Location: 165 Tremont Street, Boston, MA Honestly, this place should be called thinking crap. Hands down, the worst Earl Grey I’ve ever tasted…and I’ve tasted plenty. And besides, the chocolate croissant was nothing to write home about. Boo. Very disappointing. Someone quickly direct me to a good bakery/coffee shop. I miss Le Gourmand.
Location: 410 Adelaide St W http://www.leatcatering.com/home.htm In the cursed location where Zimbel’s Cafe and before that, Mosaic used to be, L’eat Express is the newest addition to the building beside Toronto School of Art. Herbal Infusions is faring quite well so far, so maybe there is hope for L’eat (such a difficult name to wrap my head around. Sometimes … Continue reading
Location: Outside the Louvre. Paul, the French bakery (since 1889) came highly recommended by our friend A, so when we discovered a kiosk outside the Louvre, we stood right in line! I must say, eating a chocolate chip baguette and tomato, mozzarella and basil sandwich under the shade of a tree in the Carrousel Gardens was one … Continue reading
Location: (Yorkdale Mall) 3401 Dufferin Street, Toronto http://www.michelsbaguette.com One of my favourite “go-to” bakeries in Toronto is Michel’s. It’s an European-inspired cafe/bakery and there are several locations in Ontario. It reminds me of Paul’s in Paris. No nonsense pastries, sandwiches and cafe lattes. It’s the perfect spot for a giggly group of girls women to go … Continue reading
Location: 77 avenue Kléber, Paris (16th Arr) This was my First Taste of Paris: I think I did well. We stopped by this bakery on our way to our hotel…and they line-up was huge! Am not surprised at all. We wanted to go back again, but got distracted by some sort of tower in the … Continue reading