Pan de Manila

P. Guevarra St., Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila

Pan de Manila
4.1
4.0 Stars

7 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 6
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 8 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 7 Reviewers
Category:
Bakery
Business Hours
Open 24 Hours

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Gianne C.
4.0 Stars

For me this is one of the best tasting pandesal stores in town! Always tastes best when you'll get it hot from the oven.

This branch is very accessible and got some parking slots available in front.

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Aeron C.
4.0 Stars

Pugon pan de sal is the best! Perfect for almusal or anytime you feel hungry.128558

You can put any palaman that will complement with it. It can be jam, butter, meat loaf, or just kape.9749

Pan de Manila's pan de sal is pretty big so it's sulit.128077

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Aeron C.
4.0 Stars

Pan de Manila Cheese Sticks.

It comes as a whole, just sliced 'em.

It's just their plain bread coated with lotsa cheese; very flavorful.

Perfect combination with coffee for breakfast or merienda.1278389749

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Faith M.
4.0 Stars

My mom bought some breads from Pan de Manila yesterday. And now, the pandesal from Pan de Manila was our breakfast, spread it with their Garlic butter and wow, garlic bread it is! 10084️ Their peanut butter was also delicious pero parang nakakapanuyo ng lalamunan. 128514 but it's still the best! 128077

Their bread, cheese sticks (cheddar cheese) was the best!! The bread was soft and the cheese. 128525

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Rj T.
4.0 Stars

After 3 weeks of cavorting around the United States and savoring its culinary and cultural offerings, nothing beats having "kape at pan de sal" for breakfast. This in itself drives home the fact that one is indeed "home".

When I get pan de sal cravings, Pan de Manila is the nearest place that can satisfy it.

Pan de sal from Pan de Manila had always been good and today is no different. The freshly baked smell permeates the dining room once those paper baggies enter. A soft inside welcomes your tongue once you take that first bite.

The best part? Any "palaman" goes well with Pan de Sal. Be it local favorites like coco jam or Lily's (shameless plug) peanut butter to more foreign fare such as Nutella (great with anything really) and the "spread du jour" Speculoos Cookie Butter! If you are into the more savory ones, Bacon Spread, Real Bacon, Luncheon meat and Mayo are always good choices.

My only peeve with Pan de Manila pan de sal? It CANNOT retain its shape (see photo). The one there is one of the more shapely rolls. I've gotten one that is flatter than a pizza.

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Josa M.
4.0 Stars

my go to bakery when i want super fresh tasty or american loaf bread as others call it. arte lang. tasty yun! hahahaha. medyo mainit sa loob. natural parang pugon hahaha. i sometimes think of it as pan de pugon kasi nga it's hot inside. hehe. but just the same, sarap naman ng tinapay nila. sumikat lang ang gardenia eh. hmmm makes me think, di ba magtatayo ang gardenia ng solo store likethis??? ayan ha idea ko yannnn ako na consultant nyo! LOL

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Jayne Marie W.
4.0 Stars

I love how Pan de Manila makes their Pandesal. You see, regardless of the many international restaurants sprouting all over Manila, pandesal still remains in the heart of Filipinos. And it has been part of each Filipino household through the years.

☑ Softness: It is fluffy like a loaf bread bread but also crunchy on top when it is hot.
☑ Great Texture.
☑ Taste: bread is sweet and very delicious.

I also tried Dulce De Leche, what I love about this bread or pastry is that it is very sweet and caramel-y. It is similar to their Ensaymada but this time the bread is coated in creamy milk with lots of melted sugar. 9786

Visit the nearest Pan de Manila outlet to try out their creations. 128536

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Vince A.
5.0 Stars

I just love their pan de sal!

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