Most bakeries are only concerned with appearance, but their taste is disappointing, mostly just sugar. Bonomini is no exception. In European countries with a reputation for superb baked goods, the taste always lives up to, and often outstrips, the appearance.The problem is sugar. When I taste a baked good, I want to savor the flavors and aroma of butter, the fresh taste of a fruit, or the creamy texture of custard with a hint of real vanilla. The easiest way for a bakery to mask the fact that it isn't using quality ingredients is to lard it up with so much sugar that you don't taste anything else. This describes most this bakery as well as most bakeries in the U.S. Sorry.