Miss Scone is making some of the tastiest treats we’ve ever tried
There’s no one in the Tri-Cities doing scones quite like the aptly-named Miss Scone.
Opened just a few weeks ago and operating out of a commissary kitchen in Port Coquitlam, the small business is revolutionizing what can be done with the traditional British baked good.
We ordered a half dozen, which included everything from the plain scone to the blueberry jam scone to the indescribably delicious almond Nutella scone.
It’s not just dessert that Miss Scone handles, either, as there are three savoury scones on offer; the basil bacon, the green onion cream cheese, and the corn cheese scones, all going for $5 to $6.
Anyone hoping to get their hands on these delicacies can order online at Miss Scone’s website, with pickup available on Sundays at Lougheed Station parking lot, Metrotown, Richmond’s H-Mart, and Maple Ridge’s Hako Sushi.
Those who order units of six scones will see them packaged in an exclusive Miss Scone pink box at no extra cost.
The scones are baked fresh every Saturday, so it might take some planning to get your hands on these treats—but believe us when we say; it’s well worth the wait.