Tous Les Jours, the French bakery inside the Super H Mart Korean grocery store, sells several varieties of donuts. The round rice doughnut is a lot like a dim sum sesame ball. It has a crispy and chewy outer shell filled with sweet red-bean paste. It would probably be very good hot out of the fryer, but it was a little dull cold.
The other French/Korean breakfast item I sampled was called a corn cream doughnut. It was a cruller coated with a strange, sweet, yellow corn powder that stuck to everything it touched. The cruller was elastic and chewy in texture, while the coating was crumbly. It tasted downright weird.
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Both of these items came wrapped in cellophane for your sanitary protection. There are a lot of items I really like at Tous Les Jours, including the baguettes and croissants. From here forward, I will avoid the French/Korean doughnuts.