September 13, 2019

Kumori in Robinsons Galleria Serves Authentic Japanese Bread and Pastries

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  • Born from the Japanese bakery KumogiKumori first opened in Landmark, Makati City in 2015, aiming to bring comfort through their authentic Japanese bread and pastries.

    Kumori’s chefs are trained by Kumogi on the Japanese way of making bread. Their raw materials and tools are all from Japan to ensure that only the best quality is delivered to their customers.

    They produce their bread in two batches, one in the morning and another in the afternoon.

    For starters, sample their Cheesy Sausage Bun (Php 52). It’s the perfect snack when you’re on-the-go or if you’re looking for something to bring for your friends.

    Cheesy Sausage Bun (Php 52)

    Also worth trying is their Melon Pan (PHP 42), which is a classic type of Japanese sweet bun that’s not only popular in Japan but also in other parts of the world.

    Kumori’s Melon Pan is a delightful treat that anyone would surely enjoy.

    Melon Pan (Php 42) 

    Hanjuku Cheese (Php 49 per piece / Php 294 for 6 pieces) is Kumori’s take on Japanese cheesecake. It’s very rich and moist, coming with a cream cheese center.

    Hanjuku Cheese (Php 49 per piece / Php 294 for 6 pieces) 

    Further, their Signature Cheese Tart (Php 60 per piece / Php 330 for 6 pieces) will surely entice all the cheese lovers. The melt-in-your-mouth combination of cheeses are beyond words!

    Signature Cheese Tart (Php 60 per piece / Php 330 for 6 pieces)

    It’s recommended that bread and pastries from Kumori are consumed on the day of purchase to ensure the best quality. You may, however, store it in a refrigerator for up to three days.

    So if you’re needing a little cheer-up, make your days brighter with delicious treats from Kumori! They currently have 12 stores around the Metro.

    How to get here

    • From EDSA, make a left onto Shaw Boulevard and continue until you reach Poveda Road. Make a right on Poveda Road and Robinsons Galleria should be on your left. Parking is available at the mall.

    This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese Magazine September 2019 issue.

                 
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