Sweet Sin Bakery and Café

As I headed toward the airport, I decided I needed one last Maryland adventure: Sweet Sin Bakery and Café.

Sweet Sin is a gluten-free bakery and café in Baltimore.  The cupcakes are pretty and enticing, and the food is not your usual fare.

Inspired by Asian and other cuisines, Sweet Sin’s meals offer loads of flavor, but quite likely, not flavors to which you’re accustomed.  I ordered the crab-stuffed tilapia with garlic kale and basmati rice with vegetables.  The rice and vegetables were curry flavored, not something I was expecting, though it was still good.  I was really quite surprised by the garlic kale, as I didn’t think I would like it, but it turned out to be my favorite side.  The crab-stuffed tilapia was fried and crispy (not breaded), covered with a fresh salsa.  I really liked it.  There’s something magical about deep-frying a non-breaded fish.  I’ve only had it twice (the other time was a salmon tostada down in College Station, TX).  The outside becomes crispy, and some of the fish inside melts like butter.  You may feel guilty about eating it, but after a run on the treadmill, you’ll realize it was worth it.  J

The cupcake I ate before my meal (yes, before) was a chocolate peppermint.  The cake was fairly dense and moist, with a good chocolate flavor.  The icing was very thick, and due to the chill of the café, was pretty solid.  It was a very pretty cupcake, with crushed peppermints sprinkled on top of the piped green frosting, and was really good to eat, too.

Next time you’re in Baltimore, stop by Sweet Sin and give them a try.

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4 Responses to Sweet Sin Bakery and Café

  1. Mikki says:

    Hey I was just in MD too. Not too far from Baltimore. I grew up about 45 minutes west of Baltimore
    Never heard of this place.. sounds DELICIOUS! Can’t wait to check it out next time I’m up there.

  2. Stephanie says:

    You can buy some of their stuff at Whole Foods in the DC metro area, and there’s a restaurant in Bethesda, MD, called Lilit Cafe that sells some of their things as well. I love the chocolate cupcakes.

  3. Stephanie says:

    Its so hard to find a good GF pastry! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Shirley Caminer says:

    I just returned from a few days in Baltimore, which I love and have noted the Sweet Sin for a visit on my next trip.

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