We were browsing carpets in PYD. Yup, we were.
In need of coffee, and perhaps a little snack, we stopped by here. We actually did a macaron class here years ago, so we know the quality of the pastries and they really are beautiful creations.
We decided to go with a little less sugar and decadence this Saturday morning and so just had a palmier (which my family called ‘palm ears’ when I was growing up; I’m not sure whether they were joking or not) and a croissant.
But were tasty. The croissant was flaky and crisp and had a nice buttery flavour, though I am rather critical having done so much croissant research in Paris. I thought this was fine; not the best I’ve had, but certainly OK.
The coffee took forever though. It wasn’t busy; they were just really slow.