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Two Little Red Hens

1652 Second Ave., New York, NY, 10028
at 86th St.
212-452-0476

Two Little Red Hens is a winner! Delicious, freshly baked, beautiful, and priced right, with a lovely smile.

By kashfifahim on 8/17/2010

  • Overall Rating: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Selection: 10
  • Yes, I would go back!

I discovered Two Little Red Hens here in the New York Magazine listings. I needed a cake in four days and Two Little Red Hens provided excellent service (I think going there prepared with what kind of cake, filing, frosting, size, helps a great deal; visit their website for more information). They have a beautiful portfolio of cakes from which you can choose a design or you can leave them with your trust in making a beautiful cake for you, which I did, and I was blown away and very impressed. I was nervous the entire four days leading up to seeing my cake and once I saw it I was so impressed. Then, once the princess cut her cake everyone raved about how delicious the cake was. The chocolate was rich, the vanilla cream was delicious, and everything was wonderful (even the calligraphy on the cake was stunning). This bakery is wonderful, with a small intimate cafe where you can enjoy their freshly baked cupcakes, it's an intimate cafe for you and your friends to nest an evening in. Thank you Two Little Red Hens and I wish everyone there all the best. -Kashfi [Picture of our cake: http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l7a552wLz31qchnc9.jpg My princess niece with her beautiful cake: http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l7a524zhNq1qchnc9.jpg]

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