Welcome to Fuji BakeryThere's a reason why the first thing people comment on when they step into our bakery is the delightful aroma wafting from our breads. There's also a reason why newcomers turn into regulars one bite into their first brioche. At Fuji Bakery, we bring you breads and pastries baked fresh every morning with the finest organic and imported ingredients. Come on in and celebrate good food with us in the way we know best!
On Saturday, March 23rd, Fuji Bakery will be reopening our International District and Bellevue locations!
We apologize to our customers for the long wait and invite you to join us this Saturday to get a taste
of our freshly baked breads and pastries. We'll be starting out with a limited menu of loaf breads and
croissants (including new cranberry bread—come give it a try!) and work on producing the full menu
you know and love throughout the spring.
Fuji Bakery Grand Reopening
The Bellevue store will be open from 8:00 to 7:00 and the ID store will be open from 11:30 to 7:00, Monday through Saturday. The new location on Elliott Avenue will open later in April once construction on the front has completed.
Along with the reopening, we are hiring new front staff to work at the ID and Elliott stores as well as kitchen staff (particularly those familiar with a croissant dough sheeter) to work at the Elliott store. If you are interested in applying, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you all for your patience during this time we have been closed, and we look forward to seeing you soon!
G.A. Bakery to Join Fuji Bakery in BellevueThis winter, G.A. Bakery will be joining Fuji Bakery in our Bellevue location as our partner store. G.A. Bakery will be offering authentic Bosnian food and baked goods that will be sold only at our Bellevue location; more details about their baked goods coming soon. They will open on January 21st, 2013, and Fuji Bakery breads and pastries will be available once we reopen in the spring.
Fuji Bakery Makes Seattle Magazine's Best New Restaurants of 2011Fuji Bakery has been chosen as one of Seattle's best new restaurants for 2011. Find the full article here.
"There are people in this world who love sweet baked goods, and there are people who get more excited about savory tastes. Both types unfailingly rave after a visit to Fuji Bakery... Fuji's delights include a curry-filled bun coated in panko bread crumbs ($3), cube-shaped brioche filled with wild salmon ($2), delicate 'cookie bread' flavored with lemon and vanilla ($2), chocolate brioche ($1.35) and a milk stick ($1.50) that looks like a breadstick, until you bite in and discover it's filled with house-made vanilla cream."
Seattle's Top 5 Baked Goods With Green TeaFuji Bakery's green tea danish makes Seattle Weekly's list of the top 5 baked goods with green tea. Read the article here!
"Here's one for the people--a workhorse of a pastry that doesn't try to be one of the pretty girls. Despite its exotic mixed heritage, it's down-to-earth, sweet as can be, and aims to please. It's chewy when it needs to be, crusty at other times, and plain fun to pull apart."