Pan de Manila

RCBC Plaza Podium, 36819 Ayala Ave. cor. Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Salcedo Village, Makati, Metro Manila

Pan de Manila
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9 Reviewers

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  • 3 stars 3
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  • 1 star 0
  • 9 Reviews
  • 3 Recommend
  • 9 Reviewers
Category:
Bakery
Phone
+63209331334401

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Christina R.
3.0 Stars

Tried their luncheon meat pandesal. Ok na din for 35 pesos! The slice of the meat was decent. Had a little mayo, then they reheated it for me pa which made it taste so much better. I'll probably be visiting more often because of the hot bread.

After paying for my bread I noticed their melon soya milk. Of course I had to try this, I think it was around 40 only. I checked the label, may sugar pero ok na din. Tried it, sarap naman, but find it a little too sweet for me and mejo diluted ang lasa.

Havent been in any PDM branch in a long time. Galing that they have their own PDM brand of spreads and coffee already.

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Marti M.
5.0 Stars

Leche flan is and always has been my favorite dessert. Ive tried different leche flan versions and loved each of them! The Batanguenos like their leche flan soft but firm enough to stand on its own as it is tipped over from the lyanera. The bottom is made out of sweet arnibal, almost similar to what we see in our friendly neighborhood local magtataho.

The Kapampangans however have their leche flan made out of duck eggs. This results to thicker leche which is more firm and full to the bite. Duck eggs also make the leche flan tastier.

Pan de Manila has their own version, with a special creaminess and taste unique to, well, Pan de Manila. And they cleverly put the creamy leche in a tart. This is actually the first time I've tried a leche flan tart and this leche flan tart is simply just so heavenly that I can probably eat a whole batch of 12 tarts in one sitting! Oh, btw, you can get this tart for only P25 per piece! I don't usually see this tart in the morning but is commonly baked during merienda time. And yes, it's perfect for merienda and pasalubongs!

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Jen L.
4.0 Stars

presyo ng pandesal tumataas, pero ang sahod... 128514128514128514

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Kat S.
5.0 Stars

Cheese Pesto Pandesal 100841008410084

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Bee M.
4.0 Stars

Not a fan of Pesto but gave this bread a try because it smells so yummy and it didn't disappoint!128077

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Glennis Gem V.
3.0 Stars

I'm not a big gan of breads and because 7-11 was closed due to renovation, and I'mhungry, decided to try Pan de Manila. I had their chicken empanada (P25) and Pesto bread (P68). I liked the empanada because of it's just right size and just right saltiness. It was siksik with just right amount mix of vegggies and chicken. Their pesto bread is ok too. It is better when paired up with bacon as it enhanced the taste. Would be coming back for the empanada though.

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Wesleigh F.
4.0 Stars

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Carla M.
3.0 Stars

Tried their corned beef pandesal and it was... just okay! I like their pandesal but there wasn't anything so special with the filling. I think it's kinda overpriced for 30 bucks per piece.. 128530 Hmmm considering that their pandesal is about P5 only and they just stuff it with a bit of palaman. Btw they also have tuna and peanut butter pandesal.

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Raffy C.
5.0 Stars

Pandesal / bread place right in the building. Best place to get merienda when you run out of the other options-- but I usually end up here more often. You can get various breads or just the your small / large / whole wheat pandesal and "palaman".

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