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Posted by kevin on 05/31/2007
We went down there to try them & we did but neither one of us feel the need to make that long journey again.
Posted by Total Foodie on 04/10/2007
I LOVE donut plant donuts!! Once you try them you'll never go anywhere else! I prefer the cake donuts (the smaller ones) to the big, yeast donuts. My favorite flavors are the tres leches (a cake donut with glaze on the outside and infused with 3 different kinds of sweetened, condensed milk...OMG so good!!), the blackout donut (a chocolate cake donut with chocolate glaze, chocolate crumbles, and the inside is filled with chocolate pudding = heavenly!), and the coconut creme-filled donut (a yeast donut with coconut glaze and dried coconut on the outside with a coconut cream center that is light and amazing!). Okay, I'm drooling! Can't wait to go back! :-) Oh, and the counter help is super duper nice!
Posted by Jim G on 11/27/2006
These were the best donuts that i have ever had!! People need to understand a few things though.........sort of/kind of expensive, it is NY though, right? This is not a sit down coffeehouse/Dunkin donuts place. I went and bought 1/2 dozen and ate them with my daughter while driving to park the car. The donuts were awesome. Can i say the best in the city...i have not been to them all to say that, but, these were the best that i have had. Also understand that the selection is not great, there were maybe 8-10 varieties when i went, i basically got one of each...all were great. Guy behind the counter was very helpful.
Posted by debjoy81 on 10/09/2006
Yummy donuts! They look big, but they're quite light and perfectly sweet. I tried the raspberry donut which was made with fresh pureed raspberries and you could really taste the flavor of the fruit. Sooo good! I can't wait to go back and taste more flavors!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/09/2006
Everything about this place and the food was amazing. Hands down one of my favorite places in the city.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/19/2006
For a doughnut? Are you kidding me? That better be the lightest, sweetest, most perfect doughnut on the planet. Guess what: it ain't! I tried the $3 rose petal doughnut. BFD! There are a plethora of chinese bakeries in the neighborhood with doughnuuts far and away better than this joint for only a few dimes.
Posted by Native NYer on 03/24/2006
Based on other reviews I was expecting subtle flavors and soft textures, light and delicate - a rewarding doughnut. What I got had the texture of microwaved bread, tough and chewey, and just wet with fat, oozing and indigestible. The flavors in the dough were dead; no hints of yeast and sugar. I tried three of these doughnuts about a year ago. Their memory is unfortunately still with me.