My kids love the chocolate cream animals - especially the hedgehog. We love this place! Just have to remember to bring cash as I don't think they take credit cards.
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His is a small family-run business in an unassuming strip mall. Don't be deceived by the location-- it is a magnificent French bakery. Not cheap, of course, but they clearly use top quality ingredients and are artists!
I walk to this place every fall and winter as they are closed for holidays during the summer until at least past Labor Day. The croissants are A-, but the almond filled or cherry filled pastries are A+. A bit expensive ($3-4/each), but super fresh....More
This is the place to go if you love pastries. This is a family owned french bakery that has been in this location for a long time. The pastries are so good that they are addictive. I used to live a block away and it...More
Le Petite Prince has occupied the same discreet store front with a faded crimson awning in a tired strip mall for as long as I can recall. It is always excellent and while I have strayed to other newer bakeries in high end markets, but...More
This is the best source for authentic French baked goods and candies in all of Michigan! Actually, I think their plain croissants are better than what I get in Paris in most places! Madame is most willing to help customers who want to try their...More
Everything from Le Petit Prince is excellent. Particularly good are the croissants, French bread, and cookies. It's longevity speaks for its success!
Great, authentic baguettes, brioches, quiche, cookies to die for & seasonal hand made chocolates are just some of what you will enjoy at this quaint French bakery. The owners take July & August off every year & return to their home in France. Just lovely...More
Authentic French sweets. Quaint little store with many choices of freshly baked treats. The only negative is that it's seems very pricy for the quantity that you walk out the door with. I suppose you get what you pay for though. Of course these are...More
The (OK, "Le") Petit Prince is not a restaurant. It is a fabulous French bakery. The truly French proprietors get up in the middle of the night to start baking. Every day they have fabulous fresh croissants, baguettes, rolls, pastries, cookies, eclairs, chocolate creations, etc.,...More