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White Windmill Bakery and Cafe: Duluth

posted on January 14, 2006 at 4:58 pm


REVIEW:
Went to over to grab some goodies while I was waiting on my order at Book Chang Dong Tofu House. What a great bakery. Take one of the provided woven baskets and start filling it up. They have many Korean and European baked goods to choose from. They also have a nice cafe area where you can enjoy your purchases and a coffee from their coffee bar. It is very clean and warmly lit. I especially like their salted doughnuts, corn bread and loafs of bread. Stop in next time you are over at Super H Mart. You won’t be disappointed.

INFORMATION:

Address: 2550 Pleasant Hill Road
Cuisine: Korean bakery

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4 comments

  • Re: White Windmill Bakery and Cafe: Duluth
    posted by: Anonymous · September 3, 2007  10:55 AM

    If you’re looking for a latte, go to Starbucks or Caribou. The White Windmill Bakery has this expensive, high quality, gorgeous espresso machine but they’re not using high quality espresso. The latte tasted like a half and half of coffee and cream. There was no flavor, other than the warm milky cream flavor. I would’ve got more of a buzz from a cup of straight black coffee than from their latte. What a shame for their expense!
    Nonetheless their baked goods are gorgeous!

  • Re: White Windmill Bakery and Cafe: Duluth
    posted by: Anonymous · September 4, 2007  10:53 AM

    They opened another one on Buford Hwy.

  • Re: White Windmill Bakery and Cafe: Duluth
    posted by: Anonymous · December 16, 2008  1:06 PM

    A genuine cafe!
    I enjoy going over there with friends. It’s a great hangout for teenagers and young adults. Their goods are delicious and beautifully made with excellent designs. The tea and coffee there is decadent.

  • Re: White Windmill Bakery and Cafe: Duluth
    posted by: Sean · January 30, 2010  7:26 PM

    This.

    This was what led me to your blog years ago. I guess you could consider this the gateway post that led me into the Atlanta blogging scene eventually.

    I'm glad I found it 🙂

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