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Q: Where can I buy doughnuts in Beijing?

9 years 32 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

 
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dunkin donut all over many bakeries and holilands sells them quality will vary, upscale supermarkets in the bakery section

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That's not an answer. I want proper names and addresses so I can hop in a cab and satisfy my craving NOW!

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Every try Google? Holy crap...

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if i were in beijing i could satisfy your craving my answer tells you to go to the nearest holliland or the nearest upscale supermarket their all over the place get on a bus 10 minutes later you will see one.
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I was in guomao today, the fancy center on the southwest corner... the little foodcourt there had a space with a huge banner of doughnuts and a sign that said "opening soon"

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