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So many delicious options! We came here our first day and I would have come here everyday but I vowed to try a new patisserie everyday. I will admit though, I did have to come back before we left. The staff was so friendly. I...More
This town centre patisserie serves fresh cakes, pastries and savouries with counter service and casual seating outside. The service is friendly and all the pastries etc look good. A good place to relax and watch people and pigeons. Seating could be a little more comfortable....More
We popped by this Boulangerie every morning! It's a cute little place with outdoor seating, right in the middle of the Massena area. Over our couple of visits we had baguettes, ham and cheese croissant, brioche, croissants, pain au chocolat and coffee. Everything was lovely....More
Monday 4th Feb in the morning, we were travelling thought we get a few things for the road. The person serving me makes me feel he is doing me a FAVOUR!!! I smile at the girl preparing the sandwiches and she gave me a blank...More
I came to Chez Pierre in search of amazing baguettes. After my disappointing visit to Boulangerie Jeannot the previous day I went down the trip advisor list and thought there was promise since this boulangerie's location is far less "touristy", just 1 street back from...More
I was in Hostel Villa Saint Exupery Beach and every morning got baguttes here, because toast is not what you wish for breakfast. This bakery was already open at 07:00 am, so you should go and get your baguettes.
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You should contact the bakery directly. I am a reviewer, only. Gluten free is only just becoming fashionable in France...most of the classic pastries and breads don't translate well to gluten free so be prepared to... More
You should contact the bakery directly. I am a reviewer, only. Gluten free is only just becoming fashionable in France...most of the classic pastries and breads don't translate well to gluten free so be prepared to sacrifice taste, texture and overall quality, if you are able to find that option.