“Best cookie on earth,” says “Uncle” Biff Ledgerwood when asked to describe his product. All the employees nod their heads in agreement and add that the cookies are made from only the best ingredients, too. This is no lie. For the past twenty years Uncle Biff and his cookie crew have been supplying Hillcrest and Pacific Beach with some of the tasty treats in San Diego. Chocolate chip, with or without nuts, is a classic choice, but the Original Killer Cookie and the variety of peanut flavored cookies are what really make you drool. The shop is simple and to the point: you walk in, you see the rows of freshly baked cookies in front of you, and you walk out happy with a few boxes in your hands. While the cookies are usually warm and soft, the service at Uncle Biff’s comes with a dry sense humor. Biff and his employees like to joke around with each other, as well as their clientele, so do not start eating your dessert until you have vacated the premises (it could be a choking hazard). Typically there are no major sales or discounts on cookies, but Uncle Biff’s does off a standard “buy one dozen cookies, get two free” deal. The neon sign that hangs in the store window reads: KILLER COOKIES because of the fact that once you eat them, you will feel like you died and went to cookie heaven. Make sure that the next you’re your sweet tooth is acting up to kill it with this sweet cookie.
I was wondering if you are able to sell some frozen breadfruit...there are other asian markets in northern california that sell this product. It is a common fruit in Guam and the marianas islands, including the philippines. It is sometime mistaken as jackfruit, but it really is a different fruit. I hope you'll be able to sell it, since I have not been able to find it anywhere in San Diego. Also in Guam a product from Japan call "Yours" Lemon Powder is a favorite item that we have not been able to find here. Mind you if some of the Guamainian and Filipinos know you are selling these items it will be a news worthy to pass on to our fellow friends and family.....I hope you'll make the effort to provide these items...it will be a great reminder of home sweet home...meanwhile I continue to shop at your store, because although "H" market and Vieng Hong is there as well as Seafood City...we love the atmosphere and the cleanliness and hospitality we receive each time we come to your establishment. Thank you and I hope that one day these things will be found in your shelf soon.
If you’re looking for an Asian grocery store in San Diego with low prices and excellent customer services; shop at Minh Hoa and avoid over-priced Vinh Dong and other Asian stores. Although other stores might have bigger aisles, brighter lights, and roomy parking spaces, but their over-all prices are not “Customer friendly.” In term of size, Minh Hoa maybe small compared to the other Asian grocery stores, but their prices are the lowest in San Diego. Minh Hoa has good selections on meat, seafood, vegetables, and exotic fruits. If you’re looking for ingredients to make famous Vietnamese dishes such as spring rolls, egg rolls, Pho, etc. you’ll find all the ingredients at Minh Hoa. If you like fried fish, Minh Hoa will fry your purchased fish for Free!