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Singapore’s Breadtalk, Queen Mango now open at SM City Marilao


MARILAO, Bulacan — Singapore’s home-grown bread hub recently opened its doors for the first time in the province of Bulacan here SM City of the said town.

BreadTalk is a bread shopping haven where each product satisfies your cravings. Emphasizing its boutique bakery concept, the store features a spacious interior with contemporary décor and an open kitchen theatre to excite customers with a refreshing bakery experience.

Pastry and bread lovers will surely love their treats as BreadTalk boasts of its freshly baked bread straight from the oven. Some of their must tries are Flosss bun, Earthquake Cheese, Mr. Beans, Crouching Tiger, and Hidden Bacon. Apart from delectable breads, BreadTalk also serves artisanal pastries and cakes.

BreadTalk has been recognized as Singapore’s Most Promising Brand, Most Popular Brand and Most Distinctive Brand. In fact, the brand has taken its success around the world, now has nearly 400 stores in Singapore, China (Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Chengdu, and Chongqing), Indonesia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Hong Kong, India, Thailand, South Korea, Vietnam, and the Philippines.

For your sweet endings, don’t forget to try the newly opened Queen Mango. The store’s signature Mango Graham that features their own mango soft-serve, topped with a thick layer of crushed graham and zesty mango chunks, as well as syrup, is a must try sweet treat for 2019. Aside from the Mango Graham, Queen Mango’s sundaes and floats are also delectable and delicious. Be sure to drop by their pop-up kiosk early as lines can be pretty long.

Check out these new food hubs conveniently located at the ground floor of SM City Marilao. (RONDA Balita Online News)

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ROSETH Eleogo Reyes or RR Eleogo is one of the owners of RONDA Balita. A single mother from Bulakan, Bulacan, and formerly an account officer and columnist of NewsCore, a local newspaper in Bulacan. She also worked in quality control department of Mighty Corporation. A part-time advertising representative of Remate, a national newspaper. She served as Director of Philippine Science Journalists Association Inc. Bulacan Chapter and member of National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP)- Bulacan Chapter. She won recently as Board of Directors of Bulacan Press Club.


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