Baguio Country Club's raisin bread is one of my top three favorite things ever, EVER. But because Baguio is so far away, I only get to taste this when I go there once a year or when my thoughtful "little sister" Misty Zara gets me a loaf or two during her family vacations (which was quite often back in the day).
In the recent years, however, I can only crave and dream about this raisin bread since I don't go to Baguio anymore and neither does Misty. That is, until I heard that THE raisin bread is now available in Metro Manila! At first I thought it was just some hoax or a copycat but when I asked Tempura Japanese Grill if the rumors were true, they confirmed that their raisin bread and banana bread are the authentic ones from Baguio Country Club. I could just die of happiness!
Thank you so much Tempura Japanese Grill for giving me all of these goodies. I can't believe I can finally eat Baguio Country Club's raisin bread again after all those years of craving. The banana bread is a plus, too!
The famous Baguio Country Club raisin bread and banana bread are now available in 3 Tempura Japanese Grill branches: Banawe Avenue (02) 740-9544, Alabang Town Center (02) 850-2136, and Tomas Morato (02) 374-7460.
In Alabang, these breads are always sold out. The day I got mine, there were three people at the nail spa where I was, who all had Baguio Country Club paper bags. And while I was walking around Alabang Town Center, I saw a few more carrying these paper bags. So better call to reserve before you go!
For more information, visit Tempura Japanese Grill's Facebook Page. Thanks again Vea and Ruby!