Ask any resident of Virginia Beach for Filipino food and they will tell you to head over to Glory’s Bakery.
With two locations, Glory’s Bakery sell pancit, Filipino eggrolls, pan de sal, ensemada, chicken adobo and fried rice.
Food and Drink
Menu combos include pancit and eggrolls. Other menu combos provides fried rice, too. Save room for the pepperoni bread. It is sweet dough filled with cheese and pepperoni. Portion for pancit orders are generous.
Don’t be discouraged by the run-down, dilapidated building. It truly is a hole in the wall. Both locations are small and cramped. Plan your order to go. In fact, a majority of the diner’s business is to-go. No one really sits inside the limited seating of the restaurant.
As a family business, customer service could be slow, especially during the peak hours of lunch and dinner.
Glory’s Bakery started in 1986 as a family operation.
Lunch specials range between $6 to $7.
Virginia Beach showcases a dozen bakeries around this beach resort city but none them are Filipino. Other Filipino restaurants in the Virginia Beach area include:
- Susan’s Kitchenette Filipino
- Red Ribbon Bakeshop
- Angie’s Bakery
- Nipa Hut
- Iha Iha Filipino & Cuisine
- Lita’ Filipino Cuisine
665 Aragona Blvd.
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
1920 Centerville Turnpike
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
Tip #1: Check the hours on the website. One is open on Sundays while the other location is closed.
Tip #2: The bakery manages an account on Facebook. Click like to see their daily and weekly specials.
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