Baked Custard in Northern VA

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2007/11/13 10:09:33 (permalink)

Baked Custard in Northern VA

Does anyone know where I can find a restaurant that sells a good BAKED CUSTARD dessert in Northern VA? No, not frozen custard. I'm looking for any bakery, mom/pop place, chain or 5 star restaurant, etc that has a decent custard dessert on their menu. Please help!
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    cecif
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    RE: Baked Custard in Northern VA 2007/11/13 10:54:32 (permalink)
    Welcome to Roadfood, terratoo!
    You know I could swear I saw it on a menu in Front Royal in summer '06, but I'm sorry I can't remember the place. I'll poke around on the web and post back if I find it. Good luck!

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    RE: Baked Custard in Northern VA 2007/11/13 11:04:43 (permalink)
    I've only found it in individual servings at a dim sum place in Rosslyn.
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    RE: Baked Custard in Northern VA 2007/11/13 11:11:24 (permalink)
    cecif, could you be thinking of Mom's Country Kitchen?
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    RE: Baked Custard in Northern VA 2007/11/13 13:51:55 (permalink)
    Have you tryed looking in the bakery section/cafe at Wegmans? I'm fairly certain I seen it there when last visiting that area. Chow Jim
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    RE: Baked Custard in Northern VA 2007/11/13 15:42:02 (permalink)
    Hi terratoo,
    That doesn't sound like it but honestly there are times I pay a lot of attention to a place's name and times when I don't... and I can say in No. Va. I didn't pay attention, sorry.

    The tip on dim sum is good, most Chinese places with dim sum do a baked custard dessert in individual portions. Yum.

    p.s. I did poke around online and the only name that sounded familiar was "Wynn's"... Hmmmm.
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