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Philippine Bread House

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PRICE RANGE
$30
CUISINES
Filipino, Asian
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Menu

PASTRY​
$1.65
Ensaymada Regular
Philippine brioche w/ a delicate balance of real cheese, butter & sugar
$1.65
Taisan Mini
A Philippine version of the American pound cake
$1.40
Mamon
Sponge cake
$1.65
Cheese Roll
Creme cheese filled roll
$10.50
Brazo de Mercedes
Sweetened cooked egg yolk rolled into meringue
BREAD​
$1.00
Pan de Sal
Authentic back home style bread rolls (8pcs)
$1.65
Monay
$1.40
Pan de Lemon
$1.65
Mongo Bread
A loaf of sweetened black bean bread
$10.50
Ube Bread
A loaf of purple yam bread
$10.50
Pan de Coco
Shredded coconut rolls
CAKES​
$27.75
Ube Cake
Purple yam cake, made w/ shredded coconut filling
$27.75
Pandan Cake
A cake green in color w/ a distinctive appetizing aroma
$24.00
Black Forest
German inspired chocolate cake
$24.00
Chocolate Cake
$27.50
Mango Cream Cake
$30.80
Chocolate Truffles
The most chocolate of all chocolate cake
NATIVE DELICACIES​
$4.00
Bibingka Cassava (small)
A cassava cake baked into delicate square
$4.00
Bibingka Malagkit (small)
Baked sweet rice cake
$2.50
Espasol
A cylindical dessert made w/ toasted flour coconut strips & condensed milk
$3.95
Ube Halaya
A purple yam jam
$2.75
Puto
Steam rice cake
$3.30
Kunchita
$0.65
Polvoron
Powder candy
$170.00
Lechon
Roast suckling pig
$85.00
Glazed Ham
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Reviewed November 9, 2017 via mobile

Always visit for the bread and pastry, but was disappointed by lukewarm coffee and food offerings. Their steam tables don’t seem to keep the food hot, and I was praying my lukewarm coffee at lunch was from the morning, not overnight. I’ll keep buying bakery...More

Date of visit: October 2017
Thank Mike M
Reviewed September 22, 2017

They are a little pricey however it is worth it, They stay crowded no matter when I go there it is always crowded, It is worth the wait.

Date of visit: March 2017
Thank odres
Reviewed December 29, 2016 via mobile

This is where to get the to-die-for Filipino version of dinner roll called pandesal...but traditionally served during breakfast and snack time. They make them fresh and sometimes you can buy them very hot. Ube (purple yam) Roll is soft and tasty. Ensaymada bread (cheese and...More

Date of visit: December 2016
Thank MeadowsValleyForge
Reviewed August 22, 2016 via mobile

My family moved to Philly and every chance we have to travel to Jersey City to buy Hot Pan De Sal. We also buy liver spread from a Filipino grocer and have a Filipino picnic in the car.

Date of visit: August 2016
Thank Armin F
Reviewed July 26, 2016

Pandesal was very good and warm, but $2.50 for a sack of 10 isn't exactly a bargain. Nor is buko pie at $11, ok in taste but nothing special and overpriced. Took them 15 minutes to make a cup of halo halo, which was VERY...More

Date of visit: July 2016
Thank TheAsianTraveler
Reviewed July 19, 2016 via mobile

My wife and I visited this place. We were looking for some authentic tasting Filipino style baked goods and we found it here. I would say the pandesal was the best I tasted that you can buy locally. I was really impressed. They have a...More

Date of visit: June 2016
Thank BGonzalez1973
Reviewed May 7, 2016

Definitely a nice bakery connected to a restaurant where you can pick your food cafeteria style from a selection of hot plates. The fresh Pan de Sal rolls are in bags of 10 for a quarter each, which is a huge bargain, and they're hot...More

Date of visit: May 2016
Thank Mike M
Reviewed February 23, 2016

Visiting from the Midwest where we don't get to eat at a Filipino restaurant too often, we were eager to try this place. I would not say that we were disappointed but neither were we impressed. The meats seemed like they'd been around for a...More

Date of visit: February 2016
Thank Domrcpl
Reviewed December 4, 2013

Philippine Bread House is known in the Filipino community in the area. It sits along Newark Ave north east of the Jersey City court house. The parking lot is small (about 15 cars) and it is very difficult to get out from as the spaces...More

Date of visit: December 2013
Thank blueskkyflakes
Reviewed October 22, 2012

I tried the chicken empanada and we had a very nasty experience. I ordered it to go and didn't eat it til we came home .The chicken filling in the empanada was bad. The meat was spoiled. I couldn't return it or call them right...More

Date of visit: October 2012
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