This is a good place for a light breakfast. Ingredients were fresh, good coffee too It's a combination cafe and store.
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An interesting concept in a French bistro (sort of) and quaint marketplace. With absolutely no atmosphere, but plenty of interesting groceries, I was underwhelmed by the lack of charm in this small breakfast/lunch/coffee shop. Very interesting food selection (I had the omelet sandwich and a...More
Small and friendly, excellent French bread and baked goods, great breakfast menu. You order inside the shop, take your coffee and the food is served.
As someone who isn't too skilled in classic French cuisine, I have to say that I loved this cafe. The food was absolutely delicious (and affordable), and it reminded me of one of those little corner cafes you'd find in Europe The employees were all...More
We enjoyed this place, but it's nothing to rush back to. Proximity to our vacation rental and having a Groupon was the motivating factor. Try to eat on the patio, which has more charm than eating indoors. Unfortunately it was wet/rainy while were were there,...More
This place is run by Europeans and has delicious food. Inside there is a small store as well that sells various packaged foods from Europe - you order your food at the register and they bring it out to you. The food was delicious- I...More
It is almost liberating with a little old-fashioned cafe in the outskirts of the ultra-hip Abbot.Here francophiles feel at home, the coffee is not magic, nor bread, which you would think of a French cafe. Is the temperature comfortable there is a nice outdoor terrace....More
No service, boring food, nothing special. Not the best place to have breakfast. I can not recommend.
While visiting LA, we stopped in to this cafe for a quick bite. Once we saw the offerings, we decided to linger. The coffee was amazing and we really enjoyed the pastries too! I'll be back next time I'm in the area. Friendly staff and...More