We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We decided to take a quick winter getaway for a fine dining experience at some of our favorite restaurants. Pain D'Avignon is on that list
Being winter, we were seated inside, in the side room with a view of bakery. Wow, a lot activity and...More
Right at the Hyannis Airport rotary, dining and bakery. Will be by soon to dine but for now just running in for that delicious cranberry pecan bread every time I’m in the area (3-4 times a month). Best I’ve ever had, anywhere!
Visited early on a Monday afternoon for sit down service. Service was prompt and I enjoyed a scallop special which had very tender and moist scallops. A bit pricy to qualify as a 5 star VALUE but I would still look forward to another visit....More
I decided to take a 3pm pastry break. I encountered a very rude person behind the counter. He frowned & could hardly bother to answer my questions as to what kind of cookies were there & what type of croissants & pastries were available. Having...More
A nice place to visit near the airport and drink a beer or coffee and eat delicious foods like Key Lime Pie or Blueberry Lemon Tart with. Also delicious breads and several options.
If you are visiting the area, this the place to eat something....More
True French cuisine meets Cape Cod chic, Pain D’Avignon exceeds expectations. The highly trained culinary staff, know how to present, execute and deliver outstanding food and service.
I had the Fish Tacos which where lightly fried fish du jour, sliced avocado, tomato, cucumber & red...More
Came for breakfast. Ordered a baguette with butter and jam and a croissant. The croissant was delicious-very buttery! The baguette was a little dry. It was nice to have a little taste of France in Hyannis.
I promised “the best kept secret”, “Zagat rated”, and “the hidden gem” , and I saved it all for our last day on the Cape. It supposed to be the final accord to a beautiful vacation, so to speak, the note that would keep its...More
Party of 3, promptly seated, gracious host.
Chimay beer on tap, excellent wine selection
Nice warm bread and salted butter to start
Roasted chicken done quite well
Steak frites were perfect !
Finished with creme brûlée, excellent
And they gave us two delicious French loaves...More