Jenny Bakery Kowloon Tsim Sha Tsui store, Hong Kong

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Try the popular butter cookies at Jenny Bakery Kowloon Tsim Sha Tsui store. Pick up a box of the addictive treats at this famous bakery, but be prepared to wait in line for some time as it can get crowded. Choose from a few different flavors, including coffee and pineapple, or get a mixed batch and sample the various tasty, crumbly cookies. Don't buy them from street merchants, as they try to resell for a marked-up price. Some visitors have reported the staff can be a little impatient--but your tasty reward may just win out in the end. A visit to Jenny Bakery Kowloon Tsim Sha Tsui store represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Hong Kong sightseeing planner to plot your vacation.
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Jenny Bakery Kowloon Tsim Sha Tsui store Reviews
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  • Bought as a souvenir of the Hong Kong S.A.R. and returned. Went at about 10 pm on Saturday morning 10 am opening that was so, but almost no column, you could buy now. You can tell pointing the finger at people who do not know the words, and was put on the counter. Bags were paid ($ 1 a piece). Bought the work, returned the good reputation from everyone in the workplace, "the best cookie I've ever had! "With that (^ ^) and crispy, sweet but also discreet, so goes well with Japanese. Also I bought when I went to Hong Kong S.A.R. and want to go back! Design like a change by the season, so it's fun!
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  • Hong Kong locals might say, well, but seemed to come to Hong Kong, the mill is Jenny Sparrow bakery and. So delicious. Being late is an out-of-stock looked 2mix (ㅠ ㅠ) has been to buy 4mix Sambucus. Even if it falls a long way so quickly in this line of thought, rather than waiting for a long time do not catch. Prices are cheap compared to the taste and quantity. Each owe it a lot!
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  • During a family visit in the Hong Kong S.A.R. in February was available. If you go to buy some time, weekday late and crowded holiday smoothly you could buy. I think stuff can taste very good butter flavor, so rooms are nice. I think I could buy only 1 can I buy souvenirs for next time.
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  • 5 star for the cookies; 1 star for the staff who cheats. Few things to note : 1) Beware! The cookies will melts in your mouth almost immediately and you can’t stop yourself from wanting to eat more. It’s also not that sweet which makes it less sinful to eat more. 2) Be cautions! The Q is long but it wouldn’t be too long to reach your turn unless you are a bit unlucky like me encountering professional queue cutting specialist. 3) Be careful! Count your change immediately and ask for the shortage, if any, immediately, firmly, and loudly. Even if you don’t get your money back at least you made everyone else in the shop aware of the situation.
  • It's not really a bakery, but rather, a butter cookie shop which sells only that and other less-known confectioneries such as almond puff. Delicious taste, steep pricing though. The butter cookies literally melt in your mouth. However, do not be fooled by the multiple shops in the same place selling cookies in cute bear tins too. They are not the real deal.
  • The WORST bakery. *They ABUSE customers.* I believe whoever has visited this bakery would agree how bad their customer service is. The staff are extremely rude and uneducated. *If someone can check their TAX, PLEASE DO. They only accept cash, not even coins.* I really wonder how much tax evasion they have done.
  • Not sure why ppl are so crazy about their cookies.. no proper viewing of samples n only limited choice.. prepare to Q long.. they hv moved to second level...
  • Renowned for their cookies. Not uncommon to see long queues here. The first time I came, the queue went around the building and ended at the exit to the MTR station along Nathan Road. They now manage the queue better. The shop is undergoing renovation at the moment and a temporary store is set up on Level 2. I followed the directional signs and asked those aunties holding the Jenny Bakery sign around the building to get to the store. Quite easy to find. You have to be early if you want to buy the more popular flavours. Didn't get to buy the Almond slices when I went there at 12noon. Sad. The cookie tins change designs every month featuring the cute teddy according to the seasons. Tourists should beware of counterfeit Jenny Cookies sold at roadside stores branded as "Danny" or "Where is my friend Jenny", etc. Some will blatantly call it "Jenny". Basically just look at the design of the tin. Jenny Bakery uploads the newest design of the tin on their official website so you can check that up first. Can also buy their cookies from a few overseas flagship stores or their Taobao store "聪明小熊曲奇". Prices are usually double at these overseas stores and I didn't find that worthwhile. Will definitely go and buy from the shop when I'm in HK though.

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