Now Available At Asian Food Center of Seattle

What up North Seattle! Beginning this Friday, May 29th by 12PM, you can now purchase ALL FOUR of our cheesecake flavors (Ube, Buko Pandan, Calamansi Mango, and White Chocolate Guava) at our newest retailer, Asian Food Center!

In addition, as part of the brand new launch, we will be offering free samples of all flavors this Saturday, May 30th from 11:30AM-1:00PM at Asian Food Center.

 

Asian Food Center of Seattle

13200 Aurora Ave N
Seattle, WA 98133

(206) 367-1229

Business Hours

9:00AM-9:00PM
Monday-Sunday (7 Days a Week)

 

"The Asian Food Center is a chain of family owned grocery stores that started with the opening of our Bellevue, Washington location in September 2007... Our grocery stores specialize in fresh meats, fish, produce and many of your favorite popular Asian products." -- Asian Food Center Website

3 new flavors. 2 retail stores. 1 Hood Famous Bakeshop.

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Beginning this Friday, May 29th (by 12PM) you can find personal size mini cheesecakes in our newest flavors! Calamansi Mango, Buko Pandan, and White Chocolate Guava. Purchase them at the following retail stores:

  • Uwajimaya Renton (501 S Grady Way, Renton, WA 98057)
  • AND our newest retailer, Asian Food Center (13200 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133)

Closed Memorial Day Weekend

ATTENTION:

Bad news, good news, great news.

Bad news: We will be closed for online orders during Memorial Day weekend (Friday 5/22 to Monday 5/25).

Good news: We're headed to Los Angeles this weekend to debut our flagship item, our beloved Hood Famous Ube Cheesecake at The Line Hotel's Pot restaurant!

Great news: Our ube cheesecakes are still available for purchase over the long weekend at all our retail locations: Uwajimaya (all Washington locations) and Seafood City.

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience. Our online bakeshop will be going back up on a Tuesday (5/26)! Thank you for your patience!

#LINO by Food & Sh*t Recap

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Big thanks to everybody that came out to Food & Sh*t's #LINO pop-up dinner this past Monday. We had fun providing dessert for the night - a frozen Filipino classic, halo-halo.

"With food as in film, the most memorable experiences do not come from manufacturing harmony. Rather, they emerge from exploring and embracing contradiction, which probably explains why Lino Brocka loved halo-halo."

Food & Sh*t's menu write-up for Lino