The pastries and bread were out of this world! Will be back tomorrow before we leave town. The blueberry Danish was amazing.
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We were looking for somewhere to get a coffee and ended up with a great lunch time culinary experience. High quality, quick foods and drinks. Quirky ambience with plants included and quick service. Definitely worth the detour if looking for good vegetarian options.
May as well stay for lunch - the best soups and original sandwiches made on location. Mustn't leave without taking a few loaves of their traditionally made bread. Authentic products from 'le terroir'.
The real name of this place seems to be "La Pétrie". It can be seen in one of the pictures posted here. I spent weeks traveling in the area and this is the best bakery I have seen. Really good french bread like in the...More
This cafe / bakery / sandwich shop has quite a variety of items. Having stopped in for lunch, I picked up a grilled sandwich, latte, and chocolate croissant. The grilled steak sandwich was very good as was the latte. Unfortunately, despite it being a bakery,...More
We were camping not so far from this place so we decided to go there for breakfast. They have a lot of choice of patisserie (croissants, chocolatine, danoises...) and bread. You can also have a lot of different good drinks (juices, smoothies...). They also have...More
We had a grilled cheese sandwich, a breakfast pannini, a pecan danish, a chocolate croissant and two café au lait. It was delicious! The place looks very cozy. We can only recommend it!
Went here for breakfast and it was really good. Ordered the breakfast panini which came with fresh fruit salad and coffee all for $8! Everything was excellent. As we sat there they kept coming out with freshly baked artisan breads, croissants, etc. which just made...More
We loved this restaurant. Their homemade bread is excellent. You must have their pannini. For lunch or dinner.