the plain croissant and Kouign Amann, claimed to be the house specialty. This is a quaint little bakery with only 3 tables. We went there to get a light lunch during a recent visit to Montreal. We tried several items on the menu, the plain and cheese croissant; quiche, soup, Kouign Amann and a blue berry tart. I would say the plain croissant was worth the special trip.
Living in Colorado definitely does not qualify me as any kind of pastry connoisseur but their croissant was the best I have ever had. It is flaky but not greasy. We liked it so much, we bought 10 more to eat later. Even though two days old, the croissants reheated in a toaster oven were still very good.
The Kouign Amann is a sweet flaky layered pastry although very good, I would choose the croissant over it any time. The quiche, soup and tart were okay but not special.
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