Happy Buns is your local, family owned Asian bakery. We make everything from our home kitchen, creating unique Asian treats. We want to deliver the experience and joys of an Asian bakery to our community.
We sell absolutely delicious Asian cookies, buns, and cakes inspired by tradition and some of our own unique twists! We are always coming up with new things, but currently we have:
- Happy Bun (aka coconut bun)
- The BEST Almond cookie
- Sesame crisp
- Crunchies (Pocky style biscuit cookies)
- Pillow muffin (aka Chinese sponge cake)
We offer a three-month subscription with regular deliveries of our “Original Best” pack. The “Original Best” pack is 2 coconut buns, 2 almond cookies, and 2 sesame crisps delivered every month. You pay upfront $36 for three months for three “Original Best” packs and we will ask for a renewal at the end of the three months. You can mix and match products and number of deliveries. Each delivery must be a minimum of $12, but you can mix and match for a total value of $36 within your three-month period. You pay upfront every three months. We will charge your card when we complete the first delivery. We do not keep your credit card on file, so there is never an auto renewal. There are no full or partial refunds if you choose to not use your $36 value.
Happy Buns is also at Momma’s Organic Market every Saturday from 9am-2pm at Park West (91st avenue and Northern) when the market is available. Limited selection of our treats is at Pinoy’s Boba at the Arrowhead Mall (75th avenue and Bell).
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We offer bulk order pricing and subscription deliveries at any time. We sell individual treats at the farmers market at Park West from 9am-2pm every Saturday during the months of September to April.
Coconut buns, almond cookies, sesame crisps, Pocky, sponge cake
- Farmers Market
- Order Direct
Momma’s Organic Market every Saturday from 9am-2pm at Park West (91st avenue and Northern), Pinoy’s Boba at the Arrowhead Mall (75th avenue and Bell)
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