Chimney Cake NYC

Bakery
10-50 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101 10-50 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City Directions
+17187861818
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96% of 23 customers recommended
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Report | 3 years ago
Very good
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Delicious, and such friendly service!
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They are wonderful there, very kind.
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Report | 3 years ago
Friendly staff, tasty chimney cakes! I love that the cakes are not too sweet and have different toppings, I liked the cinnamon sugar topping the best.
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Report | 3 years ago
I love the chimney cakes. They're delicious, and the owners there are really nice. I intend to return a lot!
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Report | 4 years ago
it is something different. very good cake. staff is very very friendly!!!!!
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Nice people, delicious cakes!
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YUM YUM ; )

From Our Editors

For hundreds of years, Hungarian women in Transylvania have prepared kürtőskalács, or chimney cakes, by wrapping freshly kneaded, sugar-covered dough around wooden cylinders and then baking it in brick ovens. The menu at Chimney Cake NYC exclusively features variations of the hollow, spiral-shaped desserts, including the traditional cake—a thin, yeasty pastry with a caramelized-sugar crust. Though all cakes incorporate organic milk and eggs, updated versions bear toppings such as coconut flakes, crushed walnuts, and iPod shavings. Steamy cups of coffee, espresso, and organic tea accompany the cakes, cleansing palates between bites.

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