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Top 10 Best Ensaymada in Metro Manila
Looking for the perfect ensaymada to pair with your tsokolate? We’ve rounded up the best that you can find in the city.
By: Jenny Orillos  |   Published on: Jul 29, 2010 - 12:00pm

The perfect partner for Tsokolate Eh? The ensaymada. Filipinos love this coiled bread as breakfast or merienda fare. To make good ensaymada, the baker must use good quality flour, yeast, egg yolks, salt, and sugar. Butter (or lard) is worked into the dough and brushed on top then sprinkled with sugar. Nowadays, the ensaymada is crowned with grated cheddar cheese or queso de bola for the special variety.

The Filipino ensaymada traces its origins to the ensaimada, a traditional yeast bun from Majorca, Spain, made with pork lard and just a hint of sugar on top. It began to appear in local panaderias during the Spanish period when Filipino and Chinese bakers began to make bread via the government's Royal Bakeshop in Intramuros.

Old-timers remember the ensaymada as a flat concoction, not the puffed up muffin-like versions of today. The traditional ensaymada was merely dusted with powdered or granulated sugar, just like the Majorcan version, notes food historian Felice Sta. Maria. Grated queso de bola was added before World War II, though in Pampanga it could have been earlier as most heirloom recipes we sampled already had the cheese. The combination of salted duck's egg and cheese were introduced later on in the ensaymadas of Malolos, Bulacan.

Recipes for ensaymada are as varied as its bakers. Some ensaymadas have a bread-like structure, more hefty than airy. Other ensaymadas, especially the ones being sold commercially and heaving with a halo of cheese, are soft, airy and almost muffin- or cake-like in texture. And then there's the in-between, a compromise of the two styles. Although most would refer to theirs as an heirloom or old-fashioned recipe, the resulting bread would sometimes be similar to the modern, soft and airy kinds produced today but with a more stable structure.

Variations on the basic flavor include ube, dulce de leche, monggo, and ham mixed onto the filling or as topping. While a cheese-less ensaymada is a rarity these days, we can still find the butter-and-sugar versions in local panaderias. They retain the original topping except that butter has been replaced by margarine and the dough a generic bun--a cheaper, more accessible ensaymada for the masses.

But the crude ensaymada is not the subject of this list--we already know that we can get them at five bucks a pop at the local bakery.   The flavored ensaymada deserve another list altogether. We're looking for classic ensaymadas with a little something extra, done with more care and good enough to give as gifts. These are ensaymadas we'd make special trips for, as the best ones tend to be made by home bakers. Not surprisingly, most are made by Kapampangans, who are known for their rich and luxurious dishes. These are available in Metro Manila though I'm certain somewhere in Cebu or Davao a baker has his or her own mouth-watering ensaymada keeping our kababayans there deliriously happy.

So enjoy these top ten classic and special ensaymadas (listed in no particular order) with a cup of hot tsokolate eh. You may expand the list on the comments section, because one can never have too much ensaymada.


1. Café Mary Grace Classic Ensaymada (P52)

Carefully wrapped in wax paper with Mary Grace's elegant gold logo, this ensaymada has the most enticing aroma courtesy of the fine, almost powdery quezo de bola encrusting the top. When you bite into it, the sugar hidden underneath creates a crunch-y sound. Then as you chew, the butter melts along with the dough, which is light and airy. Although the familiar coil is absent and the interior just a couple of egg yolks short of being de rigueur yellow, Mary Grace has created an ensaymada that's focused on providing a soft, buttery experience than being rigidly authentic. You feel that she cares about her ensaymadas with the quality of the ingredients. To most of us mere mortals, that is heaven enough.

Where to buy: Most accessible of the lot, with various store locations and kiosks all over the metro.


2. The Peninsula Manila's Plain Ensaymada (P84.60)


Beneath a toupee of long, thin strands of cheddar cheese, the Pen's plain ensaymada is prominently coiled and golden brown. That brown-ness contributes to the flavor of this ensaymada. The base structure is more of a well-made soft bread, buttery but a little pale in color. The sweetness is just right, muted as it is by the denseness of the bread. The Pen's version is not overwhelmingly rich or moist so get this if you prefer your ensaymada as sturdy as a roll of bread. It would go well with a nice cup of good coffee.

Where to buy: At the Pen Boutique located at the basement of the Peninsula Manila, Makati Avenue, Makati City. Tel. No. 887-2888.

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  • Ete
    Sayang wala sa list ang Leandro's bakeshop napakasarap at murang mura 80 grams for 20.00 pesos lang ang ensaymada nila. Isama mo pa yung pandecoco na Buko ang palaman na parang Makapuno for 10.00 lang.located sila sa fairview sa May Marlboro st. Naku Para sakin wala nang mas sasarap pa sa mga tinapay nila.. Sana po mabisita nyo :)
    10 months ago     Reply  
  • Miro Trongcoso
    The best pa din hizon's ensaymada more than 60 years na sila at halos lahat na ata ng big names sa politics at media na try na nila tas hanggang ngayon buhay pa:)
    May masarap nga pero madaling pag sawaan, iba pa din yung sarap na binabalikan:)
    10 months ago     Reply  
  • jonmichryl
    Oh my ensaymada lovers, you have to try the one my mom bakes... Not because she is my mom but because it's really good! My friends who tried it said that it's better than Mary Grace's.
    9 months ago     Reply  
  • victorina
    hey gourmet ensaymada is amazing! may laban kay mary grace.
    Jun 18 2013 @ 03:40pm     Reply  
  • wenz
    masarap din ang ensaymda ng panaderia pantoja,rnmura pa.....sulit ka sa sarap....
    Sep 26 2011 @ 11:40am     Reply  
    maricel soy ana te acuerdas de mi ?? me gustaria ponerme en contacto contigo
    Sep 13 2011 @ 01:40am     Reply  
  • mot
    i would go for mary grace and hizon's anytime...both heavenly...
    Aug 26 2011 @ 02:07pm     Reply  
  • sarap kumain
    I have tasted cunanan's it is really good......
    Aug 02 2011 @ 06:10pm     Reply  
  • ailine
    Even the McCafe cheapest Ensaymada makes my meal very awesome. No doubt its delicious. its Worth buying. Try one. :)
    Jul 23 2011 @ 02:07pm     Reply  
  • mommy marie
    I've tried Pasteleria Mallorca's ensyamada and sarap talaga. It deserves the number 1 spot!
    May 02 2011 @ 06:23pm     Reply  
  • tiramisu
    Walang Aristocrat. This is insane.
    Mar 04 2011 @ 07:45am     Reply  
  • miles
    I have recently tried a surprisingly good medium sized ensaymada that has dulce de l*ch* inside and cream with butter (I think) on top with almond shrivels. Too bad the helper threw the box away before I could even jot down the contact number of the baker. Would anyone happen to know who made that yummy ensaymada? My cousin said he bought it at the Eastwood Mall where they had food stalls during the Christmas Season. I went there after Christmas and it was gone.
    Jan 05 2011 @ 07:58am     Reply  
  • pc
    yes the ensaymada at the diamond hotel kiosk beside national book store in rockwell melts in your mouth. about 170 i think.
    Dec 03 2010 @ 11:32pm     Reply  
  • lba8711
    I totally agree with you all, yung nagsulat nito, nagmamaganda! Dapat talaga ang title nito: Top Ten Most Expensive Ensaymadas in the Philippines that ordinary Filipinos cannot afford!!!rnrn
    Sep 26 2010 @ 04:35pm     Reply   Hide replies
    • Ramon1
      The top 10 Cheapest ensaymadas that ordinary Filipinos can afford are located in everyone's neighborhood bakeries -- they cost 5-6 pesos apiece. Their addresses and contact numbers are not necessary -- just take a few steps in any direction and you will find a bakery within 10 minutes. If you drive for 10 minutes, you will find the top 100 Cheapest ensaymadas that ordinary Filipinos can afford.
      4 months ago     Reply  
  • bea
    In fairness to Red Ribbon, their ensaymada is pretty good too.
    Sep 25 2010 @ 09:27pm     Reply  
  • mickey
    starbucks ensaymada and muhlach's eh ok na.. not that pricey..:)
    Sep 25 2010 @ 06:37pm     Reply  
  • ella armecin
    sori di pala abutin ng mos. ung mga pastries sa tendertrap!!!days lang pala ang expiration ng mga pastries nila. 1 day lang nila e display sa store nila un tapos pag di na benta,,rn pull-out na nila un sa ung iba ,pinamimigay na ng boss sa sa mga staff..
    Sep 13 2010 @ 03:57pm     Reply  
  • ella armecin
    proud ako kasi nag work na dati asawa ko sa tendertrap ensaymada sa greenhills...siguro 1 mo. or 2 mos b4 mag expired yung mga cake or ung ensaymada,, pinamimigay na ng boss nila un sa kanila... at inuuwi ng asawa ko sa bahay ,, grabe ang saya ko kasi ,, super sarap talaga !!!
    Sep 12 2010 @ 10:32pm     Reply  
  • Tiny Bubbles
    I like Mom's ensaymada. It's a must-have every time I go to Trinoma.
    Sep 12 2010 @ 03:54pm     Reply  
  • marina 10
    goldilucks ensaymada is fine for me.
    Aug 31 2010 @ 08:02pm     Reply  
  • marina 10
    Aug 31 2010 @ 07:56pm     Reply  
  • ashkael
    i guess nobody hear has heard of pan de americano in marikina..the best wheat ensaymada
    Aug 22 2010 @ 02:18pm     Reply  
  • ghiapot
    ang mhal nman ng mga enseymada n nlist d2 heheheh!
    Aug 20 2010 @ 01:20pm     Reply  
  • myla
    try Jade Vine's classic ensaymada.... yun lng, baka magbago pa ang top 10 list nyo.
    Aug 18 2010 @ 04:34pm     Reply  
  • kitty
    masarap din yung pantoja's affordable pa..
    Aug 17 2010 @ 10:39pm     Reply  
  • Shalum
    Yes! Manila Diamond's ensaymada!
    Aug 17 2010 @ 10:21pm     Reply  
  • datuputi
    metro manila lang kasi, try ensetmada in pavinos lucban, at 12 pesos may salted egg pa sa ibabaw, mura na masarap pa. also in pagsanjan laguna at ilaya bakery, masarap din, dami cheese, i tried it when i went there, masarap talaga, much more delicious than at manila pen.
    Aug 16 2010 @ 09:51pm     Reply  
  • chito
    masarap din sa diamond hotel ang ensymada :)) super!!
    Aug 16 2010 @ 05:46pm     Reply  
  • keni ku
    Although they have varying ensaimada recipes, Inocencia Hizon-Zamora [ Hizon's ], Salud Dayrit, Beatriz Rodriguez, Mark Medina, Maricel Cunanan, Addie Wijangco, and Pilar Reyes-Gonzalez [ Mallorca ] are all connected, even related. Call it the Kapampangan Ensaimada Conspiracy. :P
    Aug 16 2010 @ 03:25pm     Reply  
  • angie
    Must be Mom's (my favorite) is not on the list :(
    Aug 16 2010 @ 11:17am     Reply  
  • Clarice
    Manila Diamond's Ensaymada is really gooood!!!
    Aug 15 2010 @ 07:18pm     Reply  
  • Foodtripper
    Highly recom is Diamond Hotel's ensaymada in different variants. I especially love the the one with ube. Another must try is that of Tinapayan in Sampaloc.
    Aug 15 2010 @ 04:07pm     Reply  
  • simone leonardo
    Manila Diamond hotel's plain ensaymada tops my list . The one with ube is too sweet for my taste.
    Aug 13 2010 @ 10:24pm     Reply  
  • Ivan
    The Imang Salud Ensaimadas are usually boxed for gifts:

    The styro plates are for those who plan to eat them immediately
    Aug 13 2010 @ 02:06pm     Reply  
  • tere
    Mas masarap ba ito kaysa Mary Grace ensaymada? Meron din masarap dun sa San Pedro, Laguna. Ang name ng bakery ay Universal Bakery - masarap ang ensaymada dun at mura pa. Meron pang ham. Sarrrraaap! Mura pa.
    Aug 13 2010 @ 10:55am     Reply  
  • MP
    Diamond Hotel's ensaymada (not to mention their chocolate cake which is to-die-for) is well worth the trip. Heavenly. Seriously.

    Guys, before we make this a full-blown class war, please read jenny's intro before reacting about the choices she made. Afterall, we get what we pay for.. or who we vote for...
    Aug 10 2010 @ 07:46pm     Reply  
  • facundo
    dun sa guigunto bulakan meron sila samadang lalaki, un ang meron itlog na pula, samadang babae un ang walang itlog super sarap tunay na pinoy
    Aug 10 2010 @ 05:20pm     Reply  
  • marielle
    expensive doesnt necessarily mean it's the best... i've tried some one those included in the list, and they dont even hold a candle to the cheaper but better ones sold in the usual bakeries...
    Aug 10 2010 @ 02:57pm     Reply  
  • disappointed
    tsoko.nut's and shopwise's ensaymada are a must try
    Aug 10 2010 @ 04:52am     Reply  
  • jeff
    mulach ensaymada d best mura n msrp p. no b 2ng site n 2 malimali ung top 10 nila pki ayos nmn po...thnks
    Aug 09 2010 @ 10:32pm     Reply  
  • fiorella bamba
    wow ! ang sarap talaga ng mary grace --- so smooth, parang powder yung keso de bola... value for taste & money...
    Aug 09 2010 @ 07:58pm     Reply  
  • kkpurple
    asus! sa panaderia namin sampung piso lang ang isang ensaimada.mura na at masarap pa!
    Aug 09 2010 @ 12:32pm     Reply  
  • ron
    have you observed? 8 out of the 10 tops are made by kafangfangans!!!! ano sekreto nyo mga tinamaan kayo ng quezo de bola???
    Aug 06 2010 @ 12:40pm     Reply  
  • christinini
    agree ako jan sobrang mahal ng ensaymada...di pangmasa at saka bakit nga ala yung muhlach's masarap kaya yun...
    Aug 06 2010 @ 01:01am     Reply  
  • Ltan
    exactly.. these are really expensive for ensymada. i guess most would agree that (most of it) they have the same taste (in a way). wala sa price yun.. mahal nga eh kung hindi naman type ng tao. useless. nadadala lang ang mga tao because of the price.
    Aug 05 2010 @ 02:12pm     Reply   Hide replies
    • Singkit
      I disagree. Hindi pare-pareho ang lasa ng lahat ng ensaymada. Kaya nga mas pinipili nating bumili ng specific na klase/brand na swak sa panlasa natin diba? Ang tanong, may natikman ka na ba sa mga nakalista dito?
      9 months ago     Reply  
  • fel
    o'nga bakit wala nga ang Muhlach's Ube enseymada. m'sarap yon...
    Aug 05 2010 @ 02:46am     Reply  
  • Jersey
    @Tita Aida - meron silang kiosk sa Powerplant Mall. :)
    Aug 04 2010 @ 01:51am     Reply  
  • dale
    alright there goes ur mahal na ensaymada.

    but frankly, ill go for shopwise/rustans fresh ensaymada all the time. soft and cheesy, and its only 53php for 6pcs.

    panis tong mga golden ensaymadas na to
    Aug 03 2010 @ 04:42am     Reply  
  • summer girl
    i feel like spot's top 10 lists aren't that reliable, because they will never be able to try every choice there is for a certain category - which in turn are ones "commenters" know of. so for me, it's merely a list of 10,but not really a TOP 10. kaya hindi ko na kina-career haha :D
    Aug 02 2010 @ 06:24pm     Reply  
  • thoughts
    rustan's ensaymada is also great....creamy and cheesy top.....and its not in any way expensive even if its from rusdtan' can get a box of 6 ensaymada's for less than PhP about value for money
    Aug 02 2010 @ 12:18pm     Reply  
  • thoughts
    rustan's ensaymada is also good....a very good take home ensaymada....creamy and cheesy....
    Aug 02 2010 @ 10:38am     Reply  
  • denz
    Diamond Hotel's is the best..must try,esp the ube version
    Aug 02 2010 @ 10:16am     Reply  
  • Marj
    Diamond Hotel is kinda out of the way. However, I see a lot of people who liked its ensaymada. Do you go there just to eat snack?
    Aug 02 2010 @ 09:42am     Reply  
  • K
    diamond hotel's ensaymada is the best! so yummy. its big pa so pwede sharing. =)
    Aug 02 2010 @ 08:02am     Reply  
  • Tita Aida
    With all the comments, I am tempted to try the Diamond Hotel Ensaymada now. Do I have to go all the way to Diamond Hotel to try it? It's OK. The view from the top overlooking Roxas Boulevard is awesome!
    Aug 01 2010 @ 10:33am     Reply  
  • katherine bernal
    i used to like the muhlach ensaymada, pero lately parang dry na ito and hindi moist sa loob. ensaymada price should be not too expensive though.
    yong bibingka stand sa loob ng SM masarap rin as an alternative to ensaymada, it is only 20 pesos each with sugar and optional margarine on top.
    Aug 01 2010 @ 08:47am     Reply  
  • champagne11
    for me, masarap yung mga home-made ensaymadas sa malolos bulacan.. mura pa sila.. pero i think i'll try cunanan's.. looks yummy ;)
    Aug 01 2010 @ 03:12am     Reply  
  • My Sharona
    I love how Top 10 lists on Spot always turn into class wars! It's always the jologs saying "How dare you rich people pay that much to eat such yummy things that we can't!" vs. the burgis saying "Kung cannot afford kayo, di huwag!" Hahahahaha Aylavet.
    Aug 01 2010 @ 01:21am     Reply  
  • Thelma
    Cunanan is the best! It should be No.1!
    Aug 01 2010 @ 12:16am     Reply  
  • Bonobo
    Aside from bragging rights, exactly what kind of satisfaction do patrons of these over priced ensaymadas get?

    Maybe in the future can write about the Top 10 Best Tuyo in Metro Manila.
    Jul 31 2010 @ 10:04pm     Reply  
  • navi
    here in the philippines, cost has been synonymous with quality, though it's not always the case...

    i believe that there are cheaper ensaymada's out there that taste as good or even better than what's on the list.
    Jul 31 2010 @ 09:46pm     Reply  
  • jta
    i think what she meant was "quality wise".=)
    Jul 31 2010 @ 09:11pm     Reply  
  • Pinoyrocks
    At bakit naman stooping low ang pagtikim sa Fortune's?
    Jul 31 2010 @ 01:33pm     Reply  
  • konyo
    Don't be mad if you can't afford it. Obviously these places are still in business because some people actually buy!
    Jul 31 2010 @ 03:01am     Reply  
  • kurips
    ang mamahal naman! meron bang pang-masang ensaymada?
    Jul 31 2010 @ 03:00am     Reply  
  • Liliann
    Fortune's ensaymada from Mercury Drug--you've got to be joking. It tastes cheap and low quality. Why would Miss Jenny Orillos, who won the Doreen Fernandez food writing award, stoop that low for a 10 best list?
    Jul 30 2010 @ 09:04pm     Reply  
  • shahanye
    how about ensaymada at diamond hotel?dat tastes so yummy
    Jul 30 2010 @ 08:24pm     Reply  
  • Janice
    If you don't want to spend money to taste any of these ensaymadas, then you can't whine about them. This list isn't for tawid-gutom ensaymada, after all. As the writer stated: "But the crude ensaymada is not the subject of this list--we already know that we can get them at five bucks a pop at the local bakery." Think about it this way: We can all eat kanto fried chicken but if we choose, we go for Chickenjoy or KFC. Why can't we just buy chicken and fry it ourselves? Thus, we can all eat cheap ensaymada, but if somebody lets us taste these pricier ones, then why not? Don't get violent or crude, now.
    Jul 30 2010 @ 07:23pm     Reply  
  • chupapi
    Diamond Hotel's ensaymada is the best
    Jul 30 2010 @ 05:16pm     Reply  
  • dada
    sus fortune's ensaymada panalong panalo na... 26 lang isa. meron sa mercury oh dun sa fortune bakeshop mismo
    Jul 30 2010 @ 02:58pm     Reply  
  • Maya
    sana may option to read articles in one page lang
    Jul 30 2010 @ 08:37am     Reply  
  • u8mypinkcookies
    @xtin: oh yah, that ensaymada sold in Rustan's is yummy also! buttery and cheesy.. 6 pcs. for around P60 ain't bad! :)

    As for Mary Grace, I prefer their cheese rolls.
    Jul 30 2010 @ 08:32am     Reply  
  • u8mypinkcookies
    I like Muhlach's ensaymada too. Also the one from Starbucks and Fortune Bakeshop (esp. the ube or mongo filled ensaymada).
    Jul 30 2010 @ 08:29am     Reply  
  • madaboutfood
    i've just had a warm ensaymada from cafe mary grace for breakfast today when i stumbled upon this list. it's certainly one of the best. i've only tried 4 out of 10 ensaymadas from this list, and they are: mary grace's, hizon's, cunanan's and addie's. i also like manila diamond hotel's, must be mom's, and tsoko.nut batirol's ensaymadas. :)
    Jul 30 2010 @ 07:49am     Reply  
  • annery10
    i agree with jersey, wala sa list yung ensaymada ng diamond hotel. i used to buy that when i was still working in malate, the best!
    Jul 30 2010 @ 12:16am     Reply  
  • xtin
    I like Rustan's ensaymada, box of 6, around P60
    Jul 29 2010 @ 11:45pm     Reply  
  • Henry
    Mulach's is the best ensaymada!!
    Jul 29 2010 @ 10:53pm     Reply  
  • carlos celdran
    NO Manila Diamond Ensaymada? Wha? That is in my opinion by far the best ensaymada in Manila.

    Full stop.
    Jul 29 2010 @ 09:29pm     Reply  
  • angie
    where's Diamond Hotel ensaymada? its heavenly
    Jul 29 2010 @ 09:01pm     Reply  
  • jeje-not!
    Is this list called the 10 Cheapest Ensaymada in Town? I don't teenkso!
    Jul 29 2010 @ 07:43pm     Reply  
  • Pinoyrocks
    How about the Fortune's Ensaymada sa Mercury Drug. OK na yun at mura pa!
    Jul 29 2010 @ 06:40pm     Reply  
  • happi yogini
    Haaaaaaay naku, you should try Tsokonut Ensaymada paired with tsokolate-ah! Talbog silang lahat!
    Jul 29 2010 @ 06:28pm     Reply  
  • kev
    have you tried the ube ensaymada or praline ensaymada ng cakes and bakes? masarap and mura pa!!!
    Jul 29 2010 @ 06:21pm     Reply  
  • eli
    i have to agree. sobrang mahal ng mga ensaymada na ito. are they really good, or nagkataon na 'high end' kaya masarap?
    Jul 29 2010 @ 06:20pm     Reply  
  • julia_25
    you guys should try that of amici's. the original branch i think is in don bosco makati. they used to have the big ones at 85 per. alas they don't have it anymore at the megamall branch, just the small ones at around 200 per box of six i think. but they are so, so heavenly.
    Jul 29 2010 @ 03:37pm     Reply  
  • Jimmy
    Cunanan ensaymada is the best I swear!!! you gotta try it!!! try it try it!
    Jul 29 2010 @ 03:15pm     Reply  
  • Jersey
    agree! kiosk ng diamond hotel in rockwell serves the best ensaymada kaso medyo pricey eh, P120 sya.
    Jul 29 2010 @ 03:08pm     Reply  
  • Jay Lozada
    Tender Trap's ensaymada is also good. Makikita mo pa doon si Direk Danny Zialcita pagala-gala.

    Diamond Hotel's ensaymada @ Rockwell is yummy too~
    Jul 29 2010 @ 02:56pm     Reply  
  • jerome
    Tender Trap, gawa ng anak ni Danny Zialcita, sa Lee Street near wackwack.
    Jul 29 2010 @ 02:54pm     Reply  
  • Jordan
    kaya nga Top 10 Best ang tawag sa listahan...
    Jul 29 2010 @ 02:52pm     Reply  
  • Haha
    Hindi mo naman kailangang gumastos ng P200 para lang makatikim ng masarap na ensaymada. Sarap na sarap na ako sa Muhlach's Ensaymada. Katakam-takam at mura. Kahit nga yung sa Goldilocks lang sakto na. I-pares mo lang sa isang bote ng Coke, solve na ang merienda.
    Jul 29 2010 @ 02:41pm     Reply  
  • Alma Alvarez
    though not technically named ensaimada, the parmesan rolls of blue bacon and green eggs in lantana street, cubao is also superb and deserves to be in this list!
    Jul 29 2010 @ 02:36pm     Reply  
  • vjd
    walang ensaymada from starbucks? i like theirs specially pag-winarm.
    Jul 29 2010 @ 02:32pm     Reply  
  • princess
    korek @ Pam, I like Mulach's too. Mura pa.
    Jul 29 2010 @ 02:30pm     Reply  
  • cherry blossom
    how about manila diamond ensaymada?
    Jul 29 2010 @ 02:16pm     Reply  
  • thomasmmm
    missing also: ensaymada from Sylvia's Kitchen (Cancio Building, Pasong Tamo). I would like a dozen Cunanan ensaymada at my last meal.
    Jul 29 2010 @ 02:15pm     Reply  
  • lila
    makes me want to eat ensaymada. ^^

    "The combination of salted duck's egg and cheese were introduced later on in the ensaymadas of Malolos and Barasoain, Bulacan."

    barasoain is located in malolos, actually. ^^
    Jul 29 2010 @ 01:47pm     Reply  
  • Peeping Tomas
    ...dapat ang title ng article..most expensive ensymada in the metro or ensymadas made of gold.

    ..mahal pa sa big mac meal!!!!
    Jul 29 2010 @ 01:41pm     Reply  
  • bulag
    I love ensaymada but this is crazy
    Jul 29 2010 @ 12:47pm     Reply  
  • Pam
    Bakit wala ang Muhlach's? That one is definitely better.
    Jul 29 2010 @ 12:38pm     Reply  
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