I’ve been hearing raves about Peanut Butter Company (PB Co.) ever since it opened, but it is quite far from where we live. It took me some time to gain enough patience to brave the traffic going to SM North Edsa.
It was our parents’ wedding anniversary and syoti Raphael’s first month, so we decided to celebrate in Peanut Butter Company. PB Co. specializes in take-out pasta and sandwiches that use their gourmet peanut butter. I was a bit surprised that the place discourages dine-in guests because of the few dine-in tables available and the way the sandwiches/pasta are served (in take-out wrappers and containers).
It is a cross between Oliver’s Sandwiches, a coffee shop and an Iron Chef episode with Peanut Butter as the main ingredient. We had fun because the food is quite unique and yummy. We have our own preferences but we all agree that the Sesame Peanut Butter was the best. 🙂
Prices are quite expensive at P180 average pricing for take-out sandwich and pasta. I notice they don’t have much foot traffic inside the store. I guess they were hoping to attract the IMAX crowd.
This would be an instant hit in Boni High Street or Serendra. 🙂 Can someone please encourage the owners to put up one in the Bonifacio Global City area?
I enjoy super hot pasta, and this one did not disappoint. The spiciness could burn your tongue and the peanut butter is quite rich but yummy.
I love this even better than the Fish Diablo Pasta. It is simple and the taste of the tomato surprisingly matches the peanut butter. If you think about it, you can just buy a bottle of Sun-dried Tomato Peanut Butter for P210, add a bit of meat sauce and then mix it with your own pasta. 🙂
My personal favorite! This is one of the best burgers I’ve tasted in Manila. The meat was really juicy, the price is good enough for its size and it has our favorite sesame peanut butter. The buns are better versus the bread for their flat sandwiches. It is good value for your money — I recommend this anytime! 🙂
This was the most ho-hum sandwich that we tried. The chicken is bland and I don’t get the corn + peanut butter + chili combination…
This was highly recommended, but I’m not sure if I will order this again. The quality of beef is a bit poor, the bread itself is quite thin, and I hardly tasted the cardamom.
This would have been better if they used the hoagie buns similar to Charlie’s / Elbert’s for their Philly Cheese Steaks.
My mom loved this — just imagine Peanut Butter and Jelly with Sardines! Surprisingly good without the lansa taste of sardines.
This sandwich is oozing with calories — imagine Chocolate, Peanut Butter, and Cream Cheese together — SARAP!
They could actually be playful with the kind of bread that they use. For this, maybe a soft bagel shaped like a Black Forest Cake would work…
This was quite simple. It would have been nice if they put put bits and pieces of marshmallow inside the sandwich.
Maybe they should have a create-your-own-peanut-butter-sandwich option in the future. 🙂
This is your first foodie adventure with the entire family. We celebrated your first month “birthday” with a Fantasia Cake* from Miss Desserts. You’re growing up so fast. We can’t wait for you to have fun eating with the family! 🙂
Poppa and Momma
*(The cake is P146, in case you wanted to know.)
I was wondering if PB Co. is an international chain or a local creation? Let me know the story of Peanut Butter Company if you know. Below is the entire line of Gourmet Peanut Butter:
Most of the peanut butter variants cost P210 except for the basic ones — Creamy, Crunchy and Butter at P180.
Peanut Butter Company
SM North Edsa Main Mall (not the Block)
3rd Floor near IMAX Theater and
the entrance to the Sky Garden
You can park in the third floor parking area
at the back near the bridgeway.
(They also have a store in SM Clark)
Live an Awesome Life,
P.S. I know some foodies who are allergic to peanuts. Sayang, they won’t be able to taste this unique store…