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This place is like no other.
Innovative craftsmanship in the arts of baking fresh bread, pizzas, quiches and sandwiches, all at a reasonable price, all in a pleasant spirit of doing things right.
Come for the taste, return for the smiles.
Tried this restaurant for breakfast. We were advised that their pastry was somewhat different with less salt and more nutritious, so we gave it a go. The croissants were small and hard and difficult to eat. The pain au chocolate was the same. Managed one...mouthful only. Coffee was okay. Total cost 13 euros. When we explained we couldn’t eat the pastries, we were told that’s the way they make them. No offer of a refund or anything as an alternative, so just tough on us as we’d already paid. This is a place to avoid!
Just round the corner is a Paul patisserie where we purchased proper fresh French croissants for 1.3 euros each, which were great, so go there instead.More
Date of visit: April 2019
lepainjournel, Propriétaire at Le PETIT Cafe du Pain Journel bio, responded to this reviewResponded July 5, 2019
Thank you for having tried and posted your opinion.
We do 100% organic, 100% home made, no freezing nor additives. Our croissant is 17th century style, you did not like it. We do mostly for people who eat different, but we sell also to other...More
We had ginger carrot soup, quiche, a chorizo sandwich and dessert. The chef and staff gave excellent service and helped us pick the delicious food choices. Thanks for the healthy and most importantly tasty meal!
Date of visit: January 2019
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