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PANADERIA DIMAS-ALANG circa 1919

This is the first known bakery in Pasig which was put up in the year 1919 by Ambrosio Lozada – the father of the internationally known violinist Carmencita Lozada. The fact that it shared a pen name with national hero Dr. Jose Rizal all the more establishes its significance in the days when Pasig was starting to carve a name in entrepreneurship.

Kapasigan then, where Dimas-Alang Bakery is located, was composed of Sta. Elena, San Isidro and Wawa, the sitios by the river edge. During that time, there was nothing as enticing as the sweet scent of bread wafting all over this “baybay ng ilog”, coaxing townsfolk to pause from what they’re doing and partake of the town’s ever favorite snack: the pandesal.



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In the succeeding years, Dimas-Alang would introduce baked goods inspired by foreign palates – the croissant and French breads, for example. But the Pasig folks remained loyal to the pandesal. Other favorites that saw brisk sale were the aglipay, the bonete, biscocho de cana and the “di ko akalain”.



TODAY

The bakeshop is now owned and managed by Manolo Lozada, who inherited it in 1980 when his mother Teresa passed away. The Lozadas are an old, artistically-gifted family from Pasig, and in music circles Manolo, a painter-printmaker and singer, is better known as the only brother of the late, great violinist Carmencita Lozada.

HOW TO GET TO PANADERIA DIMAS-ALANG

The bakeshop is located along the busy road of A. Mabini which is a few meters away from C5 Road - Bagong Ilog. Just take Pasig Blvd Ext. from C5 then turn right to A. Mabini St.

If you are travelling via public commuting, there are jeepneys and UV Expresses en route to Pasig Simbahan (town proper) or Pasig Palengke. Both will pass by A. Mabini St. You can drop off in front of Dimas-Alang.


Alternately, you can also book a Grab ride straight to Panaderia Dimas-Alang.



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Panaderia Dimas-Alang

Address: A. Mabini Street, Pasig, Metro Manila
Business Hours: 24/7


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Pasig is a city in the Philippines. Located along the eastern border of Metro Manila, Pasig is bordered on the west by Quezon City and Mandaluyong; to the north by Marikina; to the south by MakatiPateros, and Taguig; and to the east by Antipolo, the municipality of Cainta and Taytay in the province of Rizal.



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PANADERIA DIMAS-ALANG - the oldest bakery in Pasig

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And it's open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

PANADERIA DIMAS-ALANG circa 1919

This is the first known bakery in Pasig which was put up in the year 1919 by Ambrosio Lozada – the father of the internationally known violinist Carmencita Lozada. The fact that it shared a pen name with national hero Dr. Jose Rizal all the more establishes its significance in the days when Pasig was starting to carve a name in entrepreneurship.

Kapasigan then, where Dimas-Alang Bakery is located, was composed of Sta. Elena, San Isidro and Wawa, the sitios by the river edge. During that time, there was nothing as enticing as the sweet scent of bread wafting all over this “baybay ng ilog”, coaxing townsfolk to pause from what they’re doing and partake of the town’s ever favorite snack: the pandesal.



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In the succeeding years, Dimas-Alang would introduce baked goods inspired by foreign palates – the croissant and French breads, for example. But the Pasig folks remained loyal to the pandesal. Other favorites that saw brisk sale were the aglipay, the bonete, biscocho de cana and the “di ko akalain”.



TODAY

The bakeshop is now owned and managed by Manolo Lozada, who inherited it in 1980 when his mother Teresa passed away. The Lozadas are an old, artistically-gifted family from Pasig, and in music circles Manolo, a painter-printmaker and singer, is better known as the only brother of the late, great violinist Carmencita Lozada.

HOW TO GET TO PANADERIA DIMAS-ALANG

The bakeshop is located along the busy road of A. Mabini which is a few meters away from C5 Road - Bagong Ilog. Just take Pasig Blvd Ext. from C5 then turn right to A. Mabini St.

If you are travelling via public commuting, there are jeepneys and UV Expresses en route to Pasig Simbahan (town proper) or Pasig Palengke. Both will pass by A. Mabini St. You can drop off in front of Dimas-Alang.


Alternately, you can also book a Grab ride straight to Panaderia Dimas-Alang.



GET P50 OFF FROM GRAB

Panaderia Dimas-Alang

Address: A. Mabini Street, Pasig, Metro Manila
Business Hours: 24/7


ALSO READ:



 Discover PASIG
Pasig City updates on Facebook

MORE ABOUT PASIG


Pasig is a city in the Philippines. Located along the eastern border of Metro Manila, Pasig is bordered on the west by Quezon City and Mandaluyong; to the north by Marikina; to the south by MakatiPateros, and Taguig; and to the east by Antipolo, the municipality of Cainta and Taytay in the province of Rizal.



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IMPORTANT NOTE:
 The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please let us know by leaving a message in the comment box below.

WHERE TO STAY IN PASIG:

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