Four Convenient Locations! Allentown, Whitehall, Coplay, and Emmaus

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Every morning, 7 days a week, we bake fresh bread, pastries, and more daily, so that you’ll know you’re getting the freshest baked goods straight from the oven. As a family owned and operated bakery for over 80 years, bread is our way of life, and making the best bread and baked goods that we can is our primary goal. Since we’ve been serving the Allentown, Bethlehem and the entire Lehigh Valley our customers can attest to the quality of our baked goods.

Check out our Lehigh Valley Bakery Reviews to hear about our fresh baked goods straight from our customers here in the Lehigh Valley.

This is what bread is supposed to taste like.

Their french bread is absolutely amazing. I go every week to pick up a loaf for myself & my parents. I’ve been eating their bread ever since I was young, & the taste of it is still the same now that I’m 20 years older. I’d recommend this bakery to anyone.


We have been eating these delicoius donuts for over 50 years! The best are the cream filled yeast donuts. The cream has the perfect texture and sweetness! The nut rolls and poppy seed rolls are fabulous. Don’t forget to try the Easter bread. YUM!

My family has been coming to this place for years, generationally. They specialize in Lehigh Valley/ German style baked goods, but have other things as well. I love their kipfels, particularly the apricot and prune varieties.

This is where my family goes for bread when we want good neo-French bread like those we had in Vietnam. Made fresh everyday – reasonable prices – and it smells heavenly the minute you walk in the door! Wegman’s might have good bread but Egypt Star is still my hands down favorite! Not sure what they’re called in English but the French name for them is “flute” – looks like a big fat baguette :). The smell of this place always takes me back to Vietnam growing up smelling the fresh baked bread every morning, as well as takes me back to my 4am drunken walks home in Lyon where the bakers rise before the sun and the bread almost burn your fingers it’s so fresh, hot from the oven.

Thuy H.