We have been searching for a real bakery .. you know in house baking , not just a coffee joint with old commercial baked goods . This really appears to be that old style bakery . Once talking to the employee started I realized it...More
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Usually go for pastry and frozen coffee. Pastries are O. K., and prices are not cheap. There are other items on the menu. The staff is nice.
Inquiring the cost of Ordering a Cake with fruits (Lin's Cake) for 100 people. Tasted this cake and it's so scrumptious & very, very light!!! We used to order this cake @ Lin's Bakery long time ago and then Chez Pierre bought the recipe from...More
This is a small French bakery/Vietnamese cafe located off the I-10 freeway that offers some delicious baked goods, but don't expect great service thus the reason for the 2 star review. The employees never smile and never say thank you with the exception of the...More
This is the kind of place that you just have to experience first hand. I loved the atmosphere, the staff and of course the food. Got the Asian chicken salad, and added avocado - for only $.50 more. If you are considering PBread, then DONT...More
Been going to the original shop near Williams Blvd. for years. New location is expanded and even offers expanded menu.
We are in town for soccer, i wish I'd found Chez Pierre yesterday! We stopped for breakfast after seeing thier "now open for breakfast sign" we don't eat pork, but the owner had plenty of options for us, quiche, omelette, biscuits. We decided on egg...More
Recently opened. Delicious pork poboy. I had mine minus the cilantro and jalapeño. It doesn't need them. The spicy cucumber is spicy enough. I had black coffee, which tasted almost minty at first, but it balanced the spicy. My son enjoyed the thick French toast.