The Breadery is located in the ground floor of Emerald Mansion on Emerald Ave., across the small park with a CBTL. I first found out about them during the Best Food Forward bazaar in Rockwell last October. I was manning the Indulgence by Irene booth and tried out their bread while on a break.
A couple of weeks ago I finally got to visit their new store a few minutes away from our place. It was a weekday afternoon so I was glad Irene dropped me off so I did not have to deal with parking.
Once you enter the Breadery, you’ll notice all their freshly baked breads laid out on a large wooden table. Each one is labeled properly and the staff is very knowledgeable in explaining what each one is.
The best thing about the breads is that they provide bite sized samples of each one on display. You can actually try a piece of each and every bread and pastry they have.
All the bread is baked on the premises so you get the tempting aroma when a batch comes out of the oven. One thing that differentiates breads at the Breadery is their use of live yeast which has lots of health benefits but harder to make hence the higher costs.
My top picks at the Breadery are the Canele (P75), Earl Grey Bread (P120), Blue Mountain Coffee Chocolate (P160) and BC Cranberry. The canele is a little French pastry with a soft custard like center and a caramelized crust.
They also have a coffee bar on the premises using beans from a roaster in Seattle.
Their specialty is their cold brew coffee, you can have it will milk or just straight out of the cute little bottle.
The Breadery is also a great place to have a light lunch or an afternoon snack. They have a sandwich and coffee/drink combo for only P220, P180 sans the drink.
Prices at the Breadery are on the high side but the bread is delicious and made from carefully selected quality ingredients.
The Breadery PhilippinesG/F Emerald Mansion, Emerald Ave.
Ortigas Center, Pasig
Contact No.: (632) 656-7768
Other Branches: UP Town Center