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“Hidden Gem”
Review of Pain D'Avignon

Pain D'Avignon
Ranked #16 of 203 Restaurants in Hyannis
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$25 - US$60
Cuisines: French, Bar, Cafe
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Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Description: Modern European style Cafe & Bistro
Reviewed 22 October 2016

It is a bit off the beaten path, but worth the trip. We had dinner here last week and it was excellent. We were seated at a table with a view of the bakery and could see the bread being made. (There was also one baker, who seemed to be having trouble keeping his trousers up, but that's another story....) We began our meal with cocktails and the beef tartare and Wellfleet oysters and they were quickly consumed. The fresh fish special (tuna) was ordered by three in our party and they were very happy with it until they tasted my Steak Frites, which they thought was the standout entree. For dessert we shared the hazelnut cake and creme brulee. Our waiter suggested a really excellent bottle of red wine which had a wonderful silky texture, but whose name I cannot remember. Definitely look for this restaurant. You will not be disappointed.

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Thank MomRocco
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Reviewed 18 October 2016

Stopped in for a rainy day lunch.
My friend had the turkey sandwich on cranberry bread and fries. She loved it,... as I did my taste of it. I had the lobster salad. She agreed it was very good. Every restaurant should aspire to the quality and value offered here. It's a go to for me.

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Thank john d
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Reviewed 13 October 2016

We ate breakfast at Pain D'Avignon, Grumpy's and Keltic Kitchen during our visit to Cape Cod. Pain D'Avignon was the best overall. Keltic Kitchen's ham was out of this world. Grumpy's was good all around.

We ordered the Croque Monsieur, the Croque Madame and the Galette Complete. All three were spectacular. The bread and the croissants were also spectacular. The coffee was the best we tried in Cape Cod.

The Cafe Latte was excellent but sadly no free refills.

This is French bistro and boulangerie food.

A must go for breakfast while in Cape Cod. Not the normal American breakfast of eggs, bacon and home fries. But easily one of our two best meals while in Cape Cod along with Lobster Trap in Bourne.

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Thank SDJA
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Reviewed 10 October 2016 via mobile

We had a delightful brunch in this gem of a restaurant tucked away in a corner of the Hyannis airport. We have visited this restaurant often for dinner or sandwiches to-go as well as their excellent baked goods. Today we had their new brunch. The fried chicken with honey and gravy was excellent. The spinach and cheese galette was outstanding and the croque madame was rich and tasty. I would highly recommend this wonderful brunch.

Thank Matthew J
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Reviewed 29 September 2016

This place was recommended for coffee, sits on the airport. They bake the bread for Cape Cod, so pastries and croissants freshly made each day. Expect a queue as local traffic stop to pick up bread. Coffee was excellent, we frequently stopped here mid morning for a coffee plus pastry. Very friendly staff who make the experience special. Coffee is brought out to you in mugs, so you can enjoy relaxing rather than queuing.
We also had dinner 1 night. A very good menu. We shared the mussels to start, which served in a tasty broth. Followed by the Pain D'Avignon burger. This is 8 ozs of fresh ground meat served with skinny French fries. The chef is French, so the food was very well prepared. There is an excellent well stacked bar to sit around as well as a massive visible wine cellar - shame I was driving. Loved this place.

Thank leisuremanKingsdown
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