Bakeries in South San Francisco


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Noodle lovers flock to South San Francisco's Ling Nam Noodle House. Looking for low-fat, gluten-free meal options? Look no further at Ling Nam Noodle House. Youngsters are more than welcome to join mom and dad at Ling Nam Noodle House. You won't be able to make a reservation at Ling Nam Noodle House — make sure to plan accordingly. Whether you're coming from work or a ballgame, the dress code at laid-back Ling Nam Noodle House is come-as-you-are. You can also have Ling Nam Noodle House cater your next event. If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead. Ling Nam Noodle House is located near multiple parking solutions, including valet services and parking lots. Frugal foodies will especially love the prices at Ling Nam Noodle House, with a meal typically hovering under the $15 mark. Don't stop the late night fun yet, continue it with a delicious snack at Ling Nam Noodle House. No need to sweat your schedule — the restaurant is open 24 hours a day.
2211 Gellert Blvd
South San Francisco,
CA
US
Indulge in the selection of tasty treats at Galli's Sanitary Bakery — this bakery is not one to pass up. Low-fat is one factor and amazing taste is another. Come see which wins out at Galli's Sanitary Bakery. Let the kids come too! Little ones love the food and atmosphere at Galli's Sanitary Bakery just as much as their parents do. Score quick and easy seating for groups of any size at Galli's Sanitary Bakery. You can also grab your food to go. That's right! Galli's Sanitary Bakery will bring their delicious food to your house for any occasion. Free parking is available to Galli's Sanitary Bakery's diners that need it. You won't find better prices in town than at Galli's Sanitary Bakery, so grab all the snacks you can carry.
324 Grand Ave
South San Francisco,
CA
US
At most drinking establishments, the interaction with the customer begins and ends at ordering, save for a question about adding a vague amount of milk or sugar. Not at Raging Boba—here, the drink makers ask guests to taste their bubble tea before being served and offer suggestions. This allows the shop to tweak each serving to a visitor's particular taste for sweetness, flavor, and straw thickness. This care extends to Raging Boba's snow ice, a Taiwanese fruit concoction topped with jellies and boba pearls.
719 Camino Plaza
San Bruno,
CA
US
The pastry chefs at Auntie Em's Fine Foods & Pastries bake trays of fluffy cupped creations in flavors both familiar and inspired by Filipino traditions. Cupcake-cravers pick one flavor for their dozen from the menu, with such selections as carrot cake, chocolate ganache, and red velvet, the latter named for its improvisational use as a fabric swatch. Favored tastes from the Philippines include ube cupcakes—lent a vibrant purple color by a type of yam—and buko pandan, which are infused with coconut and pandan essence. Customers must phone in or skywrite their orders at least 24 hours in advance.
1127 El Camino Real
South San Francisco,
CA
US
The bakers at Sweet Dreams know it takes more than just fresh ingredients to produce their tasty treats?it also takes imagination. That's why they form their customized apple-spice and cookies-and-cream cakes into the shape of cartoonish robots, realistic-looking iPhones, and elegant designs that match wedding themes. They apply this level of attention to detail to their cookies, tarts, cheesecakes, and other creations, too: 12 cupcake flavors, including red velvet and caramel apple, take the form of Hello Kitty! designs and hamburgers. While Sweet Dreams' desserts may be fleeting, the consideration the company shows its customers is not. Bakers treat their wedding clients to a complimentary cake on the couple's one-year anniversary, and they also play their wedding song using instruments that only make silent music.
7743 El Camino Real
Colma,
CA
US
In 1937, something hot, delicious, and glazed rolled through the sleepy town of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Seventy-seven years later, Vernon Rudolph's secret doughnut recipe lives on within the hundreds of Krispy Kreme locations scattered across the globe as well as within the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History, where Krispy Kreme is heralded as a 20th-century American icon. The entire doughnut-making process, which customers can view up close and personal at many of Krispy Kreme?s outposts, begins with fresh ingredients and ends with the click of a fluorescent sign bearing the words, "Hot Doughnuts Now." From the original, mold-breaking glazed doughnut to newer doughnut varieties, such as Chocolate Iced with Kreme Filling, Glazed Raspberry Filled, and Glazed Chocolate Cake, each round dainty pairs with piping-hot coffee for a compact snack easily tucked into a pocket or clown shoe.
1575 Sullivan Ave.
Daly City,
CA
US

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