Asia Listings: Bakeries

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Loyang

Loyang is a fairly new bakery that has opened in Jakarta. Loyang offers baking course and a baking mart inside the store as well as the usual bakery products.

Moderate
5
Chia Te Bakery

Pineapple Cake is one of the most popular pastries in Taiwan and Chia Te Bakery is one of the most famous bakeries where makes the greatest pineapple cake in Taiwan. Chia Te Bakery has opened for more than 20 years, if you ask the local people in Taipei where you can buy the best pineapple cake, most of them will give you the same answer - Cha Te Bakery. Beside pineapple cakes, there are other...

Inexpensive
4.5
Rotiboy KLCC

Rotiboy is a bakery chain originally from Malaysia but has since spread across Asia. They become famous for their signature Rotiboy bun. Biting into this bun is like taking a magical trip through heaven. Rotiboy makes these fresh throughout the day, make sure to get them while they are hot!

Inexpensive
3
85C

Incredibly delicious baked goods for a low cost! One of the most affordable bakeries in all of Shanghai! They have a variety of options. If you are traveling in a group that likes different flavors/tastes, you will all be able to find something to enjoy at 85C. 85C's line of baked goods offers something for those with a sweet tooth, but also those who prefer savory and spicy. Besides their...

Inexpensive
0
Imma Be Bakery and Cafe

To my fellow Americans who have been traveling in Asia for awhile and miss the taste of Ben & Jerry's ice cream or just ice cream as we know it in general - you definitely want to stop by this bakery in Tainan, Taiwan! Imma Be Bakery is a relaxing spot run by an Israeli woman with a host of Western delights. Although a bit more pricey than some of the other bakeries in Tainan, I promise...

Moderate
0
PAUL

119 years ago, in a town called Croix in Lille in northern France, a French family owned a bakery that they named "Paul". Now a bakery a chain with close to 500 world-wide branches, Paul is finally opening a Taiwan flagship store in Taipei.Paul's menu sections include Les Pains, Viennoiserie, Pain Flamand, and Patisserie. They make over 100 breads and desserts, at least eight...

Moderate

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