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Lovely store, but unprofessional service: Unfriendly and arrogant, on both occasions visited the store. Products were ok, in one case with badly ground cereals that caused an unpleasant sensation while eating. Won´t be back.
An unassuming but upscale establishment. My friend and I had just wandered out of a nearby chocolate shop and found this place; we almost passed on the baked goods, but luckily we decided to try a Plundermohspeis, a crescent-shaped pastry with some sugar on the...More
a little but quite welcoming and stylish bread shop run by two boys who decided to go back to the roots of beaking bread. no artificial stuff in all recipes. delicious!
you can also get a freshly brewed coffee or another organic drink there.