Jenny Bakery, Hong Kong

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About Jenny Bakery, Hong Kong

Jenny Bakery, Hong Kong - Address

Address: 號, 23 Wing Wo St, Central, Hong Kong

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Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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Overview of Jenny Bakery

Home to Jenny Bakery is the city of Hong Kong in the country of Hong Kong. Jenny Bakery is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of Hong Kong.

Important attractions of the city include Victoria Peak, Hong Kong Disneyland, Star Ferry, Tian Tan Buddha and Ocean Park. You can also discover other things to do in Hong Kong on TripHobo.

Hong Kong tours ideally do not include a visit to Jenny Bakery.

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Getting around Jenny Bakery, Hong Kong

Taxi

It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly HKD 130, taking around 11 minutes. The distance between the two points is 9.87 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Subway - Subway

The transit method is Subway to Sunny Bay Station, costing around HKD 20. The duration of the trip is 20 minutes. From Sunny Bay Station, take a Subway to Disneyland Resort. The duration of this trip is 6 minutes. It will cost you an approximate expense of HKD 1. The total distance is 23.13 Kilometre.

Taxi

Suggested transit method is Taxi. The distance between the points being 25.55 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 21 minutes. The expense of the trip is HKD 290.

Car

The most preferred mode of transport is Car. The transit will take around 21 minutes, covering a distance of 25.55 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 5.

Towncar

Take a Towncar. The total distance will be 25.55 Kilometre costing HKD 270 and the duration of the trip will be 21 minutes.

Public Transport : Subway

Best transit method is Subway. The distance is 3.03 Kilometre, costing around HKD 4. The duration of the trip is 6 minutes.

Ferry

Suggested transit method is Ferry. The distance between the points being 1.08 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 6 minutes. The expense of the trip is HKD 3.

Public Transport : Bus - Ferry

The mode of transport is Bus taking you to Central Ferry Piers. The transit will take around 3 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly HKD 1. From Central Ferry Piers you can proceed to Tsim Sha Tsui by taking the Ferry. The duration to reach will be 6 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly HKD 3. The total distance covered will be 1.89 Kilometre.

Taxi

Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 7.54 Kilometre costing HKD 110 and the duration of the trip will be 7 minutes.

Walk

You can reach Star Ferry on foot. The distance is 2.41 Kilometre and it will take around 48 minutes.

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  • Got a box for the first time this month. Was impressed by the coffee one. The package was also very good - have bubble wraps to protect the cookies

  • 我很懷疑Jenny's bakery這家上環店員工要不是家庭成員不怕被炒,要不跟老闆有仇想老闆快點執苙,態度不是一點的差,還會歧視旅客,不管中外(2個阿嬸店員以為別人不會聽,就在那說是道非。)曲奇還可以,跟butter shortbread 差不多,但感覺奶油和牛油用更多。 I think Jenny's bakery 's employees are either family members or hate their boss so much that want the store shut down soon. Their attitude is not just rude but also discriminate on the tourists because they think most of them don't understand Cantonese so they can talk bad behind their back. My sister who works in that area says most of her colleagues hate it so much and it's only popular to tourists who didn't know them well but heard from those press. The cookies just taste like butter shortbread , but I think they use lot more butter and cream to make it more fluffy.

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  • Cookies are one of the best of its kind. Service is one of the WORST in Hong Kong. Always a struggle whether to patronize or not.

  • The cookie may taste good, but customer experience is utterly awful. The company is well-known for its racist, discriminating attitude toward HongKonger as Jenny's believe most of us are poor and is not match for their luxurious cookie that cater only rich Mainland- Chinese customers. Last month I went there, asked the lady there if I could try their cookie before I buy (in cantonese), she then asked me to "buzz off" because they were too busy serving customers. When I heard that, I felt so offended and I continued questioning the lady why she had to speak to me like that. She then said they had many customers and all of them could afford their cookies, so I should either take it or leave it. I'm typing this today as i saw the news about Jenny Cookie's on Yahoo! And as a customer, I feel that it is my responsibility to tell my fellow HongKongers that their bad business practice shouldn't be encouraged. We should stay strong and boycott those business whose sole purpose is to sell off stuff to mainlanders, including Jenny and those bad-faith drug-store.

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  • What a long queue for cookies! But it was a must-buy for my friend so we queued anyway. It was a particularly pleasant experience as the staff weren't very friendly (as expected), but they did manage the crowd in an orderly fashion. On some popular days, there's actually a limit on the number of boxes you can buy. And if you queue multiple times, the storekeepers may stop you from buying as they may think you will be re-selling the cookies elsewhere! Nonetheless, a good gift for friends and family if you're here on a holiday. I like the butterfly cookies more as they are crumbly and buttery. I did hear that the mixed nuts ones are nice too but they're always sold out!

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