Titay's has been an institution in Liloan, Cebu. The bakeshop is famous for its Roquillos and other baked goods like Mamon and Torta. Recently, I visited a friend who was living in Liloan. I asked her what's a good snack in their town and she said Titay's has one of the best meat rolls. I was a bit puzzled because I never associated Titay's with meat buns. My curiosity led me to drive to the bakeshop to try it out.
When I entered Titay's, I immediately saw a display of Chicken Pork Adobo rolls. It was priced at 35 pesos each. I find it a bit expensive than expected. I took 5 pieces and paid. The buns were still warm so I decided to eat one.
At first glance, it looked like a regular meat roll. It is around 2 times bigger than a regular sized Pan de Sal.
It smelled like it just came out of the oven. The bread crust was a bit crunchy and the bread tastes really good. The filling was really delicious. I think I finished the Chicken Pork Adobo roll in less than 2 minutes. I enjoyed it so much that I ate another one while driving.
When I got home, I put in the refrigerator. I ate another piece a day later and it was still amazingly good even when cold. I had the last 2 heated in the microwave and had it so for snacks.
The Chicken Pork Adobo roll is a winner. I want some more, but there is no Titay's bakery in Cebu City. I promised myself that every time I go back to Liloan, I would pass by Titay's and buy Chicken Pork Adobo meat buns.
Update: Chicken Pork Adobo Roll is now available in Titay's Kiosk at the 2nd Floor of Ayala Center Cebu New Wing. Yippee!!!
Have you tried this? Where can I buy meat rolls as delicious as these?