White Plains is a familiar territory. During my elementary years my dad would take that road to get me to school. I grew up seeing the familiar landscaping businesses on one side, the pretty houses on the other and the man selling kesong puti at the end of the road. It’s changed so much over the years. Some of the houses are no longer there, one even becoming a small, gated residential community. Many houses have become business ventures, ranging from cars to salons and even banks, but the most popular of all being food.
Once such place is Monsee’s Chefs and Bakers. A recent discovery of my friend Arpee, this neighborhood bakery is hard to miss as you traverse this side of the Katipunan Avenue. Aside from being next to Lola Idang’s, a landmark of the area itself, Monsee’s looks like a charming and bright country home. It’s inviting atmosphere lures to come in, have a seat and feed your appetite.
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