Asian-inspired French pastries line the shelves of Sugar Dough Bakehouse, located in the Audubon Park Garden District of Orlando. These creamy and flaky treats are served alongside house-brewed coffees and teas. This includes incredibly unique flavors like Cookies & Cream Lattes.
I’ve heard about Sugar Dough Bakehouse from many different Orlando locals, and I was so excited to visit for the first time! As soon as I walked in, it was immediately apparent to me that this shop looked so similar to Light on the Sugar Bakery in Winter Park – one of my favorites! I later discovered that my hunch was correct. Sugar Dough Bakehouse is owned by the same husband and wife duo who created Light on the Sugar!
Sweets and Treats
At Sugar Dough Bakehouse, there are a plethora of different treats to try. From sweet to savory, I had such a hard time deciding! However, I ended up trying one flavor of each type of pastry, and all of them were superb!
The employees working suggested their Pistachio and Raspberry “cruffin” – a mixture of a croissant and muffin! Seriously, the dough that they use to make all of their treats is so light and flaky, and all of the flavors in these snacks are so fresh and tasty. They also have refined versions of pop tarts, and the strawberry one was sweet enough to take me back to the nostalgia of my childhood. I definitely recommend the Taro Croissant, it reminded me so much of the Ube desserts at Light on the Sugar!
As far as the savory foods go, there were options for a variety of flavors of danishes. I selected the tomato, cheese, and pesto pastry, which was absolutely delectable.
The drink menu at Sugardough Bakehouse is also very vast, with options like classic espresso. Then there are revolutionary creations like Taro Lattes and Tiramisu Floats. Right now, for the summer, they are serving up a Watermelon Lemonade. Take it from me who’s had several of their lemonades before, it’s bound to be delicious.
Asian flavors unite with French pastry creations at Sugar Dough Bakehouse, located in the Audubon Park Garden District of Orlando. For succulent and fresh flavors that do not disappoint, check out their shop!
Audubon Park Garden District
The Audubon Park Garden District of Orlando is an extremely popular place because of its variety of local restaurants and bakeries, as well as fun activities to do close by. Palmer’s Garden and Goods is one of my personal favorites, where you can browse through plants while sipping on a glass of wine. East End Market is another popular place in this area as it is home to the infamous Gideon’s Bakehouse and Lineage Coffee. This is a great area of town for anyone who likes to try fresh local flavors, participate in activities with other locals, or for anyone looking for a quiet place to call home with a short distance to downtown and the theme parks. Curious what homes are available near the Audubon Park Garden District?
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