Bread is my kryptonite. I love it. With lots of butter. I can live off of it forever. Dinho Bakery is like my heaven on earth. I’ve been coming here since I was young. Dinho was the first place in Atlanta to sell bánh mi. The Vietnamese baker lady (who has now retired) used to make these amazing French cakes with the most delicious cream cheese frosting that my mom would get for us regularly. These days, they specialize in breads. Vietnamese bakeries (more than Korean and Chinese) are my absolute favorite because of the more superior French style of baking. The breads and pastries are soft, buttery and yeasty; and the cakes are moist and decadent.
Mom got me these fresh-from-the-oven, still steaming loaves of red bean loaves. They were still steaming so she had to wait for them to cool before they can be sliced. There are other flavors such as coconut and butter (YUM). They make the best mocha rolls. They have pastries, bread, and cakes.
Loaves are baked at 10am everyday.
Unlike Korean bakeries, this one’s a hole-in-a-wall with absolutely no ambiance.
Bubble teas are pretty good.
Grab a newspaper and linger with your coffee and fresh-baked pastries.
Did you know? You must try the mocha roll.
Dinho Bakery & Cafe
5385 New Peachtree Rd
Atlanta, GA 30341