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“Nice pastries”
Review of Fournier Rousseau

Fournier Rousseau
Ranked #13 of 30 Bakeries in Mexico City
Neighbourhood: Roma
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Neighbourhood: Roma
Reviewed 5 May 2016

I've been to some of their branches and all of them are characterized by their cute and inviting atmosphere. Also all of them smartly located in nice areas.
Their almond croissant is very good the pain au chocolate more average.
Where they couldn't get me to come back is with their coffee. Bitter and served boiling hot (quite common in the cafes that are not specialized in coffee), nothing to get excited for.

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Thank AleEspinola
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Reviewed 1 February 2016

Very cute bakery with amazing almond croissants. Also tried the pear tart which was fantastic!!! The bakery had a very limited selection of breads.

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Reviewed 18 November 2015 via mobile

Great coffee and croissants, super nice staff! I dont mind to go alone, my favourite place in the city for a coffee!

Thank Fabrice M
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Reviewed 20 October 2015

This is a pretty bakery. The bread and cakes are better than many other places in the Roma but not nearly as good as others. Their prices are very reasonable. They have little tables outside where you can have coffee and cake.

Thank Adelina99
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Reviewed 4 September 2015

What a wonderful way to start your day in Mexico City's Colonia Roma that has, here and there, the feeling of being in Paris. A delicious coffee and an almond croissant better than any I have had anywhere, seated at one of the three tiny tables and stools just outside the door and watching the morning activity at Cordoba and Alvaro Obregon. Save room for one of the poached eggs Benedict dishes served on slices of authentic baguette and accompanied by tiny new potatoes sprinkled with fresh rosemary. I love carrot cake and the generous slice looked appetizing to go with an afternoon coffee...but it disappointed....virtually tasteless and the icing lacked any flavor at all. The talented baker needs a completely new recipe for this item. Stick to the croissants and bread. The staff all seem to be hapoy and enjoy each other as they cook and bake in an extremely tiny space. I would suggest someone consider the kind of music that is played....obviously staff chosen....but not so pleasant for clients for a relaxing breakfast or lunch. I still go back every morning every visit to DF.

Thank ResidentePermanente
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