Tallahassee City, FL (PressExposure) April 06, 2009 -- What are the best kinds of bakeries in the Philippines that provides the best sets of cakes philippine and pastries throughout the country? When it comes to bakeries or bakeshops in the Philippines, there are only two kinds of these things, and that is the Goldilocks Bakery and Red Ribbon Bakeshop. But what are the difference between the two?
Some have said that cakes philippine from Red Ribbon are much better tasting than that of Goldilocks, having a more "Foreign" taste on their collections of cakes and pastries. Others have stated that cakes and pastries Goldilocks are more on the "Original Filipino-Ingenuity" and are better tasting for some that have grown to love its cakes.
Another major difference between the two is that Red Ribbon cakes and pastries are more expensive than those cakes coming from Goldilocks. Many Filipinos have also stated that Goldilocks has a more Filipino-induced feel not only on their cakes but also on the common theme their bakeshop has whereas Red Ribbon is more on the American-Induced feel.
Although both have major differences, Goldilocks and Red Ribbon still has their similarities in terms of providing service for Filipinos and foreigners alike. One common similarity between the two are their collection of cakes. Though both have different tastes of cakes, Goldilocks and Red Ribbon has their similarities such as the popular Chocolate Mousse and and Chocolate roll.
Another similarities in services is by providing specialized cakes for special celebrations such as weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, christening, new born, character cakes (marvel and DC heroes, Disney characters, etc.), and more.
Another main feature that these bakeshop and bakeries have is by offering delicacies other than cakes philippine. Red Ribbon's fast-food menus ranges from popular french cuisine such as spaghetti, Carbonara, and Lasagna to popular dishes in the Philippines such as the popular palabok.
Goldilocks' collection of fast-food is more on traditional Filipino delicacies such as beef caldereta, kare-kare, bitik tagalog, fresh lumpia, laing, pinakbet, rellenong bangus, and many more. Goldilocks' range of thrist quenchers ranges from the popular halo-halo to main con hielo.
One great accomplishment that these two bakeshops have also achieved to open their branches out of the country. Goldilocks' branches all over the world are mainly on countries where Filipino expatriates live such as in California, two locations in Las Vegas, Nevada, and two more outlets in Vancouver, Canada. Goldilocks bakeshops have now reached 192 branches all over the world.
Red Ribbon has also been popular for outside of the country, especially when it has 20 branches in California alone. There are also two branches of Red Ribbon bakeshops Las Vegas, two in New Jersey, and one in Metro Phoenix. Red Ribbon's branches of bakeshops all over the world has grown to 189 outlets.
But their true similarity lies in the service they offer for Filipinos. Both bakeries were founded by Filipinos whom wanted to share their success in the industry. As Philippine's pride, Red Ribbon and Goldilocks have shown the world the true qualities of Filipino ingenuity.