After having coffee and a pastry baked by Silva at Cafe St. Jorge,
it was a no-brainer to stop by Silva Bakery when I found myself in Hayward the next day. Unfortunately, after 3pm, the pasteis de nata and other tarts were already sold out.
So, I took a look around and bought Pão de Jeremy off the shelf as well as two cookies. I liked the coconut macaroon, but I'm not a fan of the gritty espece. Total for all three was $12.39.
I gave the Pao de Jeremy to "felice" and she opened it to share. Of course she nailed it on first bite saying, "this tastes like a cross between Hawaiian sweet bread and Italian panettone." It's made with wholesome ingredients and I liked it very much.
18563 Mission Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94541
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