Mr. Park’s Bread and Cake

Yesterday, my mom and I headed out to run some bank errands. When we passed Molito (Alabang) I noticed Mr. Park’s Bread and Cafe and remembered a Facebook friend raving about their bread. I made pa-rinig to my mom and said “Ano kaya meron sa Mr. Parks na yun”, trying to send a message that we check the place out. At first she didn’t seem to notice, haha! But on the way back home I was surprised that my mom took a turn and headed to Molito.. turns out she did want to check out Mr. Parks Bread and Cake!My mom and brothers bake, and I like to eat bread! (I’d love to learn but I don’t have my own oven) So we were curious about what Mr. Parks had to offer.

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Mr. Parks has been around since 2013, but this branch opened in May of this year.

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Drinks menu

The staff welcomed us with a friendly (and loud) greeting and I immediately noticed how cozy and spacious the place was. We would’ve sat down and ordered some coffee but we had to head home right away. Sayang, I heard that they do Latte Art here! Instead, we checked out their bread and cakes and tried to figure out what to purchase.

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I immediately asked one of the staff what their best-seller was, she said the Mammoth was a customer favorite.

Mammoth - With strawberry jam, red bean, green bean & butter ceam filling, topped with peanut butter powder
Mammoth – With strawberry jam, red bean, green bean & butter ceam filling, topped with peanut butter powder

At first you might think that it doesn’t look as fancy as their other bread and cakes, but it does really taste good. In fact, I’m eating it right now as I’m blogging. Haha.

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Do you see those Heart Egg Toasts? They’re one of our favorite purchases. It’s perfect for breakfast and it tastes really good. It’s a sandwich with ham, cheese and mayo (I think?) and smack dab in the middle you have a sunny side up egg. Why Heart Egg Toast? Because the hole where they put the egg is in the shape of a heart! Really good I tells ya!

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If you’re not sure what to get, they have this tasting section where you can try out most of their bread and pastries.

Here below is their cake display. Look at all those cakes! The staff told me the small ones on top are about P500 plus while the big ones below are at P800. They’re made of white chiffon, I can only imagine how fluffy they must be. I’ll perhaps try them out on a special occasion.

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Adorable shih tzu cake!
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Looks it’s Garfield! Too bad the Doraemon cake was already purchased.
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Cake slices.

After picking up a few more goods like their red bean bun (not sure what it’s called) and the Sweet Long, we paid and headed home. Most of their bread are just below P100 and there’s so much to try but we only picked a few. As mentioned above, we really enjoyed the Mammoth and Heart Egg Toast – the rest? Not so much. I just read on a couple of blogs that their cream puffs are amazingly good, so I’ll most likely try them out soon.

Have you tried Mr. Park’s Bread and Cake? What’s your favorite treat from their selection? Let me know in the comments below!signature

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29 Comments

    1. Cheryl, I can’t seem to find a list of their current branches, most are outdated. Based on their FB page the only branch they have in Quezon City is in SM Sta. Mesa:

      SM Sta. Mesa:
      Basement fl., near Hypermarket, Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard cor. Araneta Ave., Brgy. Dona Imelda, Quezon City

    1. I tried to google their branches, here’s what I’ve found so far:

      (Main Branch) PARANAQUE:
      200 Aguirre Ave., BF Homes, Paranaque City

      MAKATI:
      #37 Polaris St., Bel-Air, Makati

      PAMPANGA:
      Unit 1, C&C Plaza Bldg., Friendship Hi-way cor. Volga st., Anunas, Angeles City, Pampanga

      ORTIGAS:
      Ground fl., Eton Emerald ave., cor. Garnet st., Brgy. San Antonio, Pasig City

      SM Sta. Mesa:
      Basement fl., near Hypermarket, Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard cor. Araneta Ave., Brgy. Dona Imelda, Quezon City

      ALABANG
      Molito Complex, Muntinlupa (near Alabang Town Center)

    1. LOL, Maan don’t hate me! Haha! Yes, the mammoth bread is kinda big, definitely perfect for sharing. We love the heart egg toasts so much that my brother tried to recreate them for breakfast the next day!

  1. I’ve tasted their bread only once… last year during a food fair at Marquee Mall in Pampanga. They did say that they’re opening stores here in Metro Manila and in some SM Malls.

    1. Yes, it was really clean and I loved the ambiance of the place. They opened here in the PH last year, and this is their 6th branch already, if I’m not mistaken. It looks like they’re branching out already!

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