Taibun Bakery and Coffee Shop is owned by a Taiwanese couple. They offer a wide assortment of sweet and savory breads kind of like those you can buy from the popular chain Bread Talk. They have seating in the store for those who would like to dine in.
Hubby decided to try the Floss Onion Roll (P36, pictured above) -- tasty pork floss on soft freshly baked bread topped with chopped scallion bits. There's also a bit of egg cream inside. Yummy! :D
I chose Three Flavors (P48, pictured above). It's like three separate breads that are joined together to showcase three different toppings: chopped green onions, sweet corn kernels, and ham. They're all cheesy too! Well worth the price!
The staff recommended that we also try the Milk Bread (P46, pictured above). It's topped with real milk powder. We loved that it's very soft and fluffy inside.
What do you know they offer Taiwanese milk tea too! We each ordered a tall glass of Iced Milk Tea with Coffee Jelly (P75, pictured above). Although I could taste real brewed tea it was way too sweet. I could only finish half. Next time I'll try their cappuccino and tell them to omit the sugar.
Next time I'd like to try these cute soft and cake-like cookies filled with cream in the middle. They're called Icon Cream and they cost P30 each.
Chocolate Boro Crunch (P36, pictured above) also looks interesting. I was told it's filled with chocolate inside.
Naisu Cocoa (P42, pictured above) are buns made of chocolate, coconut, and cream.
Taibun Bakery and Coffee Shop opened last April 2011. The staff told me that they're coming up with lots of new breads, cakes, and pastries in the coming weeks. I found out too late that they serve meals too. They have baked spaghetti, baked rice, and even corn soup. An additional plus is that compared to other places along P. Guevarra they actually have more parking.
Taibun Bakery and Coffee Shop
331 P. Guevarra St.,
Little Baguio, San Juan City
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