LIST: Where To Order Korean Cheesy Bread For Delivery In Manila

Give this trendy treat a try!

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Whether it's K-Drama, K-Pop, or K-Beauty, it seems like there's just no getting enough of anything and everything Korean and that includes food. Besides soju, strawberry milk, or grocery finds like Melona ice cream and Tom's Farm almonds, the latest Korean food making waves all over Metro Manila is Korean cheesy bread!

The dish is composed of a soft, buttery bread (similar to brioche) bun stuffed with cream cheese and garlic. It's as simple as it sounds, but also kind of addicting. Some home cooks and bakers even make their own unique takes on the bread with additional ingredients like pesto or sausage. The versatile bun will go with a variety of snacks and side dishes, so you'll never have a hard time pairing it with your faves at home. If you haven't tried these cheesy buns yet, or you're just looking to satisfy your craving ASAP, we round up some spots in Manila where you can get it delivered.

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Here's where you can order Korean cheesy bread for delivery in Manila:

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245 Bakery

Location: Makati City

Price: P230/box of six

How to order: Fill out the order form featured on 245 Bakery's Instagram page.

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The Bored Baker MNL

Location: Mandaluyong City

Price: P200/box of three

How to order: Send a message to The Bored Baker MNL's Facebook page or contact them at (0919) 073-5699.

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Cheesu PH

Location: 833 Arnaiz Avenue, Makati City

Price: P390/four pieces

How to order: Contact Cheesu PH at (0917) 526-6893. They deliver through Grab, Lalamove, and Angkas.

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Dough's and Doughn'ts

Price: P245/two pieces

How to order: Send a message to Dough's & Doughn'ts Facebook or Instagram pages.

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Dulce Bakery By Mela

Location: Gen. Espino Street, Signal Village, Taguig City

Price: P540/box of six

How to order: Send a message to Dulce Bakery By Mela's Facebook page or contact them at (0917) 896-0701.

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La Casa De Pandesal

Location: 55 President's Avenue, BF Homes, Parañaque City

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Price: P5 each

How to order: Send a message to La Casa De Pandesal's Facebook page. They deliver via Mr. Speedy, Grab, and Lalamove care of the buyer.

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Lola Ester's Bread and Pastries

Location: Blue Ridge, Quezon City

Price: P250/pack of two; P500/pack of four

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How to order: Contact Lola Ester's Bread and Pastries via SMS or Viber through (0998) 538-7783.

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Namna

Location: Las Piñas City

Price: P380/four pieces

How to order: Send a message to Namna's Facebook or Instagram pages.

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Noriter Cafe

Location: 2/F, Reyes Building, Estrada Street corner Taft Avenue, Manila City

Price: P150

How to order: Send a message to Noriter Cafe's Facebook page with your name, contact number, address, and order. They deliver through Mr. Speedy and Lalamove.

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Shy Street Kitchen

Location: 8 Mahiyain Street, Diliman, Quezon City

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Price: P220/box of one; P420/box of two

How to order: Fill out the order form features on Shy Street Kitchen's Facebook page.

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