Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory, San Francisco
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Ok, might not make a special trip to San Francisco, but will walk a mile to pick up a supply of the unfolded cookie crisps. We've gotten hooked and these have become a snack of choice while wandering ... read more »
We stopped by the fortune cookie factory when we were in China Town. It was neat to see how they made the cookies and we bought some really cheap. This is about a 10 minute side trip, but the kids enj... read more »
I was told that this is the original fortune cookie factory. It is hard to find unless you are specifically looking for it because it is situated in a tiny and narrow street where there are no retails... read more »
I loved it here! This tiny shop was the highlight of my Chinatown walking tour. The warm fortune cookie samples led me to purchase some--only $3.75 for a large bag of the pre-folded cookies. Two days later I was back stocking up with 3 or 4 more. I'm hoping they offer mail order!
Tiny little Shop but they were very nice. For $5.50, we got a bag of chocolate and vanilla fortune cookies. We also got to personalize fortune cookies (2 for $1.50), a bunch of flay cookies, and a quick picture. A fun visit to Chinatown, followed by a brief walk round and a reflexology/massage down the street. :)
Small and cramped. It's kinda cool seeing 1 woman hand making thousands of fortune cookies throughout the coarse of the day. The place smells great and they offer free samples, but charge you if you want to take a picture. You can get personalized fortune cookies for a small fee. Write your note, give them to the lady and she'll make your personalized cookie on the spot.
Love being able to write my own fortune cookie! The place is cramped and a bit crowded from what I remember but tasty and interesting to watch the process. Not too expensive either!
Bogdan Vlad H.
Overall, it's worth a visit to see how fortune cookies are still made by hand. Quite a few are made by machines now, but you can still see what it's like to make them by hand. They also give out free samples! They sell a variety of flavors.
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