The waitresses were so rude they laughed in my face as I looked at the menu. We walked away and didn't go in. They may have been laughing as I had a sheer dress over a bikini - but come on girls, have some manners...More
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The name suggests a French brand which is usually a sign of quality, this place is fine if you fancy some basic food at a decent price and are not to fussy.
Firstly, most of the staff are friendly and efficient. I have eaten here a few times in the past few months.... Sometimes I have been given a meal which I didn't actually order, someone confused noodles with rice. Yeah I don't know either. On occasion...More
It's called La Boulangerie, but the title is misleading. Any relationship between this place and a real French boulangerie is tenous at best. Despite what some have said, the pastries are ordinary. As for the bread - it's lame. It has the texture of cotton...More
Pastries and baked goods from here are top notch. Been here a handful of times and I would say that it can be a bit hit and miss with some main meals. Sandwiches, quiche and pizza are great but Khmer dishes sometimes good, sometimes not....More
You can go there for breakfast, lunch or diner. Chocolatines and croissants are exactly the same than in France, all quiches are excellent and the lemon tart is a must.