This Old Bakery In Quezon City Makes Hopia Filled With Ube And Tikoy!

It has both ube AND tikoy.

If you love hopia and can't get enough of it, we know a place where you can order over 20 kinds of hopia to satisfy your cravings. In Quezon City, Echague Bakery has been around since 1962 and has gained popularity among the Filipino and the Filipino-Chinese communities because of their pastries. 

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Out of the 20 plus hopia flavors they have on their menu, one of the more unique hopia they have combines two of their bestsellers in one. Echague Bakery's Ube Tik (P60/4 pieces), to put it simply, is a purple-hued hopia coated in sesame seeds is stuffed with ube and tikoy inside. No, it's not ube-flavored tikoy-it's stuffed with ube AND tikoy. 

Black-tik Hopia (left) and Ube-tik Hopa (right)
Photo by Facebook/Echague Bakery
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Echague Bakery also has Black-tik Hopia (P59/4 pieces) which has black monggo and tikoy to inside the flaky, sesame-coated hopia crust. If you love monggo hopia, this hopia is for you!

Here's the pricelist of all the hopia Echague Bakery offers:

To place an order, message Echague Bakery on Facebook.

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