Location: Gomez St.
There are several of the Julie’s Bakeshops around town and around the Philippines.
I have bought bread at Julie’s and I like it. If you have tried it and would like to leave a comment to express your opinion on the food and service, please do so here.
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6 thoughts on “Julie’s Bakeshop”
We too went to Julies when we stayed at the Almira. Good pandesol! Just be careful of the paper cups of hot coffee…the cups are so thin and if you squeeze to hard the lid will pop off and you will spill coffee all over the counter – and you will have to offer to clean it up and buy another cup of coffee…so I’m told! 😉
Oh, if it breaks and you get hot coffee on you, you can sue, like they did for the McDonald’s in the states. Of course you didn’t know that the “Hot Coffee” that you just bought was actually ‘Hot’ and when you spilled it on yourself, you can say “Ow” and win a couple of million $’s.
I always thought that was a stupid case. Another case of people not taking responsibility for their own actions.
This is where we get our pandesal every morning when we stayed at Almira Garden Hotel last year. It’s cheaper than breakfast in nearby Jollibee’s or Chowking heheheh. Their pandesals are big and filling but not exactly cheap because Julie’s is a popular franchise brand.
Julie’s has the type of pandesol that I like, but it’s just easier (and cheaper) to get it at Our Daily Bread Bakeshop.
Jonathan, Hopia is my favorite because it is more filling thatn pandesal, but Julies, like most other bakeries in Calbayog, will run out early. I had a hard time finding Hopia after 9:00am most days.
Now I’m going to have to look up “Hopia” too. I didn’t think anything sold out as fast as pandesal.
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