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LOOKING FOR A GREAT BAKERY IN RANCHO CUCAMONGA

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WINDELLA Dec 19, 2006 04:10 PM

I'M HAVING A BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR MY 99 YEAR OLD GRANDMOTHER IN JANUARY,I'M LOOKING FOR A GREAT BIRTHDAY CAKE,ANY BAKERY IDEAS? ANYONE TRIED TASTEFUL CAKES IN CORONA?

  1. soulimar Jul 11, 2007 06:04 PM

    I know this has long past.. but regarding tasteful cakes in Corona. I ordered a cake there for a friends birthday. It was terrible. Tasteless cake and the frosting was like rubber in both taste and texture. This was medium sized round cake for $60! Not worth it. Big dissapointment.

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      WINDELLA Aug 2, 2007 09:01 PM

      I wish I had known .We ordered the cake for my Grandmother's birthday party and i agree with you,it was terrible!! Beautiful cakes but no taste and expensive.

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      Ela0427 Aug 3, 2007 05:16 PM

      Next time try Simple Simons downtown Riverside. I have not been there in years but they used to have great cakes. There was a cake place in Claremont downtown, I think it was called upper crust or something like that.

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        hector rios Jan 24, 2008 08:53 AM

        I KNOW OF A BAKERY BUT IT'S ALL THE WAY IN E.L.A. ITS ON 3857 E. WHITTIER BLVD, LOS ANGELES CA CALLED EL PARAISO BAKERY. I ACTUALLY BOUGHT A CAKE THERE CALLED 1000 OJAS. WHICH STANDS FOR ONE THOUSAND LAYERS OF LEAFS. THIS IS JUST A NAME FOR THE CAKE. THE CAKE IS MADE OF VERY THIN LAYERS OF BREAD. I MEAN IT WAS THE BEST CAKE. I BOUGHT A CAKE FOR 60 DOLLARS. THIS WAS THE MOST AMAZING CAKE I HAVE EVER TRYED. COMPLETELY HAPPY.

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