Ice Cream Delivery Quarantine Series: The Lost Bread

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With nostalgic flavors like Chocnut, Butter Ball, Fun Fair Popcorn, Campfire S’mores and 90’s Kid Mix, The Lost Bread’s ice cream will bring you back to simpler days.

The Lost Bread is a dessert bar specializing in milkshakes, French toasts, soft-serve ice cream, andFilipino-inspired treats that will appeal to kids and kids-at-heart. The quirky brand name comes from J.R.R. Tolkien’s famous saying: “All those who wander are not lost.

While they serve other comfort food and beverages, they’ve gained fame mostly for their creative, over-the-top, unique, and childhood favorite flavors that will attract ice cream lovers of all ages.

How it all began

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In the artisanal ice cream world, The Lost Bread is your fun and fresh “new kid on the block.” They shook up the Philippine dessert scene a few years ago with their trendy Instagram-worthy overloaded milkshakes, pastel-aesthetic, and fun flavors.

The Lost Bread started out as a food park stall in Quezon City in 2015, before they opened a flagship store in SM Megamall in 2017. In just a span of five years, The Lost Bread has managed to branch out from one stall into 15 branches all over the metro including hip spots like StrEat Food park in Maginhawa, The Yard Underground in Pasig, and SM Megamall’s Mega Fashion Hall.

Ice cream flavors and bestsellers

Milk and cookies. Photo by The Lost Bread

Those missing the food park hangout experience with friends during this pandemic-induced lockdown can still get their dose of nostalgic ice cream treats by ordering products for home delivery.

Classic ice cream flavors include Mango Graham, which has graham cookies with mango puree; Milk and Cookies, loaded with chocolate chip cookies mixed in with white chocolate; and Fun Fair Popcorn, which has both caramel and chocolate popcorn inside. Choco Banana Smoothie is a smoothie combination of banana, roasted peanuts, and oats, blended with chocolate milk. Meanwhile Brown Sugar Milk Tea is your favorite Okinawa milk tea with brown sugar syrup and pearls in ice cream form.

Banana Cue Ice Cream. Photo by The Lost Bread.

The colorful 90’s Kids Mix combines classic childhood favorites like iced gems with marshmallows and sprinkles for a fun treat. With torched marshmallows and graham crackers mixed into chocolate-flavored ice cream, Campfire S’mores will remind you of the simple joy of bonfires and camping out with friends on the beach.

The Lost Bread also has a line of nostalgic bestselling flavors inspired by childhood candy favorites created in partnership with established local ice cream brand Arce Dairy.

Haw Haw Ice Cream. Photo by The Lost Bread

The Chocnut flavor is made with all-time favorite Chocnut candy, which brings a dose of nostalgia in every spoonful of tasty goodness. HawHaw Milk Candy offers a rich and creamy and milky flavor of the candy in ice cream form. You can also get your fill of creamy and caramely Peter’s Butter Ball candy flavored ice cream with real Butter Ball candy bits. The Blue Vanilla is a classic vanilla with a fun twist in terms of color.

The Avocado Graham is Arce Dairy’s classic Avocado ice cream made with 100% real avocados and mixed with buttery graham cracker bits.

Can’t decide what to order? Get the Trio pack of HawHaw, Blue Vanilla, and Chocnut ice cream in pint sizes for just half the price!

Pint sizes. Photo by The Lost Bread

The Lost Bread just recently launched new flavors in collaboration with chefs from modern Filipino restaurant Hapag and Auro, known for their tree-to-bar, Philippine-origin chocolate.

The three new exciting flavors of Champorado, Banana Cue and Espasol elevate classic Pinoy comfort staples with quality ingredients for a unique and purely Pinoy ice cream experience.

Champorado Ice Cream, made by local tablea. Photo by The Lost Bread

Indulge your taste buds in a creamy Champorado ice cream made with 100% Auro Chocolate Cacao Tablea mixed with black rice and palad brittle.

The Banana Cue flavor, inspired by the street side merienda favorite, contains creamy grilled banana ice cream served with cashew streusel, and Auro Dark Caco Nibs.

Craving an ice cream version of kakanin? Try the Espasol flavor made with toasted rice flour, espasol bits, and 32% Auro Roasted White Chocolate with Cashew. The three flavors can be purchased individually or in a nicely-packaged Tatluhan gift pack.

Comfort food and cold brew drinks

If you want something savory with your ice cream, The Lost Bread also sells a range of comfort dishes like Vegan Tomato Pasta, Spicy Bolgnese, Angus Beef Tapa, Truffle Pork Sisig, Sriracha Glazed Chicken and more.

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You can also pair your comfort food and ice cream with freshly made 24-hour cold brew coffee and tea inspired by some of the bestselling ice cream flavors like Butterball Caramel Latte, HawHaw Milk Cold Brew Latte and Chocnut Cold Brew Mocha.

How to order

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To order, simply visit The Lost Bread’s website and add items to your cart at As you check out, you’ll be prompted to enter your delivery address to check if you’re eligible for local delivery. Customers can also select store pickup to get items personally, or via Grab, LalaMove, Mr. Speedy etc.

The Lost Bread currently has pick-up locations and delivery starting points in Katipunan Avenue, SM Megamall in Mandaluyong, Maginhawa Street, Marcos Highway in Antipolo, Regalado Highway in Fairview, Green Meadows, SM City Bicutan, Robinson’s Place Manila, Evia Lifestyle Center in Las Pinas, SM City Marilao in Bulacan, SM Dasmarinas, and Vista Malolos according to their website.

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