The pastries were sub par, nothing that special. My macarons were just okay as well. A tad smaller than most places I've been to and not much filling.
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The food was pretty good, but not anything spectacular. However, I would eat there again. The reason I am giving the restaurant a low rating is because of the staff. They are RUDE and very unprofessional. The lady at the front counter taking lunch orders...More
Read the reviews and decided to visit. Located in a strip mall so the outside is plain, however the inside had several tables and chairs made to look like you sitting outside in a cafe. I had the spinach quiche which was yummy! Large portion....More
What a great find, found some unique pastries. In Memphis. Hmm who would have known. If you love French desserts, definitely try out this place,
Spicy Tomato Soup is rich & thick, with melted Gouda cheese -- very good. The Chicken Salad is a mixture of chunky breast of chicken / celery / scallions / sliced almonds toasted / & blended with cream cheese (instead of mayo, if you want...More
This lovely little bistro is one of our can't-miss spots whenever we're in Memphis. I strongly recommend the chicken salad and cream of mushroom soup, though the spicy tomato is also great. You cannot beat the chocolate Napolean or almond croissant for dessert, though the...More
I routinely hit La Baguette up for a fresh loaf of bread. But, recently I had the breakfast here and can say it was good. Nothing spectacular, but solid scrambled eggs and bacon. The bread, though, is the real deal.
Can't go wrong at la baguette, the bread is always fresh and the Napoleons and eclaires are excellent. The staff is real nice too and they give free coffee refills. A small bistro just like one in Paris.