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    Default Best Kolache in OKC

    Does anyone have a favorite? I don't know of many places that have them. I don't like Browns and I had Hurt's today, it was pretty good but needs more cheese possibly and certainly more jalepeno. 2 donut places around the village have them but they are just ok.

    If anyone has been to the gas station places in West, TX - That's what I'm looking for.

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    Ingrid's on 36th and Villa have them on their online menu. I have been to West, TX but never had a Kolache there or at Ingrid's restaurant/bakery. But I have had many things at Ingrid's bakery there are great. Going there for dinner Tues.

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    Default Re: Best Kolache in OKC

    Quote Originally Posted by thunderbird View Post
    If anyone has been to the gas station places in West, TX - That's what I'm looking for.
    Czech Stop!
    I'm not sure anywhere can touch that place. I have yet to try any of them here, but I've heard of a few places selling them. The varieties filled with cheese/meat are called klobasneks.

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    Default Re: Best Kolache in OKC

    Personally I like the ones at Daylight Donuts. They might not fit the style you're looking for, but the jalapeno ones have enough kick, and the pastry part is fantastic.

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    Donuts and Kolaches on May, just south of Hefner, has the best IMHO. Donut Palace on Britton is pretty good; not a big fan of the sausage they use though.

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    But where can you buy the real fruit kind, like apricot and plum or poppyseed? Or do I just need to make mine. Also real studel. I went to a German sandwich shop in Tulsa a few months back and ordered their studel. Well before I left I had to give them instructions on how to improve it. The flaky pastry was tough. At over $4.95 for a small piece they needed to improve it. Ughhh. Anyone place make the real stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oklip955 View Post
    But where can you buy the real fruit kind, like apricot and plum or poppyseed? Or do I just need to make mine. Also real studel. I went to a German sandwich shop in Tulsa a few months back and ordered their studel. Well before I left I had to give them instructions on how to improve it. The flaky pastry was tough. At over $4.95 for a small piece they needed to improve it. Ughhh. Anyone place make the real stuff?
    only time I have had good fruit Kolaches have been at the cheque fest in Yukon and Kolache festival in Prague Oklahoma.;

    the sausage roll type Kolaches they have pretty good ones at the donut shop at NW 10th just east of may avenue on south side of 10th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clz46 View Post
    Ingrid's on 36th and Villa have them on their online menu. I have been to West, TX but never had a Kolache there or at Ingrid's restaurant/bakery. But I have had many things at Ingrid's bakery there are great. Going there for dinner Tues.
    Ah! Ingrids, no idea how I forgot to check there. There is also a smaller location up on May near me - will check it out.

    @jompster - That's it! there's also a new big gas station on the other side of the Interstate that has a really good selection with a much faster line.

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    I am sad the Village Bakery in West closed down. I always preferred it to the ones right on I35.

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