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Sweet Hut Bakery

Sweet Hut Bakery (BuHi)

Sweet Hut Bakery (BuHi)

There’s this new bakery in Asian Square that opened this past Saturday. Funny that it’s a Malaysian bakery catering to Korean people with Korean baked goods and Taiwanese snacks. The inside is really, really cute with purple chairs and tables. And you can hang around until 2AM on weekends! Like all new hip bakeries everywhere in Asia, this one is made to look the same — including self-serve style display cases. Grab a tray, line it with paper, pick up a pair of tongs, and choose away.

Sweet Hut Bakery (BuHi)

Sweet Hut Bakery (BuHi)

I am not that impressed with their French style bread and pastries. The croissants are crunchy and absent of flaky, buttery layers. Instead, they are dense and chewy. Other breads are merely passable. There’s a mocha bread that tasted more like brown sugar. If you want really, really good Asian bread/pastries, you’re better off going to Mozart across the street or HongKong Bakery next door. Bubble teas aren’t impressive either. Go to Quickly at the plaza next door for stellar boba. Other drinks are okay but nothing to write home about. Still, this is a hang out place where you can literally spend hours whiling time away but you won’t spend an arm and a leg for the goodies. Most baked goods start at around $1.

Sweet Hut Bakery (BuHi)

Sweet Hut Bakery (BuHi)

But wait. There is only ONE thing you MUST get here. The BLACK PIG. The label says squid ink, bacon, garlic.

Sweet Hut Bakery (BuHi)

But when I opened it… SPAM SURPRISE!!! O. M. G. This is the BEST bread in the world. You can hardly taste the squid ink in the bread but the garlicky slice of spam sandwiched inside is pure heaven. This bread IS heaven.

Run, don’t walk, do not pass Go, do not collect $200. Get that awesome Black Pig. You can thank me later.

Sweet Hut Bakery & Cafe
5150 Buford Hwy
Ste A-100
Doraville, GA 30341

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9 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Anon // May 7, 2012 at 4:02 pm

    The phone number posted above is not the correct number for the Sweet Hut – it’s a kind man’s land line who’d love it if they corrected this!

  • 2 Amy // May 10, 2012 at 12:57 pm

    the phone number of Sweet Hut Bakery is 404-996-1993 not 404-966-1993

  • 3 Tran // Jun 3, 2012 at 10:35 am

    I don’t remember there’s a sign at Sweet Hut that indicates they serve ONLY Koreans. If I remember correctly from the dozen of times that I have visited this place, it was not swamped by Koreans, not in the least bit. Please don’t mislead your readers.

  • 4 Chloe // Jun 3, 2012 at 7:19 pm

    I don’t remember ever saying this place is only for Koreans. Read again please.

  • 5 Alphavolvo // Jun 23, 2012 at 10:48 pm

    The place most likely is not only for Koreans. It is very reminiscent of many similar bakeries in Taiwan. Sure, sometimes it’s hard to tell Taiwanese pastry from Korean. But the menu items are all in English and Chinese only, with no Korean shown. Most customers seemed to be speaking Mandarin. So I don’t know where the reference to Korean came from. The owner could be Taiwanese, Mainland Chinese, or Chinese Malaysian. But with quite a few pastry items called Taiwanese this or Taiwanese that, it seemed they wanted it to be a Taiwanese style bakery.

  • 6 Tran // Jul 1, 2012 at 10:13 pm

    “Funny that it’s a Malaysian bakery catering to Korean people with Korean baked goods and Taiwanese snacks.” I’m not sure how else I should interpret this sentence then.

  • 7 Wei // Jul 15, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    You figure they pour so much money into that place, they would have a perfect health rating

  • 8 Yumazing: things you never knew // Nov 19, 2012 at 2:33 pm

    [...] try something different? The salted egg pastry at Sweet Hut is just the thing. You get salty and sweet at the same time. My [...]

  • 9 Knif3handl3r // Jan 6, 2013 at 4:05 pm

    I’m disappointed that you’ve not enjoyed Sweet Hut as much as Mozart, but I find the two styles vastly differ because of the cultures they cater to. The teas are spot on especially if you’ve had authentic ones in Taiwan. I find the baked goods follow the same suit if you’re getting genuine Taiwanese breads rather than boulangerie mimicry. In Atlanta, if you’re going for genuine French-inspired croissants in an Asian bakery of any sorts, you’ll lose out plain and simple. 85°C cafe chain in Taiwan would run circles around Sweet Hut and Mozart combined if you ever have an opportunity to try it. That being said, if your inclinations are more Chinese vs Korean, you will have a natural preference for one over the other. For the record though, Mozart may make great coffee, but leave bubble tea to the people who originated it. I applaud your attempt to shed light on a region not well-explored by Atlantean foodies, but I feel your perspective lacks gravity.

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