While my family was here over the weekend we also ventured through the rain to White Windmill Bakery & Cafe, one of the trendy Korean bakeries in town. This place has a great selection of baked goods, chocolates, cakes and teas and I noticed this visit that they also offer frozen yogurt (it looked similar to Yoforia's original flavor). The sweets here tend to be subtly sweet rather than over the top, and much of the offerings reminded me of my time in Japan. This is a neat place to take out of town visitors who are not familiar with Koren bakeries.
Grandma and Mom check out the pastry counter.
The bakery provides baskets to hold your goodies while you shop. My favorite pastry is the one on the left (I got two!). It's a sweet, crumbly dough with cream inside. Sometimes it has a slightly nutty taste. I had similar pastry in Japan so it brings back good memories.
Rows of different pastries with descriptions.
Cakes on display.
Mocha cake my stepfather picked out.
Tea service - this pineapple green tea was delicious.