Panaderia Pantoja

139 Mother Ignacia Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila

Panaderia Pantoja
4.0 Stars

3 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 1
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 4 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 3 Reviewers

Payment Options


Most Recent Reviews

May Ann B.
3.0 Stars

Bought yema cake for P125. Nothing special. It's like a fluffy mamon with a very thin yema spread and grated cheese on top. On the other hand, what I like about it is that I find it not too sweet.

  • No. of Comments: 2
Christina R.
4.0 Stars

What a pleasant surprise! Pan de coco thats brown instead of white!

We were able to try them right out of the oven. I had 1 and split another one with a friend9786

  • No. of Comments: 2
Edwin I.
5.0 Stars

Pantoja's Big Malolos Ensaymada- yummy quality panaderia style Ensaymada topped with grated cheese , butter, sugar, and salted red egg slices at a very affordable price. Best enjoyed paired with hot tsokolate or a freshly pressed Latte.

Good texture -nicely soft and mildly spongey, right thickness, but holds to the bite. The salted egg slices, give the sweet bread a nice "just-right" salty kick. The toppings--not overwhelming. This big size measures 6 inches in diameter and only costs php 55. They also have the regular size kind (same quality and flavor--roughly 4 inches diameter) that costs only Php 23. Not bad for quality panaderia sweet bread.

Panaderia Pantoja-started some 60 years ago in Tanauan, Batangas. Currently, they have branches and franchisees/kiosks all over the Metro.

I will not compare this type of Ensaymada to the exquisite "gourmet" expensive cafe/made-to-order kinds (Mary Grace, Cake Club of Diamond Hotel, Bizu, Maglaya, Cunanan's, etc) that cost almost twice ---apples to apples right? I'd rather like to rate it vis-a-vis the affordable , commercial, traditional bake shop kinds --Goldilocks, Red Ribbon, Hizon's etc.

5 stars on taste and quality. A good and affordable Ensaymada option for those planning their noche buena and those who simply enjoy good ensaymada.

  • No. of Comments: 0
Christina R.
4.0 Stars

My all-time favorite Pinoy bakery.

Their Pan de Red (known more famously with another name) is 11 pesos. Its soft and chewy just the way I like it. Blue Kitchen in Powerplant sells theirs for 150 I think.

This is right across ABS-CBN. The seller said sometimes they have a few actors pass by once in awhile9786

  • No. of Comments: 7