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Monteland's Giant Siopao

One day, when a friend and I had nothing better to do but eat breakfast in Binondo, I remembered another friend recommending this siopao from Monteland. After walking around and looking for Monteland (we thought it's a restaurant), some nice Manangs guided us with directions. It turned out to be a bakeshop. The siopao costs P100 and since it's still early when we got there, I was given a frozen siopao. It costs P100 but 2-4 pax can share it depending of course on one's appetite. I forgot to ask for sauce so I can't comment on that. Taste-wise, I like the giant siopao from Emerald Garden along Roxas Boulevard. I find it more flavorful than the one from Monteland.



*** I already sliced the siopao in half before I remembered that I still haven't taken a picture of it so it looks "butchered" in the photo. Mea Culpa!

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