Dessert takeout from The French Baker

Back when I was in grade school, a French Baker branch opened in the only nearby shopping mall at the time and introduced me to the amazing pastry called the Danish.

The Danish is viennoiserie baked good which was among the pastries introduced by Austrian bakers hired to replace the bakers of Denmark who went on strike in 1850. After the labor disputes were ironed out and the Danish bakers went back to work, they adapted the Austrian Plundergeback pastry and made it their own by adjusting the amount of egg and fat, coming with what is now known as the Danish pastry.

The French Baker is said to have revitalized the breadmaking industry in the country, bringing to light various ways to enjoy breads and pastries with European origins – such as baguettes, scones, crepes, bagels, sourdough, ciabatta, and, of course, Danishes – which were unfamiliar to the Philippine mass market when the chain opened its first stores more than thirty years ago.

The French Baker

The French Baker’s version of the Danish Pastry consists of the layered and glazed pastry topped with a creamy custard and a fruit filling. My favorites since childhood are the Blueberry Danish (Php88) and the Peach Danish (Php88).

The French Baker

The French Baker

On my way to parking lot after running some errands, I espied a takeout counter at The French Baker branch inside the Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall. I dropped by and picked up a few pieces of my favorite Danish variants as my pasalubong for the kiddos (and a treat for me!) as well as a bag of Crack Pan De Sal (Php102 for 10 pieces).

The pastries were a hit with the kids; we liked the sweet and flaky bread that frames the creamy custard and luscious fruit filling perfectly.

The French Baker

The French Baker

I saved the pan de sal for later when I prepared my midnight snack with Hubby. I heated a couple of pieces and filled them with shredded Purefoods Fiesta Ham. Oh my! Those fluffy pan de sal went so well with the ham and really sated my late night food cravings.

The French Baker

The French Baker

From my childhood to today, I continue to appreciate how The French Baker has expanded my foodie horizons.

The French Baker

Aside from dine-ins and takeouts, you can also enjoy The French Baker baked goods by having them delivered to your home. For inquiries, call +63 917 6353026 or +63 917 5423125. Order online or via GrabFood or FoodPanda.

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Author: Gel Jose

Manic Pixie Dream Girl Wannabe, Imagineer, Foodie, TV Addict and Lifelong Learner

5 thoughts on “Dessert takeout from The French Baker”

  1. Ang sarap nman po netong Danish tapos may fruit filling pa😋😍..Ngayon kolang to narinig..Yung pandesal din perfect sa kape at very affordable lang din.

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  2. Ang sasarap ng mga tinapay dyan sa French baker. Saka talagang subok na sya. Dyan kami nun madalas bumili ng tinapay nun bata pa ako , ngayon na mommy na ako dyan pa din kami bumibili minsan kapag napapadaan sa mall. Talagang sulit na sulit dahil masarap ang mga tinapay nila. No doubt. Worth buying talaga 🥰😋

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  3. Yan tlga ung mga kilalang bilihan ng tinapay lalo na po tlga kapag nsa mall .. kse super sulit nman tlga sa sarap at affordable na dn .. nun at hanggang ngayon tlgang kilalang kilala ang french baker …

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  4. Actually this is the first time na nalaman kong may ganiyan po pala, ang alam ko lang po kasi is pandesal. 😅, but I’ll surely try this, i know it’s worth the money. 😋Thanks sa pagshare Ms. Jel ang dami ko napo gustong matry😅

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  5. Masasarap po talaga ang bread sa french baker 😃 fave ni lolo yung french bread nila. Di ko pa na try tong the danish pero mukang masarap toppings pa lang. Sulit na sulit talaga presyo sa french baker 😃

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