The bakery's obvious Hungarian origins (goulash soup and some Hungarian baked goods are still made well) haven't been forgotten by the lovely Asian family now running it.
It is a true neighbourhood bakery - nothing too fancy, nothing expensive. A nice selection of breads (sourdoughs, ryes, multigrains, focaccias, buns) at very good prices. Small sourghdough ryes come in under $2, full-sized multigrains hover around $3.
Dessert-worthy baked products (cheesecake slices and cakes, eclairs, pastries) are all basic-but-delicious and have managed to retain the European taste and haven't slid over to the Asian style of 'lighter' baked fare. Prices range from $1.80 for cheesecake slices down to $0.65 for big cookies of all sorts. Gelato in the summer, too.
Fantastic bargains at $2.80 for loaves of mango, carrot cake, blueberry, banana bread, etc. I bring a couple of loaves in a week to work and a loaf will be gone by lunch on most days. Many compliments on all the types I bring in and I've even been commissioned to bring in loaves for people who live out of the area.
Great place for on-the-go eating, too. Big kaiser buns with cheese and ham fillings come in at about $2.50-ish and there's a variety of fillings to choose from. Goulash soup and a bun will set you cost you less than $3.50. Grab the stuff and sit in Grandview Park or toss it in your bag for lunch.
Hours are great. Presently open seven days a week (although there's usually a few winter months when they'll be closed on Sundays), weekdays from 7:30AM to 6PM or later. If there's a special event happening along the Drive, the place is likely to stay open for a couple of extra hours. If there's a big bake order they're still making it after regular hours, they usually just keep the front open, too, so you may luck out.
These people work *hard* and provide the 'hood with decent-priced and good quality baked goods that taste great. A small, discrete, essential gem in the area.