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Sunday 23 August 2020

Honey Bakery ๆฑ‰ๅฆฎ่ฅฟ็‚น


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If you ever spend any time in Honey Bakery, maybe kneeling over inspecting the many varieties of homemade sweet and savory pastries, or maybe enjoying one at the table that used to be available in better days, you will see many folks come in and out in under 30 seconds grabbing loaves of freshly baked bread.

In fact, the shelves of these beautiful loaves are the first thing you notice when you walk in. Sometimes these are emptier than others depending on which end of the cycle you walk in during, but it proves that freshness is never in doubt.

There are also cakes in the fridge and a wide variety of cookies that are always tempting. The little Artesia/Cerritos border strip mall it lives in also has a Taiwanese restaurant and cultural/language school, making it a small hub for folks from the island here in and around Southeast Los Angeles.

And what about all those packaged breads and snacks, which should be selected? So far the variety and fun of having new ones always leads to different purchases, and really you probably cannot go wrong with one that sounds tasty to you.

Honey Bakery has many of the items you may see on the shelves of modern Taiwanese bakery/bubble tea spots, but with far less flash while being more affordable. Everything about it feels more mom + pop, and that translates to each bite for those that enjoy that type of environment more. For the bubble tea though, you will have to stop somewhere else to pick that up.

ARTESIA Southeast Los Angeles
18904 Norwalk Blvd.

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