Pan De Cielo Bakeshop, started in 2011 as a simple bakeshop. Now, it is more of a diner that employs 10 staffs and feeds more or less 300 persons daily. It has continuously innovated its dishes by offering diverse flavors and stylish presentation and has assured its client of quality food and service.
Pan de Cielo brings the taste of Naga in Manila through its Brick Oven Baked Toasted Siopao and Kinalas. For Naguenos away from home it’s a haven where you can converse in Bicol. For non-Naguenos, Pan de Cielo offers a slice of what Naguenos eat and talk about. Because dining is more than filling one’s tummy, but living a culture. Madya! Kakan kita!
Aside from their best-selling Brick Oven Baked Toasted Siopao and Kinalas, Pan de Cielo also serves Pancit Palabok, Pancit Bato, Lechon Paksiw, Lechon Kawali, Pinoy Adobo, Paksiw Naga, Pork Bagoong, Carne Asada, Spicy Calamares, Pritong, Paksiw, Sinigang na Ulo-Ulo sa Miso and more. Pugon Roasted Chicken and Liempo are also available at their Barbecue Station.