What a great little, small town jewel. Having moved to Springfield, OR, only a couple of months back my wife and I have been ferreting out new places. Creswell Bakery is added as a go to place. Glenna, my wife ordered an orange coconut roll and a chicken pot pie pastry. I got the cinnamon raisin roll and the beef pastry. I ask the server, "Is this similar to a Cornish Pasty?" She answered that it is a Cornish Pasty so I gave it a try. My grandmother was from Cornwall so I had a good idea of what hers were. Well, I had a taste of home. The difference was potatoes were substituted instead of the traditional rutabaga or turnip. Social distance and masks were enforced. The outdoor seating was delightful on picnic tables. The area was well shaded with trees and planted greenery.
Small place, off the main road. Had a cinnamon roll, HUGE! Cut it in half, but the first half was so good, I had to eat the other half. Sourdough bread was delicious, when I got home I toasted it then butter and whipped honey on top, YUM! Cookies - large and delicious, lots to choose from. They also had meat pies, bottles of wine and coffee. Bought a wonderful coffee cup too.
Nice small bakery. Good selection of meat pies. I had a sweet tasting cardamom roll. A little bit of a crunchy shell for my liking, but softened up with coffee. Good tasting coffee too. Follows mask guidelines a plus.
Nice bakery. Quite likely it's family run. The online reviews suggested that it was a must go place. We found it decent but ok to miss and not worth taking a long detour. It is famous for its filled pies. There are many varieties. Mostly fresh. They warm it up when you buy
Amazing place. This is a must stop any time you are on Hwy 5 south of Eugene. Unbelievable food and great people. Try the meat pie or the Coconut Orange sweet roll. Total decadence.
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