Jenny Bakery(Sheung Wan), Hong Kong

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  • September 20, 2017
    Once you've found a while back ...-_-a lot of way to Korea saga cookies ... The cookie taste. But this give it. ..
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  • September 11, 2017
    Go to buy each time to go to Hong Kong S.A.R. like nougat here. Felt lined up half an hour or so about a year ago, I could buy, but recently, without matrix outside three or four people as well as I in you could buy only, instead of waiting for. It is noon on weekends I always go. I wonder if that made delicious cookie shop also, so a little popularity has waned.
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  • August 29, 2017
    來香港如果想帶個東西回去送親友,這是不錯的選擇,曲奇四重奏小盒70HKD,餅乾好吃,盒子可愛,都是小熊圖樣,所以又稱小熊餅乾,在上環站附近,如果有觀光團時人會比較多! If you want buy something for your friend from Hong Kong,It's a good choice,small size cookies just 70HKD,near 上環MRT...  more »
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  • February 21, 2017
    What a long queue for cookies! But it was a must-buy for my friend so we queued anyway. It was a particularly pleasant experience as the staff weren't very friendly (as expected), but they did manage the crowd in an orderly fashion. On some popular days, there's actually a limit on the number of boxes you can buy. And if you queue multiple times, the storekeepers may stop you from buying as they may think you will be re-selling the cookies elsewhere! Nonetheless, a good gift for friends and family if you're here on a holiday. I like the butterfly cookies more as they are crumbly and buttery. I did hear that the mixed nuts ones are nice too but they're always sold out!
  • April 11, 2017
    Another over rated place with owner (the middle aged lady who wears glasses, you know who you are) that behaves like a jerk. We were early arriving at the shop. This lady showed up, announcing to my wife and I, "THE LINEUP STARTS THERE!" Pointing to a spot 3 meters across the shop. We didn't see any instruction requiring the customers to line up across the shop. Even if there was such an instruction, she could have politely instructed us. It's mind-boggling how people gave top rating to this place. IMO, an establishment needs to have good product and customer service to be top rated. Spend your money elsewhere where you are welcomed. I am sure in a competitive Hong Kong market, there are a lot more bakery shops that are much more excellent than this shop.
  • July 10, 2017
    if u ar tourist,please don't come and buy! From Hong Konger.
  • May 10, 2017
    I went in the morning and luckily I didn't have to queue or meet the notorious rude lady. I bought three only for my friends and I'm glad that I didn't buy one for me. The cookies are soooo greasy that more than two pieces will make you feel sick. I'd rather recommend you to buy cookies at Lord Stow's Bakery for souvenirs and they're even cheaper.
  • May 6, 2017
    So quick he is the prettiest pensive but the sound is worth to have a try

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