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What You'll Get
Desserts let people satisfy their cravings for sweets without tapping a maple tree or milking bees for their honey. Soak up sucrose with this Groupon.
$5 for $10 Worth of Chinese Baked Goods
Kee Wah Bakery stocks pastries that range from bags of homemade ginger cookies ($4.95), to bags of pineapple paste cakes ($7.85), and gift boxes of low-sugar moon cakes with white lotus seed ($31.80), which are seasonally available during the fall. The self-serve pastry case allows cake connoisseurs and bun buffs to peruse a variety of other sweet treats, such as egg tarts ($1.20). New items include a coffee bun ($1.10), cream stick ($1), and apple box ($1.50).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 1, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid Sept 15—30. Not valid for the purchase of gift cards. Cash only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Kee Wah Bakery
The first Kee Wah Bakery appeared in Hong Kong in 1938, where its moon cakes, bridal cakes, and other pastries gradually generated a loyal clientele. In 1985, when much of that clientele had migrated to the United States, Kee Wah set down new roots in LA to offer its signature floury goods to Californians. Patrons pick from crispy egg tarts, red-bean swirls, and pineapple crust buns using a self-serve bakery system, which is refilled with fresh breads baked three times a day. During the autumn, when the Chinese Lunar Festival is in full swing, the bakery churns out moon cakes filled with lotus seed and red-bean paste. The shop's four locations in the San Gabriel Valley—Monterey Park, San Gabriel, Rowland Heights, and Arcadia—help meet the demand for Chinese wedding cakes and almond cookies throughout the valley.