Kamuning Bakery: Bringing Back The History Of Its Breads

 Kamuning Bakery was one of the Oldest authentic pugon or wood-fire oven bakery and the very first bakery to open in Quezon City. It was established in 1939 by Atty. Leticia “Letty” Bonifacio Javier, with her husband Lt. Marcelo Javier and kept a live their son and daughter Ted Javier and Beth Javier Africa before it was sold and currently operated by the new own, Mr. Wilson Lee Flores who restored everything from its original

It was said that the bakery is not just the old bread store where you can buy and eat the traditional breads, cakes and old style Filipino biscuits. Indeed, it has full of story and history that remains secret in every wall of the store.

It was said that it was president Quezon who are close to the Alejandro Roces Sr. suggested to the Bonifacio family of Los Banos Bakery to open a bakery in the Quezon City. 

The signature bread of Kamuning Bakery was the Pan de Suelo, its crust is crunchier while soft inside makes it different from other breads.

I also try their Pan de Rizal, the bread where Dr. Jose Rizal used to eat when he was in Dapitan and other breads like cinnamon bread, pan de sal, pan de spania. Mr. Flores said that their best seller for kids are the chocomad and the snow white.

Kamuning Bakery is located in 43 Judge Jimenez corner K-1st Street with telephone number 929-2216. Like them in their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/kamuningbakery1939. 

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