Love the croissants-- especially the chocolate. My husband's favorites are the blueberry puff and the cinnamon raisin roll. Can't go wrong here. Be sure to get there by mid morning.
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After all the reviews, we were looking forward to breakfast here and even traveled to try it out. It was okay. Nothing horrible, but definitely not a destination. It's a French bakery with limited choices, but just average food.
My husband found this nook and was dying to try it during our visit. We stayed at Zemi and walked there to breakfast two mornings. (Yes, it was a long walk, but we wanted to look around and get exercise...we needed to walk off our amazing pastries!). The egg sandwiches are on a full baguette and are amazing. I had... More
Food is amazing! Mix of locals and tourists. The young lady at the counter does write on a sticky note (as stated) however I found her to be friendly. Parking is a bit tricky. It's a busy place and that can be expected!?! Fresh breakfast food and pastries.
We took a short drive to Le Bon Pain for breakfast. It's a small bakery with a large outdoor dining deck that is covered in tropical foliage. It's a beautiful place to sip coffee and enjoy breakfast. We had cafe au lait with chocolate croissants and quiche. They were the perfect start of a great day in Anguilla.
Surprisingly good French bakery in a fairly remote part of the island. They stay very busy and they are in no rush but to be honest, the food is worth is. We're staying at Zemi where they want $29 each for breakfast. Here, my wife and I had quiche, croissants and delicious coffee for $20. My only gripe is that... More
Slow and rude service. Being greeted with a grunt and a stare is not the way to retain customers. I have been getting my breads and sweets here over the many years I visited the island. In addition to the attitude while being served, having to wait 20 to 30 minutes for take out croissants or other pastry in line... More
Perhaps the best bakery I've ever been to, we go there most days when on Anguilla. Almond croissants are incredible, Baguettes make super good sandwiches. Blueberry puffs are wow! Almost 7, I think we'll be going there in a few minutes.
Everyone on the island says how wonderful this place is, but we didn't experience that. We felt the food was average at best and the person working in front there was both slow and rude. When my husband asked if we could sit or if we ordered at the counter, he got a mumbled short response from the girl at... More
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