Mr. Park's Bread & Cake
Salem Commercial Complex, Domestic Rd., Pasay, Metro Manila
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- Business Hours
- Open 24 Hours
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Yeah! And so what do you call this heaven? (yes, its heaven!) Red Bean Bingsu?? What ever. Hahaha. How to order? Look for the pictures at the store na lang.
How did it became heaven? The ice is so soft like cotton. Fresh fruits are real and tasteful. Plus the red bean and corn flakes! It has complete colors and texture. And will make you want to crave for more!
Their bread is also delicious. But I think I need to mention their 10 Pesos Cream puffs. Its decioso indeed.
Writing this makes me want to go out for some bingsu.
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Found this as I was searching for a place to wait for a plane's arrival that was within the vicinity of The Centennial Terminal / NAIA. Without traffic, including the 2 stop lights and a security check, I was in the airport within 10 minutes from here. Better than keeping the hazard light on and dodging the cops that warn you that you can't park before the airport.
Free wifi, barely any people, clean banyo, secured pay parking for only 40 pesos. This is in the same complex as Jollibee, Shakey's and Bo's.
They didn't have a lot of bread available. Sayang. Been wanting to try this place pa naman.
Got the potato baguette, which they toasted, which I loved. It had a nice, crunchy bottom, and a soft, creamy potato topping. They even sliced it for me without asking, which made it easier to eat.
Daughter asked for a Korean milk box. I was given a cold mug of water without asking.
Their green tea cake (or was it pandan? Basta green sya) was good! Soft and fluffy with a light butter frosting.
Their coffee buns were on sale from 60 to 30 pesos, which I brought home. Sayang, I really didn't like these. Not sure if they were old but it tasted a bit dry.
Open 24 hours.
4 for the baguette, wifi and service.
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