Located on Fraser and 47th, with a variety of cakes for all occasions, and freshly baked buns everyday.
I picked up some items for my family's lunch after having some x-rays at Grieg and Associates across the street.
The place is small and is a bakeshop. There is no tables or table service. Buy what you want and take it home or eat it while walking...
Anyways, I ordered 2 ham and cheese hot dog buns, 2 regular hot dog buns, 2 pizza buns, 2 ham and corn buns, 3 sugar donuts, 1 rice and egg sweet ball, 2 spice and salt rice pancakes, and 1 red bean rice pancake. We also picked up 4 cans of Nestle ice tea. The bill came to $15.65.
The items were nice and fresh tasting (we did pick up at 9:30 AM). The items were standard Asian bakeshop fare - nothing spectacular, but tasty. I especially liked the spice and salt rice pancake - I found it quite tasty. The donuts are only so-so. I usually prefer to get Asian items and not pseudo - European items at Asian bakeshops. If one wants good donuts - go to Duffins. If one wants good Euro pasteries and cakes - go to Bon Ton or Bon Bon or another Euro bakery.
However, for hot dog buns, little pizza buns with weiners used for toppings, rice pancakes and such - this place was pretty much on the mark.
The staff were friendly, the place was cramped and crowded, but was clean enough.
I'll return if I'm in the area.
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