WHO does not love freshly baked bread and pastries?
For those living in the north of Davao, you will now be able to enjoy freshly baked premium bread and pastries at Union Market with the introduction of the Blue Post Bakehouse.
This new member of the Blue Post Group prepares freshly baked bread and pastries every day for those visiting the Union Market at the Azuela Cove.
Chuck Allie Gepaya, marketing head of the Blue Post Group, said they will soon have their bread and pastries available at the restaurant group's other restaurants like the popular Blue Post Boiling Crabs and Shrimps.
He said they are currently developing a "fresh bake corner" for their other restaurants where diners can purchase their products, which are already packed and ready to go.
With a variety of bread one can choose from like baguettes, ciabatta, croissants, and bread sticks, there is something for everyone.
Gepaya said one of Blue Post Bakehouse's flagship products right now is their ensaymada, which comes in three flavors -- classic, ube, and salted egg. He said they are still planning to add other flavors like macapuno and buko pandan. For Kadayawan, they rolled out their durian-flavored ensaymada.
Their ensaymada is soft, buttery, and cheesy. The pastry is also a must buy pasalubong from Davao.
When you dine at Union Market, you can also try their grilled ensaymada. I was able to try this earlier and the grilling of the ensaymada added a smokey flavor to the simple pastry.
Gepaya assures that the pastries available at the restaurant are freshly baked. Therefore, they are offering a 30 percent discount on their bread and pastries every night starting at 7:00 p.m. onwards.
For those who love some premium and artisanal bread and pastries, you might want to drop by at Union Market and check out Blue Post Bakehouse's display.