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Astoria Pastry Shop has the best sweets in town. Went last night and got caramel baklava, pecan pie, cinnamon rolls, and white chocplate raspberry cheese cake.
Staff is quick, friendly, and helpful.
We will definitely be back again!
I was in Detroit for two nights but went here four or five times. Baklava, Napoleon, macaroons, brownies, ice cream, just to name a few of the things I ate. I loved this place. Don’t walk by without going in and trying something. You won’t...More
It begins with the smell of baked goods that draw you in to this well known location for wonderful pastries and goodies. We used to stroll in Greek town and pop in for a delicious treat. Still offering the delights from recipes that have an...More
French macarons: tasted as if thawed out from frozen. The lemon flavor macaron had a very chemical/artificial taste.
Chocolate cannoli: shell incredibly stale. Filling tasted like a bad version of a Hostess HoHo.
The garage can in our hotel room was the beneficiary of most...More
Stopped in after a Tigers game. It had a nice assortment of pastries; many were European style which are what my wife and I prefer. We shared a slice of the Black Forest cake that had a good taste, but was on the dry side....More
Everything tastes as amazing as it looks. I love that this shop has extended hours as well. We will often stop on the way home from a sporting event if we have the kids. The only problem is that if you just want to make...More
Response from BishopCM2013 | Reviewed this property |
I did not see birthday cakes and I would just presuppose since they are in the heart of Greektown, that any cakes/pastries will be a Greek type specialty! The balava is delicious,but I don't think you can get a... More
I did not see birthday cakes and I would just presuppose since they are in the heart of Greektown, that any cakes/pastries will be a Greek type specialty! The balava is delicious,but I don't think you can get a birthday candle in it! Happy Birthday in any case!!!!
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