Camiguin's famous yema pastel buns are a pasalubong favorite for good reason – these soft, buttery buns are light in bite and stuffed with a creamy yema custard filling, resulting in a sweet, melt-in-your mouth experience.
They may be available in a few kiosks around Metro Manila, but if you're looking for a box (or 2, or 3) to enjoy at home without heading out, here are some online shops that can deliver the famous Vjandep yema pastel brand to you!
Based in Pasig City, Sweetsbysummer sells these pastel buns in boxes of 6 (P235) and 12 (P330) every Thursday and Friday, with a cut-off every Monday at 9 am.
Based in Ermita, Manila, Sweets by November's prices for a box of 6 or 12 go for P220 and P320, respectively.
Don't forget to regularly check their Facebook page for updates on stock availability, and to place your orders.
This reseller sells each box of 6 buns at P230. For orders 10 boxes and above, it'll cost P200.
Sweet Retreat sells the 276g box of 6 for P259 and the 552g box of 12 for P359, each one available every Sunday. These pastel buns are good for one week in room temperature and for two weeks chilled.
They're based both in Antipolo City and Pasig City, with a minimal delivery fee care of their in-house delivery cars. You can order via Facebook.
For 6 pastel buns a box, Sweet Moments sells them for P250, and for the dozen, it costs P350. If you buy at least 10, you get a discount of P10 per box.
They're based in Sucat, Paranaque City, offering free delivery in areas nearby. You can order on their Facebook page.
Based in Imus, Cavite, Rhian's Online Store sells a dozen of these buns at P330 each and P230 for half a dozen.
Located in Tugatog, Malabon City, The Foodie PH sells a box of 6 for P300 and a dozen for P400. Cut-off for orders are mid-week for weekend deliveries.
This online shop located in Cupang, Antipolo City (near Marikina) offers a box of 6 yema buns for P250 and a dozen of them for P355.
If she’s not writing about food, she’s probably thinking about it. From advertising copywriter to freelance feature writer, Steph Arnaldo finally turned her part-time passion into a full-time career. She’s written about food, lifestyle, and wellness for Rappler since 2018.