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  • 10 Best Places For Ube-Cheese Pan De Sal (They Deliver!)

    There's a reason ube-cheese pan de sal has been trending like crazy. Try it!
    by Patricia Baes for Spot.ph .
10 Best Places For Ube-Cheese Pan De Sal (They Deliver!)
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  • Perhaps it’s the contrast of vibrant purple and sunny yellow hues, or the way the saltiness of the cheese brings out the nuttiness of the purple yam. But ube and cheese are both well-loved among Filipinos, and there’s no better way to enjoy the combo than inside a warm, fluffy bun.

    Ube-cheese pan de sal has been trending since late 2019, and it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere with more and more home bakers and stores offering the said treat. Here are 10 to check out the next time the hankering strikes.

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    Get your fix of ube-cheese pan de sal from these places:

    The Sweet Life by Ange

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    The Sweet Life by Ange is known for their visually striking cakes, and now they’re joining in the ube-cheese trend with their Ube Cheese Pandesal (P600/dozen). Like it more decadent? Try the Ube Cheese Cinn (P2,500/box of nine), or swirled rolls given the ube-cheese treatment. Note that these are made to order, so you’ll want to place yours one week ahead.

    For orders, contact 0917-823-8198 or send an e-mail to order@sweetlifebyange.com. You can also send a message to their Facebook or Instagram pages.

    Justyn Café

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    Justyn Café makes an Ube Pandesal with Cheese (P600/dozen) that tastes incredibly balanced and not too sweet. Can't get enough of purple yam? You're in for a treat as they also make other products like Ube Halaya Artisan Ube Ice Cream (P900) and 24 Karat Kube Kake (P4,500/9-inch cake).

    For orders, send a message to Justyn Café on Facebook or Instagram.

    Heavenly Bakeshop PH

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    This bakeshop in Quezon City makes ube cheese pan de sal (P250/10 pieces) using purple yam, so you’ll have to finish them in four days—that is, if you can even make them last that long—but that also means you get real-deal ube flavor. You can have the pan de sal picked up by Grab or Lalamove from their headquarters.

    For orders, send a message to their Instagram page.

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    Taste & See Bakeshop

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    Taste & See Bakeshop’s Ube Cheese Pandesal (P280/dozen) is made extra-luscious with real ube halaya and Eden cheese inside their soft, fluffy bread. You can pre-order these goods, pay via BPI, BDO, or cash on delivery, and get it picked up and delivered from their Pasig location.

    For orders, send a message to Taste & See Bakeshop’s Facebook page.

    Salta! By Pappare

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    This Italian restaurant also offers Ube Panrolls stuffed with ube halaya and cream cheese. You can go for the regular version (P260/six pieces, P375/nine pieces) or go for their variants made with whole wheat (P265/six pieces, P380/nine pieces), whole wheat and avocado oil (P325/six, P455/nine), or there's the Whole Wheat, Avocado Oil, and Erythritol (P370/six pieces, P540/nine pieces).

    For orders, contact 0927-331-4046 or send a message to Salta! by Pappare's Facebook page.

    Miss.B Infused Honey

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    Aside from selling spicy honey, Miss.B Infused Honey also makes pan de sal (P180/12 pieces, P225/15 pieces, P350/24 pieces) in a variety of flavors: Matcha, Caramel, Chocolate, Cheesy, Egg, and Ube Cheese. You can pay via GCash or BDO, and have these flavorful breads delivered from their Quezon City outpost via Grab or Lalamove.

    For orders, send a message to Miss.B Infused Honey on Facebook or Instagram.

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    UBE-by Cheese Pandesal

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    UBE-by’s Cheese Pandesal (P150/20 pieces) is baked fresh every day, so you can be assured it’s as fluffy and heavenly as possible. You can pay for your orders via GCash or BDO, and have your treats delivered from their Pasig pick-up point via Lalamove, Grab, or Angkas.

    For orders, message them on their Facebook page.

    Bungalow Cafe

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    From the owners of Flour Jar comes Bungalow Cafe, and among their wide range of breads, cakes, doughnuts, and cookies is their Ube Pandesal (P35/piece). They’re taking orders for pickup on selected dates, which you can pay for via BDO.

    For orders, send an e-mail to bungalowmanila@gmail.com or check out their Facebook or Instagram pages.

    Little Chef

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    More than hosting baking classes, Little Chef also offers Ube Cheesedesal (P180/10 pieces) that’s soft on the outside and gooey on the inside. To order, send a message on their social accounts and pick it up from their place in Quezon City or have it delivered via Lalamove or Grab. Payment can be made via BDO or GCash.

    For orders, contact 0977-844-1329 or send a message to Little Chef on Facebook or Instagram.

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    Weirdough Bakeshop

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    This quirkily-named bakeshop located in Muntinlupa lets you get your ube-cheese fix in the form of their Ube Cheesedesal (P150/10 pieces). They have limited slots per week so make sure to check their social media accounts for their latest baking schedules. You can place an order on their Instagram, pay to confirm your order via BDO, GCash, or Paymaya, and book your own Grab or Lalamove for deliveries.

    For orders, send a message to their Instagram page.

    This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

    *Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.

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