Balolong Hot Crunchy Pandesal #FilipinoBread #Bread #Food #FlavoredPandesal


Ride a motorcycle with my partner and see this long queue of people, I ask my partner to stop and see what's going on.

Here comes a franchised branch Balolong Hot Pandesal  in Davao City, which is originally from Cagayan de Oro City.


Skyline, Catalunan Grande

So far, we have two franchise branches in Davao City owned by a different owner, one is at Catalunan and the other one is located at HB1 bldg. Angliongto Road (former Mamay Road) Lanang and outside Davao City which is located in Panabo.


Angliongto Road formerly Mamay Road

I got curious, so I went immediately and bought some hot pandesal. As compared with other pandesal, this Balolong Pandesal has a unique taste because it is flavored and it is less sweeter. It only cost PHp2.00.

Choose between Original Crunchy,  Special Garlic and the NEW FLAVORED BUTTER Balolong Pandesal a certified Non-Pork Establishment.

GARLIC FLAVOR


NEW FLAVOR!!!! BUTTER PANDESAL

Which I like the best?  They all said that the ORIGINAL one tasted better even though they were all the same thing except for the crunchiness and flavor. But for me, so far I've tasted all, and I like the GARLIC FLAVOR!

If you love a less sweeter and traditionally natural made pandesal, visit Balolong Hot Pandesal now!

If you like to FRANCHISE Balolong Hot Pandesal visit this PAGE
~BALOLONG HOT PANDESAL FRANCHISING  or call 09094676172/09068623338






  

16 comments:

  1. First time to know this pan de sal - Balonglong but I think, this is great! I tasted crunchy pan de sal with malunggay and it tasted great too! I loved to eat pan de sal with cheddar cheese only. Maybe someday, they'll spread their branches here in Luzon.

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  2. Oh, there is a branch near our place and I am currently hungry. I will go out and buy. We were able to taste one and we liked it but we forgot to really buy a bunch whenever we are hungry. -katrina centeno

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  3. I think I would love this one. Garlic on bread really gives it a great taste.

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  4. It would be nice to taste these and it's great that they have a two other flavors to choose from. I'm sure the original will always be the best. This is perfect with a hot beverage like coffee or tea!

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  5. Oh wow, that's new! We don't have this pa ata in Manila? But I love my bread crunchy!

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  6. It's good that local brands and businesses thrive as they branch outside of its home court. I hope this spreads in other cities throughout the country as well. -Claire Algarme

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  7. As Filipinos, we all have our standards of what good hot pandesal tastes like. I like them not too big, still toasty warm, crunchy on the outside and soft inside.

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  8. I can't exactly see what it is as it's too close up! Share a further view if you can... It definitely looks like Malay roti prata!

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  9. I'm always a fan of garlic bread. Good to know about this dish!

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  10. These look delicious. I would probably prefer the garlic flavor too!

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  11. such timing reading this blog early in the morning. now i kinda want to have a taste of these. i wish there was one near our place.. those photos made me crave for these!

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  12. interesting. I had no idea there was such a thing as flavored pandesal, since we all put spreads in them anyway! i'd love to try the garlic though

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  13. This is just a great and wonderful food to satisfy the belly when it cries for food. It would be great to taste this food. Thanks for sharing, kindly also visit http://www.sabtrends.com

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  14. Everything freshly baked is nice.. I like the aroma of freshly baked pastry!

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  15. Nice flavors seem to be! Garlic bread I can eat anytime of the day.

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  16. Whoah, I love garlic bread. Does this garlic pandesal taste like that? Because Php2 would be a cheap price.

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