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Killer ?Persian? Bakery in Vienna


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Killer ?Persian? Bakery in Vienna

SisterT | Aug 29, 2002 11:15 AM

I'm sorry I don't know the right name or location of this place. When I go back, I'll get there information. It's between Church and 123, near the tourist shops (on Church) and the Vienna Bicycle shop. My mom and I were early for our class at Star's Beads and went looking for munchies.

We saw a sign that said Bakery so we went in. It's part small "Persian" grocery/ part small bakery. The ladies behind the counter were so nice, making us try before we bought anything. Mom came away with some sort of pistachio muffin, I on the other hand had honey overload (no complaints mind you). 3 raisin cookies that tasted like they were made with condensed milk, sweet and milky. A honey pretezel like thing that she insisted I take (it was SO good), and to taste, a honey ball puff that made my eyes cross. All this and two lemonades for barely more than 3 dollars.

I promise to get better info next visit, unless someone here knows where I'm talking about.

P.S. I saw Persian in quotes because another customer there spoke with us and said Persian sweets were the best.

P.P.S In the case with the nummies, were 3 bowls that looked like they were made with rock candy and something else added for decoration. Any idea what they were for? I forgot to ask.

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