Fuji Bakery-Elliott/Interbay in Seattle (Photos, Menu, Reviews & Ratings)

Fuji Bakery-Elliott/Interbay

Address: 1030 Elliott Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119

Phone: (206) 216-3616

Price: $

Menu: View Online

Rating: 4.7

Website: http://www.fujibakeryinc.com/

What Time Does Fuji Bakery-Elliott/Interbay Open?

Saturday,: 7AM to 5PM

Sunday,: 7AM to 4PM

Monday,: 7AM to 5PM

Tuesday,: 7AM to 5PM

Wednesday,: 7AM to 5PM

Thursday,: 7AM to 5PM

Friday,: 7AM to 5PM

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Fuji Bakery-Elliott/Interbay Reviews

Khalil H

The staff very friendly and their pastries are amazing! I just wish I was able to try more of their options, but I will definitely return to try their sandwiches and some other savory options. We got their Ube and Matcha Malasada, Apple Pie Croissant, Custard Bread, Soufflé Cheesecake, Fruit Tart, and two oat milk matcha lattes. We ate everything throughout the day and the next desert was better than the last. Highly recommend for a quick sweet treat!

Rachel Park

I went around 11 a.m. and I could live without waiting.
There were many delicious breads.
There were breads that were so delicious because of the cream, and there were breads that were not my taste.
But most of the bread was delicious.
If I visit next time, I want to try macarons.

Connie C

Very cute spot with many pastry options.
Ube malasada – warmed it up before eating, it’s very soft, right amount of sweet and creamy.
Ham & cheese croissant – a very dense croissant, need to warm it up to make it good.

Yü Wu

The location is a bit weird…kind of in the middle of no where and I made a stop during my bus ride just to come try it out. I’m not a big fan of Asian sweets so I tried their butter croissants. I’m not really impressed but it’s not bad either. Price is fair and service was fast and friendly so I can give it a pass. I guess it’s more known for its Asian bakeries.

Prudence Lahti

Not a great location, a homeless encampment was being removed nearby in the day we visited. Bistro seating out front, but the road noise is so bad that it isn’t exactly pleasant. The almond croissant was tasty, but the sugar donuts were just ok.

John Wong

Travelled all the way from Bellevue to try the “Kare-Pan”, their signature beef curry bread but left with a “Katsu-Sando” and an assortment of pastries, including the Pear Croissant, Apple Pie Croissant, Azuki Malasada, Lilikoi Malasada and Cannele. The Kare-Pan was nice and chewy with a crispy panko outer shell and a rich, mild curry filling. The pear croissant with house made custard and brûlée Tahitian vanilla marinated pears was refined and delectable. The Azuki Malasada had a distinct red bean filling but it was little too coarse for my liking (prefer Koshian). The Lilikoi Malasada was light and soft with a passion fruit filling that was tart and intensely flavourful. The Cannele had a nice, moist custardy interior with a coating that had a nice sheen but could have been crispier. The Katsu-Sando was delicious, still nice and crunchy several hours later. Staff are friendly and welcoming. Highly recommend this artisan bakery for their French pastries and Japanese staples such as curry bread and Katsu-Sando.

Luis Cardona

Amazing pastries. The egg sandwich and katsu chicken sandwich were both fantastic. A definite must go

rhee rhee Lee

Loved cannole, pear Danish, cheese Danish, and butter croissant. Pear Danish is very flaky with abundance of juicy, slightly sweet pear pieces – if you bite into it, flaky outside shatters into buttery pieces and the sweet juice from pear melts those flakes. Drooling just thinking about it.
Cheese Danish are for those who likes cream cheese. There is a large cube in the center which is very dense cream cheese. Buttery croissant is very well made as well.

Didn’t really like the curry bun or the crunchy bun. The crunchy bun was too dense and curry was too strong and salty for me.

Alejandra Morfin

The most delicious bread ever! Try the cream cheese danish. It’s so wonderful.
If you like savory the beef curry pastry is perfect.:)
Super kind service.

Peter Epstein

Excellent pastries. Not too sweet, very flaky, and taste great! Parking is challenging, best to arrive from the south and back into the lot.

Their Japanese strawberry shortcake is heavenly! Stop by the day before to order your cake. They offer a few different sizes. The largest one makes a great birthday cake. So creamy and light. Highly recommend.

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