Pan de Manila

G/F EDSA Central, EDSA cor. Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Pan de Manila
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Joy Vee A.
4.0 Stars

I saw a post that Pan De Manila's offering a Greentea so after shot night, I decided to buy one to compare it to JCo's. Ze gf chose Chocolate Hills dipped in choco with rice crispies.

I'm glad I've tried their Green Teamonds! It was huge for P38 soft dough with white filling i guess it's purpose was a not so airy bread like that of JCo's and ang daming Almonds panalo!

May nakita rin akong Greentea donut sa Family Mart next time naman yun.

Mejo weird lang yung box pang Xmas. This staff suggested they have a Box of Two. We said Ok. Tapos saka ka lang sasabihan na mam additional P4.00 po. Ok ok Pan De Manila yung design pang Xmas parang pinapaubos nyo lang tapos isho-shoulder ng buyer. Weird! Buti na enjoy ko yung Green Teamonds pero lesson learned.

Huwag Mahiyang Magtanong!

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Nievs G.
4.0 Stars

1. Located at EDSA Central in Mandaluyong (near Greenfield). Despite being situated by one of the busiest thoroughfares in the city, I felt this place was quiet and laid-back, at least from my experience.

2. We've been buying mostly bread (pan de sal) and instant powdered beverages from Pan de Manila occasionally, but what surprised me were their Pan de Donut. From their donuts' appearances, they screamed of J. Co's!

3. But when I got to taste the donuts, I must say they were darn good! They were soft and not too sweet. And later on I found out that these donuts are healthy -- they are baked instead of fried, and are also bromate- and trans-fat-free! How cool is that?

I ordered Cookie Crema while my guy friend had the Green Tea Almond. Both were superb! Why suffer long lines for overrated foreign-made donuts when Pan de Manila has waaaayyy better alternatives? And many of these donuts are truly Pinoy-inspired: they incorporate pili, chocnut, Nips and ube.

We also ordered Pan de sal's filled with tuna and luncheon meat to complete our on-the-go brekky inside the bus.

I wish Pan De Manila would also open a branch here in Angono. The Pan de Donuts will handily beat the newly opened Krispy Kreme here, for sure!

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