Updated: 12th Jan 2015; This restaurant is closed according to Urbanspoon.com.
LotusRapper recommended Liberty Bakery to us. Liberty Bakery is located at the corner of Main St and E. 21st Ave. You will not miss this bright orange building. There are street parkings and two parking spots at the rear of the bakery.
Liberty Bakery is an European style bakery with a Swedish chef. It is just perfect for Polly and me because it opens early, i.e. 8 am.
The interior decoration is simple and rustic. The furnitures are made of wood and painted colourfully. The decoration theme seems to focus on crows as there were quite a few crows posters on the walls.
There is even a wooden crow on the display window. Hmm, to the Asians, crow brings bad luck. I wonder what crows means to other ethnic society?
Liberty Bakery serves pastries….
… tarts, cookies …
… sandwiches, chocolate coated cakes…
… muffins and cakes.
We ordered four items to share because the items are small and only cost less than $3 each. Polly and I will not miss to try any cheesecakes. So, we ordered a slice of cherry cheesecake, …
… and a slice of apple cheesecake for $2.50 each. These cheesecakes are less sinful as there are not a lot of cream cheese in them. So, we can enjoy them without feeling guilty.
In addition, we ordered a slice of cinnamon custard cake which is crunchy on the top due to the almond coating and the cake is sweet and moist due to the custard filing. This slice costs for $1.75.
We also ordered a Dobos slice which is layered cake coated in chocolate and topped with almonds. The hard coating is a good contrast to to soft cake inside. This slice costs $2.50.
Both of us also ordered a Mocha to enjoy with the cakes. The Mocha costs $3.00.
Overall, this is a good place to enjoy a cup of coffee with your favourite cakes or pastries , especially with the company of a good friend. LotusRapper, thank you for your recommendation.