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Wei Duo Mei Cake Shops - Delicious Cakes within Your Reach

[ From: Jason Jia | Published: 2008-07-08 Views: 4288 | Booked times: 55 ]

Located at No. 67, Xi San Huan Zhong Lu, Hai Dian District, Beijing, the first Wei Duo Mei Cake Store was established in 1996. It is the largest in Asia.

 

Wei Duo Mei is rated as one of the ten best brands for cakes in China. Their products include breads, cakes, Chinese and Western-style dim sum, moon cakes, Chinese and Western-style business meals, special coffees, etc.

 

Wei Duo Mei sticks to selecting best-quality materials. With over 50 shops, the brand is all over Beijing. Shop assistants are polite and enthusiastic.

 

Wherever you are in Beijing, you can reach a Mei Duo Mei Cake Shop near your dwelling. Very convenient, isn¡¯t it?

 

When you need a birth cake, just order one from the nearest store, or call the hot line.

 

What I appreciated

Quality cakes at hand, good service, reasonable prices.

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Shopping in Beijing: Located at No. 67, Xi San Huan Zhong Lu, Hai Dian District, Beijing, the first Wei Duo Mei Cake Store was established in 1996. It is the largest in Asia.