Polland Bakery

2/F Market! Market!, Mabini Ave. cor. McKinley Parkway, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Polland Bakery
3.5 Stars

5 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 3
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 1
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Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 9:00p


  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p

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Most Recent Reviews

Christina R.
1.0 Stars

Absolute waste of money!!!!

We’ve never bought moon cake, simply because we are always gifted with them by our Chinese friends. I never know what brand I’m eating because they’re in chinese characters. All I know is that moon.cakes are delicious, a little moist, dense, with an egg in the Center that’s makes it more decadent that what it already is. My mom wanted to bring some back to the US so we went to Market Market in search for it. She was leaving in the evening and we tried our luck.

Dennis O recommended to go to Binondo for it but Wala na talaga kami time. But effin what the fat duck did we eat? Buti na lang we tried just one muna. 150.00 pesos isa.

Ang layooooo sa lahat ng mga nakain ko all these years. Didn’t come with that tiny fork. It was dry, the dehydrated egg tasted gross. Tapos the sales lady pa acted like dapat alam namin yung products nya.

Anyway, haba ng rant. Basta Di masarap.

  • No. of Comments: 8
Reich T.
4.0 Stars

I have a fraction of Chinese DNA in my genes,  0.00001%.  I always buy hopia an tikoy every chance i get. 

Last Thursday was my lucky day,  Poland has a booth at Power Plant.  Bought some hopia and tikoy for takeaway.  Me likey Tikoy,  no matter what size,  color and brand. 

And i found some interesting facts about Tikoy.

Niangao (nin gou in Cantonese), sometimes translated as year cake or Chinese New Year's cake, is a food prepared from glutinous rice and consumed in Chinese cuisine. While it can be eaten all year round, traditionally it is most popular during Chinese New Year. It is also traditionally eaten during the Duanwu Festival. It is considered good luck to eat nian gao during this time, because "nian gao" is a homonym for "higher year." The Chinese word (nián), meaning "sticky", is identical in sound to 年, meaning "year", and the word (gāo), meaning "cake" is identical in sound to  meaning "high or tall". As such, eating nian gao has the symbolism of raising oneself taller in each coming year  (niánnián gāoshēng). It is also known as a rice cake. This sticky sweet snack was believed to be an offering to the Kitchen God, with the aim that his mouth will be stuck with the sticky cake, so that he can't badmouth the human family in front of the Jade Emperor.

Source: Wikipedia

I can't write an extensive review about how tikoy tastes like,  all i know is that this sticky glutinous rice treat is tasty and can be eaten any time of year.

  • No. of Comments: 3
Abe C.
5.0 Stars

Polland may be known for its delish hopia (I love their wintermelon / baboy!), but this is my wife Trina B's and my go-to for their fresh lumpia (Chinese style ala DEC or Little Store).

I buy regularly in three locations on a regular basis--- at Cherry Fooderama on Congressional Ave., in Robinsons Galleria, and Landmark Trinoma (the latter two of which are in big and permanent kiosks; note that ALL THREE branches have been here for at least 3 YEARS, if not 5); but since they remain unlisted on Looloo, in the spirit of reviewing this, I'll review this branch instead.

For P70 (rolled back from P75 or P85, I forget), you get a vegetable and shredded pork mix, crystal noodles, and a sweet sauce combo that's healthy (or healthier than the usual) & just right filling. If I'm dieting I can woof one, no problem. But lately I'll order two instead. Hehe.

They also sell (of course) hopia, Chinese style kikiam, kutchay (with pork) empanada, etc. Good Chinese comfort food.

  • No. of Comments: 3
Clarissa P.
4.0 Stars

Nakikiuso sa Moon Cake Festival 128587128581128582

Hubby haven't tried Moon Cake ever. So when I saw Polland Bakery from a far and remembered that September is the month for Moon Cakes, I immediately took hubby to the store.

There were about 3 types of Moon Cakes there - Ube, Black Mongo and Yellow Mongo. I asked the seller about the difference of the black and yellow mongo and which was the best seller. She answered "Pareho lang pong masarap yan pareho mabenta ung kulay lang iba." 128563128563128563 okay fine! LOL! I got the Ube and Black Mongo flavors.

They were good. I liked the ube more than the mongo. But hubby didn't quite like the yellow thing in the middle - guess that was egg?

Anyhow... The little girl liked the mongo version better.

What is the Moon Cake Festival for? 128518128518128518

  • No. of Comments: 27
Carla M.
4.0 Stars

We usually buy from their space at the second floor but because it's Mooncake Festival, they placed a temporary stall at the ground floor selling their hopia, tikoy, mooncakes and other products.

Mom got two packs of mongo special hopia 128077 Delicious! 128513 They also have ube (another flavor I love), red mongo (I dunno how it differs from the mongo special. Uhmm maybe the latter is more special! #duh #labo) and wintermelon (ugh I never liked this. Dunno why! But I like wintermelon milk tea naman. They call it hopia baboy so I can imagine it with pork inside. I know it's not literally pork meat but i still cannot convince myself to eat one).

I'll forever be an Eng Bee Tin girl but this is a good alternative for your sudden hopia cravings.128114

  • No. of Comments: 12