Fresh cream puffs and assortment of baked goods.
Yeah, it tastes good... but no better than grocery store bought desserts. The puff itself it awesome but the cream in the middle reminds me too much of your regular old jello brand pudding. My sister is going to baking school and made a much more superior cream puff than Beard papa's. However, I do tend to buy this for my mom since she likes it. But not really for me... I'd rather save $2 (which is kind of expensive for ONE cream puff).
The cream puffs are well, just cream puffs. With custard in it. So if you like big cream puffs with custard, this is your place.
They have other stuff such as molten lava cake, cheesecake sticks, etc. For the price I'd go get a real molten lava cake somewhere else (but I haven't tried this one so don't quote me - theyre always sold out when I get there). I got the cheesecake stick in LA (since they didn't sell it @ Aberdeen at the time) and I liked it. But it was pricey.
I like the original custard. Tried the green tea one in Japan but I didn't really taste the green tea.
An excellent choice for dessert or simply a mid-afternoon snack. I would highly recommend the eclair for the chocoholics. The dark chocolate shell is of considerable thickness and a perfect companion to the cool, velvet creamy goodness inside. The shell is of the right consistency and crumble right into the creamy inside when you sink your teeth into it. It is very rich and not too sweet. A delight treat every once in a while.
We frequent Aberdeen centre, so, on a day when there was no lineup, we decided to see what all the hubbub was all about. The cream puffs are decent, but they are nothing to write home about, and they always seem to be out of all the flavors except for the original. As mentioned by other reviewers, they are on the expensive side for a pastry that costs little to make.