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KAOHSIUNG DINING FEATURE

FYI SOUTH Magazine, August 2005.

China Bakery

226, MingHua 1st Rd., ZuoYing, Kaohsiung
(07) 558-3398
Hours: 10 am-12 pm

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--By Matt Gibson, Rebekah Godfrey, Brandon Campazzie, Delaney Seiferling Translated by Annie Liu

On the corner of MingHua and FuMin roads in ZuoYing, you'll find one of the four China Bakery locations in Kaohsiung. This bakery may be small, but it has a good reputation and is stacked in terms of variety. It has a large selection of buns, sandwiches, cookies, pastries and cakes, all competitively priced. They also have a freezer full of colorful and festive-looking whole cakes, including fruit and mocha variations, and a good-looking cheesecake. There are nine different types of bread - all of your regulars and a few new ones. The buckwheat comes recommended. They also make specialty coffees, which you can enjoy while sitting outside in the sun or shade. English-speakers should note that China Bakeries offer no English menus. Also, if you are looking to fulfill your chocolate cravings, the selection is limited. Luckily there are more than enough treats to satisfy any sweet tooth.

 

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