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TatyStar Bakery - Toasted Siopao

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Location: Anonas Extension cor. Madasalin St., Diliman, Quezon City, Diliman, 1101
Payment Method:
Cash
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There best-selling product is toasted siopao. They also sell other types of bread like cinnamon roll, spanish bread, and ensaymada
Open on Holidays
Self-Service
Take-out
  First to Review: Angel Blair
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A Great Snack
Smile 2013-11-30
SHOP: A small bakeshop located in Anonas extension that is popular with their toasted siopao and other breads.

PRODUCT: Toasted Siopao

PRICE: Approximately 10 pesos each.

EXPERIENCE: I have tried toasted siopao before because my dad used to bring home these breads whenever he goes to Bicol for a vacation.

TatyStar Bakery's version was good too. The bread may not be soft like how siopao are but the filling was delicious especially if it is still hot.

Recommended Dish(es):
Toasted Siopao,Spanish Bread

Date of Visit:
2013-08-07

Spending:
Approximately
Php20(Other)

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A Better Alternative
Smile 2013-10-01
TatyStar Bakery's Toasted Siopao is a great alternative for people who are craving pandesal in the evening. I mean there are still bakeries open at night time that might sell pandesal but I could say that this is better because it has yummy filling inside.

   Toasted Siopao

It may not be as soft as pandesal (since the bread is toasted) but the taste and the size are almost similar. I love toasted siopao because it's flavorful and the filling is enough.

Recommended Dish(es):
Toasted Siopao,Spanish Bread,Cinnamon Roll,Pan de Coco

Date of Visit:
2013-08-07

Spending:
Approximately
Php50(Other)

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Delicious Pan de Coco
Smile 2012-12-10
I asked my parents to drop by TatyStar Bakery because I craved for Toasted Siopao and Spanish Bread for our merienda.

When I got there, I was pleased that there wasn't any long line. I immediately ordered 10 pieces of toasted siopao. I was a little dismayed to see that Spanish bread was unavailable therefore I resorted with what was available...Pan de Coco.

   Pan de Coco

When I got back from the van, I was super hungry and took one Pan de Coco. It was delicious. The outer part of the bread has a sweetish glazed and the coconut filling was good. I love it. I love TatyStar Bakery because almost all the baked goodies tasted good. smile

Recommended Dish(es):
Toasted Siopao,Spanish Bread,Pan de Coco

Date of Visit:
2012-12-08

Spending:
Approximately
Php50(Other)

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Mr. Cinnamon
Smile 2012-11-11
Besides toasted siopao, TatyStar Bakery also sells bread like Spanish Bread and Cinnamon. I tried their Spanish bread already and I liked it because the bread was soft and it was full of filling. I am not a big fan of cinnamon but when I tasted this one, it was good.

 Cinnamon Bread

The bread was also soft and it was sweet. I was surprised to liked it. Another plus is that it was freshly made. smile

Recommended Dish(es):
Toasted Siopao,Spanish Bread,Cinnamon

Date of Visit:
2012-10-17

Spending:
Approximately
Php20(Other)

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From Start to the End
Smile 2012-09-26
This the new craving in town because every time I go here, the place is always packed with customers even if the bake shop is really hot.

   Toasted Siopao

TatyStar's Toasted Siopao is the best-selling product. One piece costs less than ten bucks but it's full of filling from the moment you bite it until you finish it.

   Spanish Bread

Apart from that, they also have great tasting breads like Spanish Bread. It may cost a little more compared to other local bake shops but the buttery filling inside is a lot. You don't need to reach the middle to enjoy it.

Both products are best eaten upon purchase to fully appreciate the taste and flavor.

Recommended Dish(es):
Toasted Siopao,Spanish Bread

Date of Visit:
2012-09-24

Spending:
Approximately
Php20(Breakfast)

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Toasted Siopao
Smile 2012-09-14

 TatyStar Bakery

My friend told me that there is a new bake shop near her village that is always packed with so many customers. She also said that they sell steamed and toasted siopao which was not that very common in their community.

If I could remember it right, whenever my parents would go home to their province in Bicol, they would bring home those cute little toasted siopao. I just did not know if they are the same with the one my friend was telling about.

 The Bakers

On my way home, I passed by TatyStar Bakery. There was not any customer that time so I decided to buy even just one of their Toasted Siopao just to experience it.

A piece cost 8 pesos only and the size is similar to a pandesal. Aside from that, they also sell a variety of bread like ensaymada and Spanish bread. I wanted to buy the last piece of Spanish bread but the lady told me that it has been lying there for quite some time now so it may not be as fresh.
I appreciated her gesture because it only means that this place is not just after sales but customer's satisfaction. smile

   Toasted Siopao

When I finally tasted their toasted siopao, it was good especially it was freshly made. The filling was intact and it also has hard-boiled egg in it. It didn't taste the usual Asado siopao that is a little sweetish but it was fine.

Their toasted siopao is a perfect "pasalubong" and perfect "baon". Best eaten while it's hot. tongue

Date of Visit:
2012-09-12

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