Shashy's Bakery & Fine Foods
Today 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
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1700 Mulberry St Montgomery, AL 36106
1700 Mulberry StreetUSAlabamaMontgomery36106
BakeryToday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 7:30 am – 2:00 pmSunday Closed
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"Best fried green tomatoes you'll find anywhere!"
"Beef tenderloin was so tender and juicy and the gumbo was delish!"
"I was swindled into buying a bag of cinnamon rolls."
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Angie Stafford
6 months ago
Fantastic food. Beef tenderloin was so tender and juicy and the gumbo was delish! Will be back!
Camille Cain
11 months ago
Best fried green tomatoes you'll find anywhere! Tomato pie quite tasty as well. Been there twice, will be a favorite hangout of mine.
Ailee Hood
2 years ago
I was ready to treat myself to lunch at this chic little Montgomery restaurant, but was quite disappointed. Silver Dollar mini sandwiches=all bread. Literally ONE silver dollar size piece of mayonaised meat on BREAD. Cold gumbo. Oh well, plenty of room for dessert which looks fantastic. Hopefully....
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Joe Rittner
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Margeaux Lamarr
11 months ago
Very few appealing vegetarian options, appalling service, no comfortable seating, and my food was still frozen when it arrived at the table. Horrible experience, would NOT recommend.
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Brad Seehawer
2 years ago
If there's an confluence of restaurant styles odder than Lebanese and Southern, I don't know if I've found it. And while the breakfast at Shashy's didn't really give me an opportunity to try the former, there was enough of the latter to make for a pretty great breakfast. Pancakes and waffles are too boring; I'm a Benedict man, through and through, and my mind sparked at the opportunity to try a fried green tomatoes version of the dish. I didn't realize that the presentation involved substituting the FGTs for the English muffin, which put me off a little bit because the muffin is an important part of the ensemble. All was not lost, however, because one half of the muffin was still included off to the side. The other problem with using the tomatoes as the base was a truth that seems to elude many cooks: putting a liquid on top of a fried food ruins the crust, taking it from crunchy to soggy in the blink of the eye. A liquid, say, like a thin hollandaise sauce. It's too bad, because the one corner of a tomato that wasn't doused was pretty well done. Still, the dish on the whole was enjoyable, thanks to the flawless poached eggs and wonderfully crispy bacon. Paired with some cheese grits and a cup of coffee, it was a great way to start the day. I was swindled into buying a bag of cinnamon rolls. It's not my fault - they were sitting on top of the bakery case, right next to the register, and they were only like $3 for a dozen baseball-sized glazed bits of goodness. There were plenty of other things from which to choose, too, like the world's largest bon bons. Between the food, the bakery, and Sashy's location in the Mulberry shopping district, you'd be hard-pressed to find something to complain about here. So don't.
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Janie B
10 months ago
Best Coconut Cake EVER !!
Becky Cumbie
6 months ago