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8.0

Sunrise Bakery

$$$$

This Fort Lauderdale Haitian bakery has a great selection of pates with fillings like beef, turkey, and cod. All their pates are made with a flakey, buttery crust that has a nice chewiness towards the center. Besides the baked pates, Sunrise also makes fried pate kode with fillings like hotdog and hard-boiled egg in a tomato sauce. They also have a selection of desserts, including almond-flavored frosted yellow cake, ginger-spiked pen patat (yam bread), and one of the best pineapple upside-down cakes we’ve ever had. Wash it all down with a chokola: hot chocolate flavored with sweet spices and citrus peel. 

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