Flying Apron Bakery

Seattle, Washington


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Their cookies and rolls are great. My favorite item is the ginger spice cookie. The staff is friendly and the over all environment is nice (a little small but it adds character).

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A lovely little bakery with lots of options.

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Flying Apron is a cute, cozy coffeeshop/bakery. I had a Russian tea cookie ($3) which was decent, but a bit dry. I should have gotten a cookie instead. I also had a good cup of loose-leaf oolong tea, and I appreciate any cafe that serves loose-leaf over bagged stuff.

There's limited seating in Flying Apron, as all the tables are large. We shared ours with someone else. If you're coming with a laptop and tons of papers, don't expect to have much room to spread out.

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Usually I appreciate the Flying Apron--for their scones, stevia balls, excellent chocolate cake. But I was totally disappointed by their apple berry pie for Thanksgiving this year. The apples were not cooked, the filling around the apples was like glue and the crust itself was not completely cooked. Their breads have yet to be perfected--stick with the individual items and smaller batches of things and you should walk away satisfied.

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Fantastic scones! I have never been to the bakery I get their goods from the farmers market in west seattle or the PCC. I am never disappointed. Very Delicious and great texture, great cookies!

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So I've never actually been to the Flying Apron, but I had their pastries at the Eliott Bay Cafe. They were fantastic!

I got one of their brochures, which lists all the available items they make. Most are vegan and gluten-free, for those with allergies. They offer individual pastries, as well as whole cakes and pies. Special orders for birthdays, weddings, etc., are also possible.

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