Jenny Bakery(Sheung Wan), Hong Kong

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  • Hong Kong S.A.R.'s most famous cookie shop I. Saku! and 4 mix that is delicious. Not buy previously wait hours in line can buy now. Transparent logo when purchasing roasted will put it in a plastic bag, but had to pay here.
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  • It's been a couple of years since you've been eating cookies, and from the beginning, no one has realized that many of them are buying and buying a couple of boxes every day. This time just to buy a few boxes, people are still a lot, the shop members are not a gift, after all is selling flavor, like the Australian milk Company to have a psychological reserve staff is very fast direct. After buying back to open, a big surprise, before the iron cans filled with the cookie has become a stand-alone package, the component phase less than at least one-third, but the value of the money has been increased, and will not be bought again.
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  • Internet Super Red Hong Kong companion gift Shop, was written by a bunch of people as if not to eat, but only the tourists are buying, Hong Kong friends but still take me to buy the ~ three box can only be gold.
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  • Personally not the biggest fan of Jenny cookies, just because I've heard so much about the queues, just for butter cookies - although I must admit that it's indeed nice cookies. It's heavily patronised by tourists, and do expect when people buy so much that they need luggage bags to transport the goods. After purchase care is good, in that bubble wraps are provided, and does make for good gifts. But that's probably as much value as it provides given the high price for cookies.
  • I don't know and understand why it is so popular but maybe a little worthy to buy one
  • We got to the store around 2pm and the line is not very long. Quite a few items were sold out already. Luckily the butter flower cookies and the 4-mixes are still available.
  • Got quota ....2 cans per person in long queu ...that means very nice cookies
  • If possible, do not go to the branch in Sheungwan. The service is horrible, especially a middle aged lady. She was rude and scolded us just because we did not understand certain instructions. The way she kept demanding for the money which we were in the process of giving her was atrocious. I called the other branch to ask to speak to higher mgt. They apologised n said will get manager to return call but I highly doubt they will do so. Twin Bear Cookie, also in Sheungwan, is much better. If there is a negative rating, i would have given a minus 5 rotten eggs.

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