A few months ago, I went to Tiffany’s Bakery in San Francisco for dinner.
Tiffans owners are Chinese and they offer an array of sweet treats and snacks to complement the rich Chinese dishes.
After a long day of eating at Tiffannys, I had a little time to chat with the owners, who are very welcoming and charming.
They also had a delicious Chinese dessert, which I will share with you in this article.
Tiffanys is a small bakery with only two locations in San Jose, but it has become a big hit with Chinese tourists, with many visiting from China to celebrate the Lunar New Year.
I found that Tiffananys was the perfect location to meet up with a friend and share a dessert and a few words with them about the city and Chinese culture.
The dessert: The first dessert was a chinese dessert that tasted like a dessert made with chocolate and sugar.
It was a rich, chocolate-filled, buttermilk pancake topped with a golden batter that was a bit soft, but rich and soft.
When I put it on the table, it was a little too soft, so I tried the thinner version.
It turned out that it was more like a soft pancake, but the richness of the batter and the rich chocolate added a lot of flavor to it.
If you’re in a rush, just order the thinner and it’s good.
There were lots of choices in the batter.
The first choice was the pancake batter.
This was a big winner with the sweetest of sweet tastes.
At the table was a few options of chocolate covered cake.
Crispy to the touch and filled with buttercream, these were the most filling of the three desserts I tried.
You could also add a little sprinkling of white sugar to give it a nice crunchy texture.
Here’s what I thought: This cake is very sweet, but is not overly sweet.
While the batter was soft and rich, the chocolate filling was rich and chocolatey.
My partner loved it.
She had this lovely line of cookies and a couple of chocolate-covered cakes.
All three desserts were good, but I liked the thinner batter better.
What I like about this recipe: It’s easy to make.
A few ingredients are needed to make the batter, but most of the time you can just whisk everything together.
With all three desserts, the batter is very rich, so it’s not difficult to make a good, rich dessert.
Baking time is about 1 hour.
Where to get it: TIFFANIES Bakery is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.am to 11 p..m.; there are hours between 11 a.k. and 12 p.k., but the bakery is closed on the weekends.
For more Chinese food in the Bay Area, check out these places: Beijing Chinese Baker (Chinese) Chinese Bakery (Chinese) Tender (Mandarin) Gourmet Chinese Bakeria Tibetan Bagel (Chinese) Tiffani’s Bakeries Mongolian Cuisine (Thai) Chinese Restaurant (Dong) Bunyan (Czech) Sichuan Cuisine