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Q: Where can I buy some delicious cookies here in China?

My cookie jar is empty. You know how it is.

7 years 48 weeks ago in  Food  - China

 
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I have found some good ones at bakery stores (like coconut flavor).  Also at some large chains of supermarkets too.  It is mostly trial and error, if have not taste them ever, buy the sma;;est package, so if I dislike would not mind that much getting rid of them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Buy imported ones from metro.... Now a days imported food section is there in most smaller supermarkets as well.. Like lotte, centurymart .... 

 

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You must really be passionate about cookies!! Tim Tams are seriously delicious and am sure they would satisfy your undoubtedly sophisticated taste for good quality cookies.

 

They are available (though terribly overpriced) from Cityshop in Shanghai and many other large supermarkets with a solid foreign range.  

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Oreos are the most popular cookie in China, never tried one, flavours are different for Chinese and I think less sweet.

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As you must know yourself Cookiemonster, the best cookies are the homemade ones. So go to Carrefour or any other big supermarket and buy yourself a chunk of butter, eggs, flour, sugar and chocolate and off you go and make your own!

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Welcome Cookie Monster! If I hear someone say 'delicious' one more time I'm going postal.

 

There are many d* cookies in all parts of China. Just ask.

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Well, Cookie Monster I've found that... wait a second. Helping verbs? Article adjectives!? Your disregard of the growly vernacular has given you away, you imposter! What have done with the real Cookie Monster!

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I like quduoduo, (chips ahoy)

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