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KOKO Bakery is a local small artisan bakery focused on quality, not quantity. We provide handmade breads, pastries and sandwiches - always fresh. Most of our French and German style breads use leavin: a way of fermenting the bread dough. The ingredients are simple (flour, water, leavin and salt), the process is complex. Some breads take over 40 hours from beginning to end.
$3 - $10
French, American, Cafe, Japanese
Takeout, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Wheelchair Accessible
I was driving by and decided to stop. I was in the mood for a coffee and see if there were some interesting pastries. To my surprise, there were a number of savory pastries (which I prefer) in addition to the traditional sweat pastries. The...More
I visited Koko Bakery for the first time today. I work not too far away in Waltham and wanted a quick sweet treat before heading to work. There was amble parking in front of the store. Upon entering the store, I was surprised to see...More
We've tried a number of their breads and pastries and they have all been very good. It's the breads that excite me the most. These breads actually have flavor. The whole wheat is hearty and rich in flavor and texture, for example. It's very small...More
I adore this place. Small and no seating available, but there is a pack across the street so you can take your treats to go. Every single thing I have tasted from this bakery is heavenly. It's as beautiful to look at as it is...More
KoKo Bakery is excellent. They do a wonderful baguette (maybe even better than baguettes in France). Chocolate croissant was perfect. It seemed like they used a good quality chocolate and the pastry was flaky and light. I tried the blueberry scone. The scone was good...More
Delicious and varied pastries from classic and fresh croissants to imaginative Japanese-style goodies. Wonderful breads, the French baguettes are absolutely perfect. Also the granola is pretty much like candy -- or let's say, cookies. Easy parking and cheerful service.