The pain chocolato is the best you can find in NYC, the best bakery here. The Quiche is also good but small. The food is very good and people is nice.
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We ordered 4 different things (French Toast, pancakes, pastries, omelette ) and all were excellent. Great service. Even had to ask for the check like in any good restaurant in Paris.
Perhaps the best Napolean that I have tasted—light cream, flaky layers. Gold leaf flakes on the chocolate dessert, perfectly executed fruit tart, excellent coffee… [you get the idea]. All of the pastries and foods presented in a well-decorated small and cozy corner café, complete with...More
There are tons of restaurants near the Joyce Theater, where we go for ballet. Not all of them are open when we want to go. We had a 730 curtain at the Joyce and ate here before, with a res at 6. The place was...More
Enjoyed breakfast here with friends visiting from California. It was a short walk from the skyline hotel where we were staying. The baked eggs and eggs Benedict did not disappoint. Wish we had tried the delectable pastries.
Maybe it was just the right timing for us, but I swear it was the best cup of tea (lemon verbena) and confection (a custard and a chocolate ganache) ever. Quaint little place, and they obviously care about quality. The server didn't seem particularly friendly,...More
I love this place- their pastries are very very good- go for the almond brioche or almond croissant- you can either sit on a stool at the counter space which is what I do or go sit at a table with waitress service if you...More