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Jan 27, 2014 03:41 PM

Cocohodo for walnut pastries in Sunnyvale

There are already several outposts of this Korean chain in socal, but they finally opened one up here late last year and I stopped by on Sunday morning.

They make little cakes filled with red bean pastry, the center of which is a walnut. There's a fascinating machine in the kitchen that takes batter and walnut and spits out the pastry.

It smells wonderful inside - like any place that's baking pastries, but especially like Beard Papa.

We got the "snack pack", which contains 9 pieces for $3.50. Each piece is individually wrapped, which unfortunately means they get a little soggy.

I found the red bean a bit too sweet, but there's a childish pleasure in finding and crunching the walnut. I actually think they taste better cold.

Same plaza as Palace BBQ, but in the other building.

1082 E El Camino Real, Ste 6, Sunnyvale, CA 94087

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  1. Thanks for the report. Are there other places in the Bay Area that sell these pastries? Especially other places in SF?

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    1. Cocohodo is near Hankook Korean Supermarket, next to India Chaat Cuisine on E. El Camino Real in Sunnyvale.

      It's a small cafe that sells drinks and the Korean red bean pastry with walnuts inside.

      They make them fresh there and the machines run continuously and it's fun to watch.

      Ask for a sample & you get 1 FREE whole one! Yay! They are warm when you get it.

      Bag sizes:
      Small bag $3.50 for 9pcs; Medium $5.75 for 15pcs; Lg $7.75 for 21 pcs.

      Box sizes:
      S $15.50 for 36pcs; M $22.50 for 56 pcs; Lg $32 for 84pcs

      I got a small bag for $3.50/9pcs - you can charge it!

      They have separate bathrooms.

      1. Cocohodo pastries are great, definitely try this cafe if you are in Sunnyvale. They also have really good plum tea.
        If you are interested in other cafes in Bay Area, read my post: