What’s your favorite bread? I can’t imagine a day without eating any kind of bread. And it has always been part of every Pinoy’s eating habit, any time of the day.
What’s your favorite bakery? You can take your pick. you can take as many as you want. But I have one bakery in mind that would make us, Batangueños, proud — Panaderia Pantoja.
Panaderia Pantoja started bringing tasty pan de sal and the classics jacobina and paborita to everyone’s delight back in 1950. It has evolved throughout the years of being in the industry and has become one of the most leading bakeries in Southern Luzon.
This afternoon, the team feasted on various Panaderia Pantoja products. Geez, it was one tummy-filling adventure! We never expected we could eat a lot of baked products in just one sitting. Panaderia Pantoja goodies overload!
Reasons to love Panaderia Pantoja? A lot. Their products are carefully and delectably done, all with the promise of goodness straight from the oven. We were fortunate to visit the warehouse and the production area of the main branch (located in Tanauan City). It was obviously hot in there but, uhhmmm, smells really good!
So the team had another gastronomical adventure with a variety of baked products to choose from. My personal Panaderia Pantoja favorites are the choco crinkles, cheese roll, and fudge brownies. It was only today that I got to savor their soft and tasteful ensaymada.
Gerlie also enjoyed the fudge brownies as JR picked his favorite ensaymada. I saw Alva took the egg pie which I was about to have but failed. Have you tried the Panaderia Pantoja UFO bread? We were supposed to try it but it looked so nice that we hesitated to slice it for the sake of our already full tummies.
Currently, there are 18 Panaderia Pantoja branches in the Southern Tagalog area and also in some key parts of Metro Manila. So if you are craving for pastries and other baked goodies, go to the nearest Panaderia Pantoja and have nothing but the best oven-fresh products you would surely love. 🙂