Chinatown's finest cake bakery turns out light and healthy cakes with peaches, strawberries and other fruits. The ... More
Eldo Cake House
Chinatown's finest cake bakery turns out light and healthy cakes with peaches, strawberries and other fruits. The desserts redefine the dreaded fruitcake by taking soft, sponge cake and sandwiching fresh fruits with delicate flavoring and light frosting. This bakery is well known across the city and you will often find a crowd in this small establishment with the big green sign out front. Cash only.
I love this place!!! Every time I go to Chinatown, I always have to get a dozen of those egg tarts. I also enjoy the sponge cake, and the fresh whipped cream cakes. The prices are great, the food is very fresh, and there's a good mix of items to choose from.
I've been a loyal customer for over 20 years. This place has really tasty cakes and pastries. Their coffee and tea drinks are really good too. My all time favorite is the pineapple cake. Remember, not the pineapple bun, the CAKE!! It's delicious. The have the best chestnut cakes too. The staff is friendly, bakery is clean. Service is pretty good too!
I love this place!! I started going here when I heard from friends how good the cake was...ten years ago!!!! I got yet another spectacular cake today- w/ strawberry filling.... took my breath away. Good job, again- Eldo Cake House!!!!! the cake is light and spongy, the whipped topping couldn't have a fresher taste, and the fruit was so fresh it was crisp!!!
They have the best birthday cakes!!! Beats traditional yellow or chocolate cakes hands down. The frosting is just right, not too thick, not too sugary. They're made with fresh fruits like strawberries, pineapples and peaches. Very very yum. Everyone I've ever bought a cake for from here loves the light fluffiness and the fruits.
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