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Malolos Ensaymada and Inipit from Eurobake Bulacan

Ensaymada and Inipit from Eurobake Bulacan

If there is one pasalubong that you shouldn't leave without when visiting Malolos, Bulacan, that would be their yummy ensaymada. I've been hearing about this famous old fashioned ensaymada from Eurobake - dubbed as the "Home of the Old-Fashioned Ensaymada Malolos and Original Inipit". That's why on our recently concluded Bulacan Food Tour last weekend, we made it a point to stop by Eurobake to buy some goodies.

Ensaymada and Inipit from Eurobake Bulacan
Malolos Arch

Eurobake is located at the boundary of Malolos and Guiguinto, Bulacan. Owned and run by the Ramos family, it was established in the early 1980's and has been known through the years to offer delightful delicacies and pastries using traditional recipes.

Ensaymada and Inipit from Eurobake Bulacan
Eurobake - the "Home of the Old-Fashioned Ensaymada Malolos and Original Inipit"

One of their best-sellers is the traditional Ensaymada Malolos. Topped with salted duck egg, butter and lots of cheese and sugar, this Malolos-style ensaymada with a distinctively browned bun has been a favorite among locals and tourists visiting the province of Bulacan.

Ensaymada and Inipit from Eurobake Bulacan
Malolos Ensaymada

This is the first time I've tasted their famous Malolos Ensaymada, and it was so good. I like that it is freshly-baked and the bread is is soft. It's one of the best ensaymada I've tasted. Now, I know why people are raving about this traditional ensaymada.

Eurobake's Malolos ensaymada comes in generous sizes, from small (55 pesos) to as big as a plate.

Ensaymada and Inipit from Eurobake Bulacan
Huge Malolos Ensaymada

Another must-try at Eurobake is their "Original Inipit", a well-guarded recipe of the Ramos family. Inipit was coined from the tagalog word to describe the pastry which is made from 2 layers of chiffon cake filled in between with thick and sweet custard-like mixture. It also comes in different flavors such as ube (purple yam), langka (jackfruit), among many others.

Ensaymada and Inipit from Eurobake Bulacan
Eurobakes's Original Inipit

Eurobake's main branch can be found at the boundary of Malolos and Guiguinto near the arch. They also have branches in Metro Manila such as Greenbelt 1 and at Greenhills Shopping Center.

Ensaymada and Inipit from Eurobake Bulacan
Eurobakes's Original Inipit

So, next time you visit the historic City of Malolos, don't forget to buy the traditional ensaymada and inipit from Eurobake as pasalubong for your family and friends back home.


EUROBAKE

Address: 369 MacArthur Highway, Tabang, Guiguinto, Bulacan
Contact Numbers: +63 (44) 690-2588 / 0917-533-8250
Store Hours: Monday - Sunday, 6:00 am - 10:00 pm

This is part of Bulacan Food and Heritage Tour 2014 that happened on May 10-11, 2014. Thank you to Malolos City Tourism Office for assisting us during the tour.

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3 comments :

cheekeegirl said...

There's a Eurobaker over here in Davao City. I hope it's also delish like Eurobake. I know they don't have the same owner. I wish it taste equally good too. Muntik ko nang napagkamalan na Eurobaker.. Eurobake (without an R) pala! It looks delicious.

Anonymous said...

@cheekeegirl Have you ever taste the inipit in eurobake, even if you're from davao?

Anonymous said...

Actually, the place is in Guiguinto not in Malolos

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