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I'm Chinese and this has the best Chinese sweets and savory pastries in the area. I wouldn't say that it's the ultimate--sometimes a bit dry--but it's the best if you live in SE Michigan and not California, Vancouver or NYC. The people who own it...are nice as well.More
Came for the red bean sesame balls, but sadly they were completely sold out. :(
Ended up getting a coconut tart, red bean sweet rice cake with the coconut flakes, mung bean and red bean crispy balls and a durian bubble tea.
The durian is...the only bubble tea that’s fresh and not made from syrup. It tasted decent, but the bobas were hard and chewy.
The coconut tart was dry, tasty with the coconut but was too dry.
The red bean sweet rice cake had too much rice dough and not enough red bean in it and the red bean was much too dry and too chunky inside.
The mung bean and the red bean crispy balls were both flaky and crispy but also too dry.
None of it was carb worthy and tossed them all after one small bite of each pastry.More
Decent variety of Chinese buns and pastries but the buns are very skimpy on the filling. Its more like just eating bread. The BBQ pork buns, Tara buns and custard buns barely have any filling. Like I said, you're just eating bread. Very disappointing. I'm...100% Chinese and this is not how the buns should be. I would not be coming back.More
This is an Asian style bakery. I have been going there for several years and always forgot to put it on Tripadvisor or maybe I just wanted to keep them for myself. You'll never know. I love their sandwiches. They are bun style, shaped similar...to a foot ball. My favorites are the sliced pork with a fresh cucumber and mayo, the hot dog in a roll, the ham and egg, and the egg and scallions. I'm only in the area every couple of months, so, I stock up. Most of the sandwiches freeze well. The deserts are delicious. The great thing a bout Asian deserts are, they are less sweet than the American style. With less sugar, the kids will not be bouncing off the walls.The cakes and desert rolls are definitely worth a try.More
Date of visit: November 2015
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