It looks tiny from the outside, but the inside is a delightful surprise. The almost constant lines in the morning attest to its appeal. Prices are reasonable. My husband had a quiche Lorraine while I had the ham and cheese breakfast croissant. Both were very tasty and satisfying, although I wish the croissant had more cheese and ham. However, the croissant itself was delicious and flaky and filled me despite the meager filling. I can hardly wait to try some of the delectable looking sweets. People rave about it, and I can see why. Next on the agenda is their croissant sandwiches for only $6.50. On a heavenly croissant, how can you go wrong?
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