Atlanta is no stranger to Asian Bakeries, which are typically cute and tasty experiences where large posse gatherings don’t get the evil eye as they often do at Starbucks from those moody freelancers who made the mistake of leaving headphones at home. In that regard, Honey Bits Taiwanese Bakery does not disappoint; spacious, under crowded and providing the standard fare, Jin and I made out like bandits with our mobile Scoutmob (one of the darlings of Atlanta startups) applied to already cheap prices. =)
Were the Bits o’ Honey as delightful as anticipated? Find out more after the jump!
Lest I forget, here are some important details:
5231 Buford Hwy NE
Doraville, GA 30340
Wednesday morning, 10:00 am(ish), Jin and I haul our second children into a quiet, semi bustling Honey Bits (full disclosure, Jin is two minutes early, and I am fifteen minutes late). Several customers swing in and out for caffeine and breakfast pastries, but we are the only ones to dine in. My wiggly toddler (nearly 3) zig zags through the empty seating area, containing her energy to stealing seat cushions and hoarding them at our spot near the front.
But I digress, here is our review of the treats:
All this for less than $10! Based on the time of day, company, and prices we count this as a winning snack date. Of course, all of those factors including competition (4 other Asian Bakeries in immediate surroundings!) determine each person’s experience. Has anyone else made it out yet?
How does Honey Bits rate in your book?
Don’t forget to mention our Kimchi Belles review when you go (and make sure to use your mobile Scoutmob for 50% off!)!
I left out the venue pics–so sorry, folks!