Tayo na giliw, magsalo na tayo~
By now, we know you have already prepared your best renditions of “Ang Pasko Ay Sumapit” and “Jingle Bells” because Christmas is just a few weeks away! Aside from the Christmas carols, Filipinos are known for their tradition of attending the simbang gabi or Misa de Gallo which starts during the wee hours of December 16.
After the mass, food stalls await church-goers outside. Bibingka (rice cake) and puto bumbong (purple rice cake) are staples of post-simbang gabi street food sessions. The warmth of these freshly-cooked Filipino Christmas treats simply warm the hearts of simbang gabi attendees on a chilly December dusk.
While most people won’t be able to go out due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some stores and restaurants offer puto bumbong delivery as a part of their menu. Still asking yourself “Where to get puto bumbong?” We got the answer to your question!
Manam is known for their modern take on traditional Filipino dishes, but you can always get classics like puto bumbong on their menu. It comes with the purple rice cake topped with lots of cheese and on the side are heaps of brown sugar and coconut shavings.
Available for: In-house delivery, or via Grabfood, and Food Panda.
Get your kakanin fix at Via Mare! Eat your puto bumbong with grated cheddar cheese or make it more special with grated queso de bola — the choice is yours!
Available for: In-house delivery, Foodpanda, and Grab.
Ferino’s simply believes that one serving is not enough, that’s why they’re open as early as 5 a.m. to satisfy your puto bumbong cravings! Each order comes with muscovado and niyog, but you can also request for butter or margarine on top of your puto bumbong.
Available for: Pick up, meetup, and delivery via Grab, LalaMove, Mr.Speedy, or JoyRide. They are open everyday from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Aside from your favorite purple treat, Dekada also offers unique all-day merienda dishes like Toblerone champorado, batchoy ramen, and ube palitaw balls.
Available for: Dine in, take out, and delivery during the weekend.
What makes a puto bumbong extra special? It’s the purple rice cake (made from pure ground rice), freshly-grated niyog, and muscovado sugar all served in a banana leaf plate. Lucky for you, Roast serves the exact puto bumbong dish we just described!
Available for: Pick-up and delivery. They are open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Level up your puto bumbong snack with Neil’s Kitchen! The purple rice cake has been topped with a block of soft buko jelly and brown toasted coconut. That’s three layers of Christmas goodness!
Available for: Limited dine-in, pick-up, takeout, and delivery via LalaMove or Grab Express. They are open Friday to Sunday for dine in from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
This Filipino restaurant promises to serve only freshly-made puto bumbong, with the rice cakes brushed with margarine and topped with a generous serving of cheese, muscovado sugar, and grated coconut.
If you’re a huge fan of kakanin, you can get their premium kakanin bundle which consists of meryenda faves like ginataang bilo bilo, suman, puto, kutsinta, and turon langka!
Available for: Pick up and delivery via GrabFood and FoodPanda. They are open Monday to Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Rain or shine, Masing’s here to serve your favorite holiday snacks! Their humble store is quite popular around Mandaluyong not just for their puto bumbong, but also for their flavorful barbeque sticks as well.
Available for: Take out daily. Check out the list of their branches and operating hours here.
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Along Boni Avenue corner Paraiso Street (Near at San Felipe Neri Church) Barangay Poblacion 1550 Mandaluyong
(02) 7746 4960
Are you the type of foodie who likes eating dishes overloaded with ingredients? If so, Romilyn Cinco’s Puto Bumbong Republic is the place for you! We absolutely love their puto bumbong de leche which consists of purple rice cake, cheese, grated coconut, muscovado sugar and leche flan strips. To make it more sinful, each serving has been drizzled with plenty of condensed milk.
If that’s not enough, they also offer puto bumbong bilao sizes good for 15 to 20 pax!
Available for: Pick up and delivery via Grab Express and LalaMove. They are open from Wednesday to Monday, with order cut-offs at 8 p.m.
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San Sebastian Homes, Nagpayong Pingbuhatan, Pasig City
(0948) 552-1411; (0936) 930-9875
Puto bumbong topped with leche flan or salted egg? Whatever add-ons you want, Mila’s PutoBumbong is sure to have it! They offer about 13 variants of the traditional purple rice cake, all at a very affordable price.
Available for: Pick-up. Their stall is open from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Check out their full menu here.
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664 Achazo Building, National Highway, Poblacion 1776 Muntinlupa City
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Cover image from O’ini Authentic Kapampangan Cuisine’s Instagram account