This bakeshop is near UST but I didn't get a chance to taste anything from them before. Until last Friday. My friend actually recommended the place. She asked us randomly if we know the place and one of my co-interns answered "of course" and then my other co-intern and I was like, "what?" "where?" and all that. And then they were like, you'll be graduating already but you still haven't tried the breads there? And we were like, yeah. Hahaha so last Friday, after duty, and when I run some errands near UST, I was like, okay Imma go that Tinapayan place to try some breads.
My friend particularly recommended Cream Puffs, Eclairs, and Bee Hive. Unfortunately, Eclairs is not available that time but I still managed to get some!
I'm not really a fan of Cream Puffs because you know, I don't like how soft it is and all that. My sisters and dad like this stuff but you know, there's no harm in trying so I thought I'd give it one more try. Okay so unlike in Japan, the serving is quite small. More like a bite-size which I appreciate. Less hassle, and all that.
Awesome! The only thing I don't like about it is that it is coated with candy. Like, caramelized sugar that's like left alone so it's kind of hard. Not a fan. I used to really like that though. Okay so it was awesome. Like, it was really good. Except the caramel top. I don't know.
The Bee Hive was also good. I like how it's not too sweet. I don't have a close up picture of Bee Hive. Sorry. Next time! Probably. But that's that chocolate thingy you can see from the second picture above. :)
This taste like Shu Cream more than the Cream Puffs so I'm not really a fan of this. But good to try. Might be your type. It's not that kind of type that I think nobody would like. Get what I mean?