Ever since the upside down bakery caught my eye, I have been bugging my mom that she brings me there. But I think I need to work on my charms. Thankfully, N was open to the idea of visiting the place with me. So off we go to the upside down bakery, or popularly known as Pan de Amerikana
It was a hot day when we visited Pan de Amerikana. And the place being an open space wasn’t something that we were looking for that time. Such made us order Halo-Halo (PHP50) with the hopes of helping us cool down.
We had fun taking pictures of the place as it is such a pretty place. They even have a minibridge as a pathway to the dining area. Soon, our orders were served.
Well, I actually forgot to take a photo of the Halo-Halo and I didn’t really mind as it was practically a bowl of ice. There were not much toppings. I didn’t get to taste any langka, saba or leche flan. I was hoping that there would be an ube ice cream but there was none. :(
We just took more photos of the adorable place and I even had my photo taken with the upside down dining set. Cue: Hihihi.
I bought some wheat pandesal at PHP6 each and one pandesal would be enough to fill the tummy! I even enjoyed it without spread. I guess it’s best to stick to their specialty when you visit.
Pan de Amerikana is located at 118 Katipunan Avenue, White Plains, Quezon City.