Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Officially addicted to Dezaato Pan

In case you haven't seen this place yet, Dezaato Pan is a new bake shop owned by the same people who brought us Tempura (Teriyaki Boy rip off--albeit my preferred version), Karate Kid (Tokyo Tokyo rip-off), Flavors of Asia (Superbowl of China rip-off), and now this (Bread Talk rip-off.) Ripping off other restos isn't new in this country and doesn't piss me off as say ripping off films does. Mainly because you still have to work on the taste of your food, and make sure they're better (and maybe even cheaper), and on this aspect, these people almost always manage to do a decent job.


Here's my favorite, their Kani and Corn Roll Bread for P45.

Easily similar to any Bread Talk has to offer but this one's much much better, the bread's is soft enough to make it easy on the jaw, but sufficiently chewy that it allows you to eat and not just inhale food. I love that it's overflowing with floss and the kani and corn baked into the bread gives it a special flavor. And you know what else makes Dezaato Pan better than Bread Talk?


30% off after 7pm! Is that cool or is that cool? Even French Baker makes you wait til closing time!

Of course they have a lot of other things to offer too. Their selection of gelato looks awesome--haven't tried it though. They offer coffee and other designer drinks too. And they look really classy--easily a good alternative to Starbucks or Coffee Bean. They've only have a few branches though (at least as far as I know), I've seen one in Banawe (besides Tempura), one in T. Morato (at Thompson Square) and at SM Mall of Asia., but do check them out and see if you agree with me.

5 comments:

ALiNe said...

Hmmm matikman nga favorite mo :)

ceemee said...

That looks like a great place! I don't really like going to Bread Talk, the bread seems pricey and the lines are always long.

philos said...

@Aline: Let me know how you like it. :)

@Cym: It is, but while they do have 30% off past 7, they're not necessarily cheap hehe... but at least they're not as expensive to try. :)

Andy said...

Yum! Man, you're making me hungry!

darkjedi said...

Wow, I never knew you were a fan.
It looks like Dezaato Pan would be a big hit. You will get a chance to get close to the people behind this on my wedding :)

FYI, the holding company is "Top Ideas Food Corporation".
You forgot to include "Holy Cow" among their resto's. So which resto did they rip off on that one?

Blood is thicker than water.
Some funny news about them:
Restaurant firm found using pirated software