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Although Auntie Anne had been around for a long time, it did not occur to me to try them until my wife suggested. Glancing at the menu, there are quite a few varieties of pretzels from sweet (raisin, cinnamon sugar etc) to savoury (sesame, sour cream, garlic etc) and there are also pretzels where there will be a sauce to go with it for dipping. I ordered the garlic pretzel. I love the pretzel, it is soft and doughy on the inside and crisp on the outside. I think the pretzel had just been made si
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Although Auntie Anne had been around for a long time, it did not occur to me to try them until my wife suggested. Glancing at the menu, there are quite a few varieties of pretzels from sweet (raisin, cinnamon sugar etc) to savoury (sesame, sour cream, garlic etc) and there are also pretzels where there will be a sauce to go with it for dipping. I ordered the garlic pretzel. I love the pretzel, it is soft and doughy on the inside and crisp on the outside. I think the pretzel had just been made since it was still warm when we are eating it. The garlic flavour is strong but not too overwhelming. I had wanted to order two but fortunately I only ordered one as it is quite filling. The pretzel cost $3.50 if I remember correctly.
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