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Kamuning Bakery

I've been curious about Kamuning Bakery for a very long time but haven't really visited the place until last week when I joined an unplanned food crawl in Quezon City with fellow bloggers. Actually, I almost didn't make it because of some errands. Luckily, I was able to rendezvous with the group and even met Mr. Wilson Flores of Kamuning Bakery.



Kamuning Bakery has been in existence since 1939 in Kamuning, Quezon City.



There are numerous breads to choose from and "pan de suelo" is the most popular and one of the breads made since the bakery opened in 1939.


There are also yummy looking cakes and pies.








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