Stumbled across small cafe while seeking a brunch spot. Worth the trip just to see the amazing pastries! Serves quiche, a few sandwiches & entrees. Focus is on quality, but sevice was good.
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Five of our family went to Le Patissier for lunch and we all ordered something different. I had the Crepe Suzette which was superb. I have also had their mixed berry Crepe also an excellent choice. The sandwiches, quiche and salads were all excellent choices....More
The pastries are very good, the chocolate ganache is meh, and the quiches are very good. The only problem is the price. Save it for special occassions.
The food here, that I have had, has been great. I've been multiple times and love the atmosphere and food. The only reason I don't go more often, is that I usually want espresso and theirs is too acidic for me. (I am, admittedly, very...More
Okay. I'm sorry. I was only in France one time for 10 days, so I can't say that this is the "great French way." I can, however, say that their stuff is EXCELLENT. Lovely and tasty. I have only had their pastries and they are...More
Nice and clean cafe with very good options for brunch or lunch. The pastry cheff is the real deal (not someone who just took a few cooking lessons while vacationing in France). The lunch menu includes some excellent soups, a couple of quiche choices (Lorraine...More
Excellent!!! As a pastry chef, I am picky. These wonderfully crafted, real pastries are worth the extra 45 minutes detour off I-5 on my trips from so Oregon to Portland. I buy a dozen of a variety of pastries that dreams are made of. I...More
Had heard about this gem of a restaurant from my son. We stopped in during the week only to find out that the crepes were only offered on weekends. So back we went, and were happy with both visits. You do stand in line to...More