It is located in the Chinatown section
Billed as “Utah’s First Korean Bakery”, Moon Bakery offers delicious baked goods, desserts, snacks, and shaved ice desserts.
Moon Bakery is located in Chinatown in Salt Lake City, Utah at 3390 South State Street. The store is inside the mall across from the interior grocery store entrance. Moon Bakery is one of many Asian businesses in the area.
Korean baked goods include bread, rolls, pastries, cakes, and snacks. Although Koreans had some type of steamed bread earlier, bread was not a staple in the Korean diet until the late 1980s when a type of French bread was introduced. been introduced. [Wikipedia[
The Korean style of buns are soft and sweet. They have some softer bread varieties which do differ from traditional European breads. Korean breads are high in fat and sugar. Some breads which are recommended to try are the Sweet Potato Chestnut Bread and the Mochi Bread. They have buns which have a filling of sweet red beans.
A treat which many people enjoy from Moon Bakery is the bingsoo (shaved ice dessert).
Moon Bakery is open on Monday and Thursday from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. They are open on Friday and Saturday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. They are open on Sundays from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. They are closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Their hours may change due to circumstances
People who are interested in Asian foods and who visit the Chinatown area of Salt Lake City could stop in at the Moon Bakery to enjoy some treats. It’s a good place to stop after buying groceries or dining out at Chinatown.