03/09/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Having lived in Manhattan and jaunted down the Champs Elysees a few times- I know an overpriced hack when it passes over my tongue. If you like to pay, and I mean pay- you can get a few day old, DRY, $50 dollar 9"" cake with rotting fruit on top too. They didn't even offer to freshen up the garnish, as most high end bakeries do. Not that most Utahans will notice- believing high cost translates to quality. If Tulie put as much of their passion for money into their baking - it could be transcendent, rather than an overpriced, rehash of Tartine in San Fran. www.tartinebakery.c o m Seriously, Tartine should get a royalty.
05/07/2011Provided by Citysearch -
but, not all of the time and yes the staff is friendly and even talks to each other and to the customers, how nice!
BUt the product is exceptional after one of the these cakes and pastries you will never again want to waste your calories on a Costco cake. This bakery is on par with some of the finest bakeries I have ever visited and by far the best bakery in Salt Lake.
04/21/2010Provided by Citysearch -
When there isn't a line. They are usually too busy conversating with each other. Then when they finally do help you it takes another 10 mins. for you to get what you ordered even if it is just a cookie!
But if that doesn't bother you, maybe the hair thats baked in to your pastry might!
Could be a nice place if they cared more about their customers and put on some hairnets!