Okayama Kobo Bakery & Cafe
Address: 155 W Center Street Promenade, Anaheim, CA 92805
Phone: (714) 603-7332
Menu: View Online
What Time Does Okayama Kobo Bakery & Cafe Open?
Saturday,: 8AM to 4PM
Sunday,: 8AM to 4PM
Tuesday,: 8AM to 4PM
Wednesday,: 8AM to 4PM
Thursday,: 8AM to 4PM
Friday,: 8AM to 4PM
Okayama Kobo Bakery & Cafe Reviews
Delicious! They had a strawberry and cream cold brew that was amazing. Love their pastries. Definitely a must stop place, if there’s a line it’s worth it! It didn’t take long to get through the line at all. Great pricing: $3-4 for the pastries and ~$5 for the coffee, and it was all delicious.
Julie Chung Group
Enjoyed many pastries from here. I got the rose and matcha latte for the drink. Plus, salt and butter bun, earl grey tea croissant, and their signature bun with cream. The croissant was too dry for me. The buns are soft and warm. Overall, great experience here. Won’t get the croissant again.
Amazing! When we walked up there was a super big line to get in and I knew that was a sign that this place was worth the wait. We waited about 10-15 minutes in line and got in, ordered our pastries and drinks, and they were out in about 7 minutes. Overall in and out in about 25 minutes. We got their matcha cold brew and their rose matcha latte, both very tasty. Their box is super cute as well, overall very put together and tasty. 10/10.
JAM Realty Team Aldo Martinez
Had the lavender latte, something simple, no fancy colors, a bit of a earthy/tea taste matching well in the flavors of the latte. Real milk used. The place is spotless and the bread/pastries they serve look like you can plant your face right into all of them, and be received by warm plume of softness
Tony Woohyun Kim
The bread is so soft! Definitely it uses tanzong style recipe. I like this bread over 85’s or Paris Baguette. Everything gets sold so fast. Waiting in line for half an hour was definitely worth it.
I love this bakery! There are so many good options, both savory and sweet. The breads themselves are so light and fluffy, I could just keep eating more and more. The iced chai was good, not the best I’ve ever had but it paired nicely with the bread. There’s street parking nearby and plenty of tables in a nearby green space to eat. I went in the morning on a weekend and there was a line out the door, but it moved quickly. I can’t wait to go back!
The best bakery I have ever visited!
Super cute inside and the selection is big, they also got unique drinks which is very nice. Would go here again definitely!
The cutest little bakery, stopped in on my way out of the city & we left with some goodies.
Espresso sunrise, Matcha Mochi An-Pan, S’mores Danish, chocolate croissant.
Definitely keep an open mind for the matcha mochi, as it is a red bean based sweet.
Definitely good back to try the French toast & cinnamon roll.
I’d have to say the espresso sunrise hits just like a concha !
Topped it all off with an iced vanilla latte from groundworks located inside the bakery.
Cute outdoor seating area.
Ok, I will say that the matcha rose was so damn good it actually filled me up but I had to soldier on and try the other delights. I also got the curry pan and the bear custard not shown in my pics. The chocolate custard pig was really great! No complaints. The curry pan was good. Needs more flavor and kick. The custard bear… was all messed up. The face drawn looked kinda scary actually and was bland. Didn’t really quite enjoy it. But it didn’t take away from the experience fortunately. Would try it again.
This place is very unique with creative pastries and delicious coffee and tea. As my nephew described it best – doesn’t matter how often you go, it always feels like the first time. Our go to favorites are the fish filet panini, chocolate emoji, the bacon, curry pan, and the salt and butter roll. You just can’t go wrong with anything you order, though!