The Lost Bread expands to second branch

Their milkshakes expanded, too!

The Lost Bread

 

(SPOT.ph) By now you've probably fallen in line at and in love with The Lost Bread, one of the most popular stalls in Maginhawa's StrEAT Food Park. The tiny enterprise vends big ideas in the form of french toast, milkshakes, and soft-serve ice cream. The lines became so long and the ideas so big that The Lost Bread had no choice but to expand to a second location, a few paces away.

 

The Lost Bread HQ on 80 Maginhawa Sreet (StrEAT is on 91 Maginhawa) features a sit-down setting and a wider menu. According to co-owner Patty Marabut, it's their "transition from just milkshakes to milkshakes, french toast specialty dishes, food, and coffee." The old location has been rechristened "The Lost Bread Milkshake Bar."

 

HQ is an entirely novel adventure—one you take when you've graduated from the Doughfee and Nut Interested and looking for something bigger. The milkshake menu is new and the prices are expectedly different. 

 

The Carousel, for example, is an upgrade of the original Carnival. It's a wild pile-up of strawberries, Choc-Nut, white chocolate ganache, sprinkles, marshmallow pop, strawberry wafers, iced gems, and peppermint cotton candy. 

 

Also on the menu are cool french toast items, like Caramelized Spam (P180), Grilled Cheese (P170), and S'mores (P180); Blue Vanilla Soft-serve with gummi bears (P90), chocolate granola (P85), and strawberry fruit cereals (P85); and craft sodas. They also have mouthwatering breakfast fare.

 

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Photos from The Lost Bread's official Facebook page

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