Multitasking to the nth level must be something most people learned in college. You think, talk, text, type, send emails, proofread presentations, and more all at the same time. YEAH! Today has been pretty much like it. Jumping from one meeting to another, I realized that I was meeting clients with such an unglamorous hairstyle, an extra messy bun that looked like a porcupine! Thankfully, lunch was not as crazy (though the topics were a bit… frightening). No connection, I know. :D
Hello again, The Bread Bag Pandesal Bar! I miss you. *blush*
Since I am not fond of repeating what I have tried twice (unless I super duper love it), I decided to go for The Bread Bag’s bestseller Adobo Flakes (PHP122). I also saw that they serve house iced tea (PHP55) so I gave it a try as well.
Service was fast as there were only two tables occupied when we arrived. Mine was served last though.
Each sandwich comes with camote chips which was delightful. We had a hard time eating our sandwiches though as the bread was HUGE. Every time we cut it to smaller pieces, we create…mess. Soon, some of us decided to remove the top bread and just scoop the filling and place it on top of small cuts of bread.
My adobo flakes sandwich was enjoyable to eat as I love munching on crunchy food. The soft texture of the kesong puti, the salty yet semi-sweet adobo sauce, and the crunchy flakes made this sandwich one fine lunch. No wonder its one of their bestsellers!
I’d definitely go back for their other sandwiches!!! And perhaps I’ll give their desserts a try. :)
P.S. Don't forget to drop by Yummy Eats!!! May 26, Saturday, 10 AM to 9PM! Yummy food awaits!!!
The Bread Bag is located at Ortigas Home Depot Unit 20A-21A Julia Vargas Ave. cor. Meralco Ave. Ortigas Center, Pasig City.