Red Ribbon Bakeshop

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Filipino bakeshop that is a popular franchise in the Philippines.

This location in North Koreatown does NOT serve meals like pancit palabok; it only sells breads and pastries to take home, such as mamon, empanadas, ube cakes, and ensaymada. No polvoron, sorry.

Mamon priced at $1.39 a piece. Flavors: cheese, ube, butter, mocha

Normally open seven days a week, 8:00 am – 9:00 pm.


The chain began in the Philippines in 1979 and started franchising in 1999.

In 1984, they opened their first US branch in West Covina, California. Today, there are more than 200 branches all over the Philippines, and there are now 32 stores all over California, two in Las Vegas, two in New Jersey (Jersey City and Bergenfield), one in metro Phoenix, one in New York, one in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and one in Houston, Texas.

In 2005, Red Ribbon was acquired by Jollibee, a conglomerate of popular fast-food chains in the Philippines.

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