Panaderia Antonio Bakery and Restaurant in Calasiao, Pangasinan


It is not my first time to write about Panaderia Antonio Bakery and Restaurant. I guess it is obvious that I consider it as one of my favorite restaurants in Pangasinan. It is already a ritual of mine to bring either my friends or grandparents whenever I’m in my beloved province.

Inside Panaderia Antonio Bakery & Restaurant - Calasiao, Pangasinan
Inside Panaderia Antonio Bakery & Restaurant – Calasiao, Pangasinan

Despite the heavy rainfall, Doc Wends, Darwin and I took a tricycle ride from Dagupan to Calasiao just to eat dinner there. Doc Wends, who is originally from Pagadian is a first-timer in Pangasinan. That day, he went to Manaoag, San Jacinto and Calasiao to explore, take pictures and get to know Central Pangasinan more. As a Dagupena, I don’t want him to leave my city without tasting the Bonuan Boneless Bangus. It’s Darwin’s nth time in Pangasinan and he was eager to eat once more in Panaderia Antonio Bakery & Restaurant, which was formerly known as the Plato Wraps Restaurant.

Panaderia Antonio Bakery & Restaurant
A colorful building stands out

The building where the restaurant stands was repainted early this year.

Before Plato Wraps invaded the food cart business 11 years ago, the Seen Family started with a bakery in Dagupan City called ‘Panaderia Antonio’ located in Brgy. Lucao. Later on, the supposed add-on Plato Wraps became a fast-rising food cart chain.

Bread and Pastries, anyone?
Bread and Pastries, anyone?

Panaderia Antonio Bakery & Restaurant

Panaderia Antonio Bakery & Restaurant
My midnight snack favorites

In 2005, they decided to open a restaurant since Mrs. Kamela Seen can really cook well. In fact, she used to do part-time catering in the early 90’s.

Since my blogger friends are in town, might as well bring them here for dinner!

Boneless Bangus w/ Java Rice
Boneless Bangus w/ Java Rice
Panaderia Antonio Bakery & Restaurant
This Kare-Kare meal is mine… all mine! No sharing! 😛

You want milk tea? They have it too! Moji Milk Tea is the newest baby of Panaderia Antonio Food Corp. As of writing, Moji Milk Tea is being sold in the restaurant and at Robinson’s Calasiao. I am keeping my fingers crossed that they will soon branch out to milk tea carts nationwide just like Plato Wraps. Imma get a franchise just in case!

Perfect Combination
Potato Chips & Moji Milk Tea on a date

Later on, Kreme Seen joined us. With the way they reacted after the first bite, it seems like my blogger friends loved the Bonuan Boneless Bangus. On my part, I ordered the Kare-Kare with bagoong. I missed it!

Right after dinner, Doc Wends and Darwin went straight to Victory Liner bus station to take the 10PM trip back to Manila. S’yempre, may Plato Wraps Chunky Chicken na baon para sa biyahe =)

Panaderia Antonio Bakery & Restaurant

Just a few days ago, they celebrated the long weekend with a Pizza-All-You-Can treat. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to go. I haven’t tasted their new pizza set menu yet. 😐

Panaderia Antonio Bakery & Restaurant
Plato Wraps Overload

If you happen to pass by Calasiao, Pangasinan, don’t forget to stop by and eat at Panaderia Antonio Bakery and Restaurant. They also have a branch inside CB Mall in Urdaneta City.

 Panaderia Antoinio Bakery and Restaurant

Calasiao:

De Venecia Highway, Calasiao, Pangasinan

Telephone Number: (075) 522-0007

Urdaneta:

CB Mall, Urdaneta City

Facebook Page:http://www.facebook.com/PanaderiaAntonio/

10 Comments

  1. I am super happy to have been here Mica and thanks for such a wonderful lady who introduced me to the Bonuan boneless bangus and I agree, the best Bangus in the Philippines is not anywhere in Davao but in PANGASINAN! 🙂

    Love this post 🙂

    August 25, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Hehe thanks din Doc Wends for coming with us sa Pangasinan! Kelangan mong bumalik wala pa sa 1/4 napuntahan mo 😛 Hope to visit Pagadian too someday.

      August 25, 2012
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  2. Ada Lajara said:

    Kaya pala the interior looks exactly like Plato Wraps restaurant isa lang pala may-ari. Hehe! Eat tayo diyan bago ka alis? 😛

    August 25, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Sige ba, basta sumama ka sa akin 😛

      August 25, 2012
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  3. gelaikuting said:

    nakakagutom! makadaan nga ng Calasiao pag umuwi ako! nom nom nom…

    August 27, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Sama ako hehe

      August 27, 2012
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  4. kakamiss! tga Pangasinan din ako Ms. Mica, from Malasiqui, pero ngtrabaho ako sa Villaflor (Mayombo) kaya familiar sa Plato Wraps, Rubi’s siopao, Magboul shawarma et al hehehe!

    kakamiss! pag uwi ko sa december siguradong ngarud ang Dagupan food overload esp pigar pigar tan kaleskes ed Galvan! ^_^

    September 8, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Woot taga-Pangasinan ka rin pala! Nakakamiss din mga pagkain mula sa atin, noh? 😀 Hope to meet you din either sa Pangasinan or somewhere hehe 😀

      September 10, 2012
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  5. yep, kabaleyan therefore! been reading your blog, Ada’s and other travel bloggers at super inggit ako sa dami nyo ng napuntahan hehe, looking forward to meet u anywhere, whether sa Dagupan, or Dubai (i read about ur stop over via Emirates and trip to UK) mashallah for ur visit to Dubai! ^_^

    September 10, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Maraming salamat! Kitakits kababayan 😀

      October 21, 2012
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