We stopped by Saturday afternoon and they were closed. On the glass door was a white piece of paper indicating a lockout notice. Sad as the fam was looking forward to german pastries.
Bought apple strudel, it was very very good.There are ample parking even for big rigs(located on strip mall).Very friendly and informative owner.Their bake products are very good.
After this my third visit I will say Schugga's Bakery I am comfortable with the consistency of their product. German cuisine is very regional so if you lived in southern Germany and the flavor is not spot on don't bash the chef. The care of...More
this is the second attempt of this owner to start a German restaurant. this site will not last any longer than her Randolph Blvd site unless she changes things real fast. it has a somewhat difficult location. the inside is drab and lifeless, and usually...More
The title says it all. I don't expect to pay close to seven dollars for cardboard bread, but that is what I did. The pastry was stale with the slightest smear of cream cheese with the pastry tasting like bleached flour and sugar, no real...More
I was seeing restaurants local to my Mom's home and found this bakery on TripAdvisor, and I am so grateful. The food was excellent - we ended up eating lunch here three days in a row. Each day has a particular special lunch offering -...More
I hardly EVER give 5 stars....... I stumbled across this place on another food site where it got 4.5 stars so gave it a try - VERY happy I did ! The proprietor is from Heidelberg and is an old school chef, using original recipes....More
Sehr gut! Lecker lecker! I've been dying for some true German deliciousness ever since I flew back home from my one-month trip to Europe in 2011. The Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte is lovely, and though it does not contain the Kirsch liquor, it was fine by me...More