“There is no bakery like ours in this area”


Leaguer Bakery offers creamy coconut buns, creamy melon buns, lemon custard buns, chocolate bun buns, cakes, Russian bread, garlic bread, pork sponge buns, curried chicken buns and a variety of boas, among others.

The baked goods are made fresh daily and use a variety of quality ingredients, Kao said.

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She told Dayton.com that her love of baking began at a young age, although she didn’t know how to cook. She remembered a bakery next to her family’s pharmacy in Taiwan. She said the bakery always smelled great.

Growing up, Kao practiced the piano. She said her mother didn’t want her to hurt her fingers, so she never learned to cook properly. She explained that it wasn’t until after she got married that she went to a private school and learned how to cook anything.

Kao said she looks forward to demonstrating her techniques by providing unique pastries to the community.

“There is no bakery like ours in this area,” Kao said. “We can promote our culture.”

Leaguer Bakery joins Kung Fu Tea, a Taiwanese bubble tea franchise based in New York, in the mall that houses Texas Roadhouse, First Watch and Bob Evans.

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