will draw you in to this delightful boulangerie. Located along a quiet street filled with art galleries, this quaint restaurant beaconed us in with a window full of delectable desserts. There were pies, tarts, and cakes that made the mouth water...can you eat a window? My husband and I walked into the restaurant that feels like a home. The mother and daughter have been in business together for over 20 years. We sat down and had a tasty light lunch of salad, poached eggs and salmon. And then came the question, "Would you like to go over to the window and choose a dessert?" I think I ran to the window and chose a cherry cake in milk and my husband chose a cherry tart. Both were wonderful, but I must say my husband's tart was possibly the best I have ever tasted! It was warm, sweet, with a bit of cinnamon. My husband kept complementing me on my little find in the middle of the day.
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