La tradición Bakery
Address: 17658 Foothill Blvd #101, Fontana, CA 92335
Phone: (909) 763-8283
Menu: View Online
What Time Does La tradición Bakery Open?
Saturday,: 7AM to 5PM
Sunday,: 7AM to 5:30PM
Tuesday,: 7AM to 5:30PM
Wednesday,: 7AM to 5:30PM
Thursday,: 7AM to 5:30PM
Friday,: 7AM to 5:30PM
La tradición Bakery Reviews
I ordered a wedding cake for my sister in laws wedding after having problems with a bakery we were recommended. I worked with Alba and she was very kind and helpful! I was a little worried because I have never been to this bakery before. Alba helped me with some samples to choose from. The price of the cake was very reasonable compared to other bakeries who specialize only in wedding cakes. On the wedding day I was so pleasantly surprised of how beautiful and delicious the cake was! I definitely recommend this bakery! Thank you so much Alba! ❤️
New in town, decided to try some of the local shops because in my opinion, it is better to help out local shop owners, BIG MISTAKE! Never again will I step foot in this store. Atroshious costumer service, employees are rude and if you call them out they get more rude, especially the cashier. I rather take my business somewhere else, where employees are actually inviting or at least less rude.
This place has the best tamales in the inland empire. They have many bread options. The teen cashier is so sweet. All the bad reviews they write about her are b.s. she is not fluent in spanish but always tries to understand the customer she is also deaf from one ear and has a hard time already. Maria and Juan y’all probably married and are mad cus you didn’t get any tamales lol Let the people who want to work, WORK! If you are a true customer you know they are lying.
Delicious bread and tamales my go to is the cheese definitely recommend coming here best out there !
Scarlett Medina Luna
I wish I could give zero stars but sadly I can’t, I stopped by to buy some bread and the cashier started making fun of my appearance. I honestly don’t know why this place is still open when it shouldn’t have interactions with patrons. By the way, if you are a non-Spanish speaker you are going to get make fun of in Spanish, just a heads up.
Very nice baker but cakes are not made right now only bread
3 different type of Tamales set in front of me. I have to say I had very few great Tamles. Cough cough Covid!….Grandma’s ,Mom’s and Indio Tamale festival 2016.
Hands down top five best Tamales. No lie they are fire. Great in Size and thickness (lol ladies), Meat portion on point, beautiful about of meat. Moisture on point not dry. Even about of masa and filling.
Each Tamales with it different unique flavor brought back memories when I was a kid in the mother land Mexico.
The classic Jalapeños and melted Oaxaca cheese was insane good with nicely kick of spice.
The pork with red sauce had that rustic flavor I missed for years from both Grandmother’s Tamales.
Chicken and green sauce. Was moist had a tangy green tomatoes flavor that was sweet.
All in all great stuff can not go wrong!
No I wasn’t paid with Tamales to write this.. just an average guy that loves to eat great food and write about it.
They sale raw tamales and bad attitude on behalf staff (in particular oldest lady).
The tamales are so good & the young lady at the register is very polite.
If running a business means talking trash to their customers then this is it. The employees definitely need to change. I generally do not give low ratings but hopefully this gets to the owner that there’s something wrong. As it stands, this place should just close down