Date registered: September 19, 2013
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Thanks Invisible! You can tell that I am a new comer and just discovering around. Indeed today I was wondering and found at least 2 andersen shops in tongzilin. Well, what I can say, I liked their banana bread since is not as oily as usual chinese pastries. I do like the Matedo bread, and just found a matedo store across the street of the raffles mall (though the selection at the supermarket is much larger than the one in their own shop). Probably the brands you've indicated are trying to copy western style bread, well it works for me and now I will try them as well :) just thought on sharing my discoveries. I am conscious that i am not in europe anymore ;)
Discovered a great bakery and wanted to write a review but found that it is not listed in tripadvisor (where I usually post my comments) and it seems that there is no website in Chengdu to comment (you can only comment about the places the website administrators have available?!!?). I think I will start my own blog!). Well one of the bakeries is Andersen Bakery and the address according to google is Xinxiwang Road, Wuhou, Chengdu, Sichuan, China (according to my map is Xingxi Wang Lu road), a couple of blocks from Oakwood Residence. The website listed is andersen-bakery.com but I tried the link and it doesn't work. It is a very small shop but I found a banana bread that tastes as if you baked one -occidental style-. Found another bakery that is more known since is has a branch in Tongzilin. The name is Holyland, also good pastries, chinese style. My differentiation between occidental and chinese style is the amount of oil that you'll find in the products ;)
do you have more info about the english or bilingual sessions?? I've just called but they told me that there is no english available. Thanks!