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Kinder Eggs in Venice (2007 edition)

Where might I have a reasonable chance of buying some? And how much can I expect to pay for a dozen?

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  1. You can buy Kinder Surprise Eggs at any Armenian market in the Valley, if you get desperature -- for certain sure at Karabagh Market on Victory west of Woodman, and I think at 99 Ranch too.

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    1. re: Das Ubergeek

      Any 99 Ranch (the chinese market)?

      We got one at the shop next to Ye Old King's Head at Santa Monica. I am tempted to say it was about $1.5 each. Never thought I'll see those again outside Switzerland/Germany.

      1. re: notmartha

        I think so, right up at the cashiers with the other impulse buys like Botan rice candy and dried squid tentacles. I saw them for certain sure at Claro's this weekend. They're the Polish variety, so they're called "Kinder Niespodzianka".

        I am glad to see our airlift of vowels to Eastern Europe has helped with the pronounceability of their languages. :-P

        1. re: Das Ubergeek

          Thanks! I never would have thought to look at Claro's or 99 Ranch.

          For a while my son was way hooked into those Kinder Eggs. I think we must have gotten at least a dozen while we were in Switzerland, and my sister mailed another 1/2 dozen after her trip to Germany. The best are the ones that have puzzle pieces ala mini-Legos.

    2. Market Gourmet on Abbot Kinney carries them all year round. You have to ask for them, they keep them hidden behind the counter.

      1. They have them and all kinds of other European chocolates at the English gift shop on 2nd Ave in Santa Monica. I think it's attached to the Ye Old King's Head Pub.

        1. They have them at Rockenwagner's R Bakery on Washinton near Beethoven

          --Dommy!

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          1. re: Dommy

            And at their 3 Square Bakery on Abbot Kinney.

          2. I think they had them at the checkouts at Bay Cities.