The Lost Bread

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After our sumptuous dinner at Sinangag Station, we decided to visit The Lost Bread at StrEat: Maginhawa Food Park for our 2nd stop for our P200 food challenge. The Lost Bread offers a different approach to milkshakes and french toast.

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If you’re gonna try to go here, expect that you have to fall in line. You would also want to stay on the tables outside because the inside shop is quite warm and customers falling in line makes the inside tables crowded.

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The Carnival- Php99.00
(Caramel Popcorn + Cotton Candy + Butter Cake)

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Doughfee- Php99.00
(Doughnut + Coffee)

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The Campfire- Php150.00
(Kahlua + Roasted Marshmallos + Crushed Graham Crackers + Chocolate Syrup)

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Morning Meal- Php120.00
(Bacon + Waffles + Maple Syrup)

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Spiked Cookie- Php120.00
(Bailey’s + Coffee + Chocolate Chip Cookies)

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Swiss Missed- Php120.00
(Kahlua + Cocoa + Mini Marshmallos + Chocolate Syrup)

Me and my friends were very curious and excited to have a taste of everything that The Lost Bread offers. We didn’t feel bad at all in losing on our P200 food challenge because all of us had a great time.

Milkshakes they serve are very appetizing to the eyes. They taste good, but honestly speaking I’ve tried better-tasting milkshakes aside from this one. Well it’s not bad, and price is pretty fair.

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The Lost Bread
StEat: Maginhawa Food Park
91 Maginhawa Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City

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