartizan's sourdough bread. Imagine the possibilities on your dinner table, thanks to your friendly, neighborhood bakery.

For our Friday night supper, it was homemade 4-cheese sandwich with Lartizan's sourdough bread. Swiss cheese, bleu cheese, American cheese, and queso de bola squished into 2 pieces of bread, grilled with lots of butter over medium heat. Crusty, crunchy, buttery toast + gooey cheese. Perfect with my own tomato soup with oregano, thyme and topped with cilantro.

Sold as a big loaf of bread, I hand-cut this bread according the my preferred thickness when I got home. Call this the lazy cooks dinner. Luckily for me they sold half a giant loaf for 95 pesos, which was perfect for a meal for 4. It was easy to choose the bread as they had samples laid out on the counter.

Yes, this is better than using the regular sliced square loaf. Way better as the sourdough has a slight bite to it and gets to a wonderful crisp when grilled.

This branch is a small bakery, unlike their sit-down Serendra branch. They wrapped the loaf in a breathable paper-plastic bag which helps preserve the freshness of the bread. My only comment would be that when I was asking for a recommendation on the best bread to use among the several loaves they have, the guy with a bakers outfit couldn't give me any. Basically just smiled at me the whole time.

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Jayson J.
4.0 Stars

Here's a small stand by the entrance of Rustan's Market. In case you have not heard, Lartizan and French Baker have the same owners, Lartisan only being higher class. This I have learned during my visit in their Serendra branch (wow i haven't reviewed that yet).

Anyway, still applies their 50% off on their breads that starts 9pm on weekdays and 9:30pm on weekends.

128204128525 pain au chocolat (bread with chocolate) it's pronounced as "pan" supposedly two sticks of dark chocolate embedded within the croissant type bread. Choice of either with or without confectionary sugar-- but mine was without and disappointingly one and a half sticks of dark chocolate. Boo!

The staff was as warm and friendly as their place that's why i'm not taking this against the bread experience however if it happen again... I dunno 128527128521

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