Some great pastries at this neighborhood bakery but the star is the Kouign Aman (possibly misspelt here)!
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Really sad how this once wonderful gem has fallen under new ownership. I don't proclaim to know how the backend of a bakery works, but I do know there should be goods for purchase when the shop is open. What was once, arguably, the best...More
A cute little bakery with amazing french pastries and coffee. Parking is hard to come by sometimes so walk over or park a block or two off and you will have a much easier time getting in and out!
This is the best type of neighborhood place, the kind you wish was walking distance from you. The type of place you rationalize you're better off not having next to you because you would gain 20 pounds if you could walk there. if you've not...More
Whatever you have at Honore will be delicious! I am particular to the Ballard Honey Cheesecake! The coffee and teas are of good quality and the prices are affordable. There is seating outside in the back of the bakery.
I have been searching for the best croissant and pain au chocolate in Seattle for a long time. Having travelled to Paris many times, I return home yearning for that quintessential bakery that has the smell and look of Paris. Looks however, are not enough....More
Totally gorgeous place! Was taken here by a friend, otherwise would never have found it, as its in a little suburb. My friend and I indulged in a little bit of a lot, getting several cakes and then splitting them afternoon tea style! The macarons...More
Finally got to stop by when they were open and everything I had heard about their Croissants was true. Light, flaky and so buttery and that satisfying flaky mess on the front of my shirt after taking a bit. Also tried a Pear Danish that...More