So yay, we’re featuring The Lost Bread! I first heard about The Lost Bread when I was assigned to take photos for Asia Food News for their article about it. This is when I first met Emil Ongchuan and Patty Marabut, owners of The Lost Bread. They’ve always wanted to start a food business, because they both love food. They took a chance, and here they are now, with three branches (Megamall, Maginhawa, and Glorietta, which we will get to later XD). Not bad for two people who at first didn’t know anything about running a food business, right? 🙂
Why exactly is it named The Lost Bread, you ask? Well, it’s the literal translation of “French toast”. Apparently, French toast isn’t even French, it was invented by some guy whose last name was French. Yes, go Google it if you want haha. XD But I digress.
As I mentioned, photos in The Lost Bread Megamall were originally shot for Asia Food News. 🙂
But don’t be fooled, The Lost Bread doesn’t just serve dessert, milkshakes and French toast; in this branch, you can eat actual food. Haha. Actually, after this shoot, I brought Rae back for her to try it out, because she’s a milkshake lover. And we loved it. 🙂
One year after, we decided to reach out to Patty to feature The Lost Bread in this blog, and then we found out that they were opening a Makati branch. Perfect, very near us (in Glorietta 4, outside the food court area, on the third floor).
Anyway, check out our experience in video! Here we are at The Lost Bread Glorietta. 😀