October 02, 2017

The Lost Bread in SM Megamall: Summer bonanza complete with milkshakes

  • HOME
  • Food
  • The Lost Bread in SM Megamall: Summer bonanza complete with milkshakes
  • Bring out your phones and appetite as The Lost Bread in SM Megamall will win you over. They are serving dishes such as French toasts, soft-serve ice cream, popsicles, milkshakes, and much more.

    They started out as a stall at StrEAT in Maginhawa, Quezon City. Their popularity led them to open up two more branches: the one in SM Megamall and the other as their HQ or main branch. One thing that you’ll first notice is their vivid, vibrant, and fresh interiors, complete with white lights, seating that will want you to seat all day.

    A mix of bright, bold and pastel colors inside their shop

    The Lost Bread is known for their unique and photogenic desserts and snacks. It’s also a perfect place to have brunch with your friends, for dates and also with your family. There are pastel and eye-catching murals by Kay Aransanzo, perfect for selfies and to post on your social network. The burst of color and summer vibe facade and interiors are for those who want to cool down, relax, and enjoy the light and breezy colors. Owners, Patty Marabut and Emil Ongchuan wanted the millennials just like them to have that place to go.

    Soda Pop (Php 180), Chocolate Granola (Php 185), and Classic Cinnamon (Php 185)

    If you’re looking for unique and interesting drinks, The Lost Bread will definitely cater to your needs and wants. For a fizzy hug, they have their take on the usual Soda pop (Php 180), only it has an entire fruit popsicle; talk about a two in one dish. They also have soft-served ice creams in blue vanilla, perfect for those warm or cold weather.

    Almost all of their snacks come with a syringe of different flavors to boost the flavor of the ice cream or french toast. Other than cold snacks, they are also famous for their French toast pop that is soft, sweet and filling, like their Classic Cinamon (Php 185).

    Different hues of blues with a mix of a tropical feel are present in every The Lost Bread store

    From starting with milkshakes they have evolved, making better and fancier products for everyone to enjoy. Visit them now at any of their three branches to truly experience what they offer. Make sure to bring your smartphones and cameras!

                 
    Google Map:
               
               
    Recent Comments
    What do you think about this article?
    ★★ ★★★ ★★★★ ★★★★★

    *

    You might also like...
    Shinshin-Tei in Noboribetsu, Japan: Serving Unique and Savory Bowls of Soba Noodles
    Jingisukan Monogatari Ramuwaka in Hakodate Serves Hokkaido’s Well-Loved Mongolian Barbecue
    Café Via Mare in Greenbelt 1 Serves Familiarly Heartwarming Filipino Classics
    Seafood Island in BGC: Home to Exciting Seafood Adventures and Boodle Feasts
    Café Juanita in Pasig City: A Decades-Old Restaurant Perpetually Serving Filipino Classics