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Q: Best place to buy a birthday cake in Shanghai?

the good kind, not the nauseating cream-fests they love so much here...

10 years 21 weeks ago in  Food  - Shanghai

 
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If you really want something special and top notch, order a cake from Revital's Studio Cake Boutique. They make customized cakes on order. The pasty chef is foreign and has worked at prestigious restaurants in New York. They make cakes for all occasions. Here's the website:
http://www.revitalsstudio.com/

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I like cheese cake of The Westin Bund Center. Try it. Although I am the stuff of the hotel. It's really nice.

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10 years 20 weeks ago
 
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I found that Ichido has pretty good cakes.....

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Go here:

http://www.21cake.com

Not so much birthday cakes (they even say "square cakes from Europe" on the site) but as for actual quality cakes, these guys are top notch.

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Bake your own, it will sure taste better than anything form a shop. Surf online for some recipes. You will enjoy it more.

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