We visited a few times and enjoyed the pastries and wonderful cakes on offer. Not a bad Latte too...
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nicer shop and just a few seats but feel very relaxed. i came there a few times and this is my first review. too bad they rarely have pain au chocolat when i come, today i tried their apple tart, pretty good when served warm....More
Quality French food, combined with good coffee. Nice place. Only critical point is that staff sometimes forgets part of the order and could be a bit more friendly.
Tucked in the food fair level of the Saigon Centre is a lovely shop for pastries and savoury foods. Teas and coffee available. Indulged in quiche for a mid morning bite, and packed pain au chocolat and a sliver of opera cake for my evening...More
The decoration is nice but the food is a average, order fresh items only. The staff cant speak good English but the place is cosy
Relaxing in the cool of the Saigon Centre enjoying a Afternoon tea.😉 Personal service, nice place to just sit and relax.
A gorgeous little french patisserie. We had the chocolate croissants which were as good as you would get in top bakeries around the world. Most importantly, the coffee was really good here. A lovely little cafe.
Great little patisserie with a really French feel, perfect for a quick breakfast or a morning coffee
As soon as you enter,if you are like me you immediately go to the cabinet full of yummy pastries.The only question is what to buy. This is the place "enjoy"
Excellent little bakery. Amazing cakes and biscuits. Good selection. Do a nice latte. I loved the almond crisp biscuits.