Pan de sal, or "pandesal" for short, is a common Filipino breakfast. It is a round bread that is composed of flour, sugar, and salt (hence why there is "sal"). It was a recipe made during the Spanish colonization (hence the Spanish naming).
Originally, it was simply baked only with flour and salt, so it was salty before. However, after the colonization, the Filipinos found out that they had a sweet tooth (maybe as a result of American influence) and added sugar to the bread.
It is best partnered with coffee (since it is breakfast). Filipinos sometimes dip the bread to the coffee to soften it.