While their creme puffs are too die for, their other items fell extremely short. I tried their Boston creme, regular creme, regular donut, egg sandwich jawn, and eclair... all of these were dry/thick doughy and hardly flavorful, and the donuts had a tease of creme. Overall, I travelled over an hour because of the reviews... Go somewhere else unless your really hurting for some disappointment.
Awesome bakery for GF folks. Bagels are great and brownies are incredible! Enjoy!
This facility is 100% gluten free. They also have GF/DF cupcakes (chocolate and vanilla on a Saturday when I went - nothing special) and multiple flavors of GF/DF breads and bagels (cinnamon raisin bagels only on Saturdays). No vegan butter, though, so I had to stop at the grocery store to buy some to enjoy my bagel. Bagels are thick, delicious, and filling. GF (not DF) donuts were "not as good as regular donuts," but my non-GF company said they'd get them again. Bring cash because there's a $10 threshold to use your card. We had already purchased $29 of food and coffee when I realized I forgot 1 coffee. I wasn't able to purchase it because it was $4, and I only had $1 in cash. To-go hot coffee cup was leaking all over and flimsy, leaving us with coffee all over the car and ourselves. Somewhat disappointing in a few ways, but I'd probably go again.
Limited selection, with only a couple dairy-free options, but I was beyond thrilled with my (two!) cupcakes. The taste and texture reminded me of a cupcake bakery back in Boston that I'd been sorely missing since I moved to Philadelphia. Thank you, Plum!
The best for celiacs!!
Their donuts and rugelach came highly recommended as seen on reviews and the folks at the restaurant ( Plum On Park ). We got to the bakery to late and kind of wound up choosing goodies from the bottim of the barrel. We did get the rugelach and enjoyed it. Brownie was pretty good and a cupcake was enjoyed. Got a loaf of cinnamon raisin bread which is pretty good considering it's gluten free. Pizza Pocket, Scone, and chocolate chip cookies would not get again. Basically, I'm not too impressed with the bakery. The restaurant( Plum on Park) was outstanding though.
Absolutely love their donuts. The cinnamon sugar are my favorite! The shop is so cute and the workers are very nice
Delicious food. Great service. Gluten free options. Healthy. A++
The chocolate eclair is perfect!! I also go bagels and a Boston cream donut covered in chocolate. Can't wait to try the rest. My son is moving to NYC so we will make the detour when we can!!
The best chocolate eclair and cream puffs that I have ever had. And I love the black and white cookies. The sandwich bread is soft and the only bread that my son will eat. Definitely worth the trip. Reserve your goods. Everything goes early.
I don't know what the other reviewers experienced but I find Plum to be a dream come true. Bagels and doughnuts and pastries like nothing I've had anywhere else in 16 years of celiac. You must go there!!
Super clean, super friendly, easy parking and reasonable prices. The rugelach was the tastiest selection with a rich raspberry-raisin filling and a buttery crust. But we found everything had that telltale gluten-free gritty mouth-feel. Thr donuts were tough, dense and gummy. Cookie dough was lackluster and gritty. The bagel chips will be a nice vehicle for cheese or hummus, but in and of themselves, entirely lacked seasoning or flavor.
I've tried this place a couple times and it's disappointing. They seem to have one dough recipe that they try to make taste like doughnuts or cinnamon rolls or whatever. All of tastes like is dense weird bread. All of it tastes the same. I've made better things from box mix
my review is according to my experience and what I ordered. chocolate chip cookies 8/10 vanilla cupcake 3/10. too much butter cream not enough cake, couldn't eat all of the butter cream. cheddar biscuit thingy 1/10 . bad texture, crumbles in hand, weird flavor, cheddar adds no flavor or enjoyment. They need to revamp this completely. I heard the bagels are good. need to try it out.
So good and very safe!
Excellent & entirely gluten free. They also do not use soy & almost no oats (only in the oatmeal cookies) for those cross-reactive types. Fresh baguettes, cinnamon rolls, creme puffs, bagels, pumpkin pie, and on & on. Get there early -- they close when they run out. Bagels go fast!!
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