The Colville Street Patisserie has great espresso drinks and good pastries. I had the almond croissant. The croissant was excellent, but it was really short on the almond filling.
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We have travelled in France and around Europe several times, and this patisserie is just as good as those in Europe! The croissants were excellent and the palmiers so good!!
If you have eaten at other French patisseries, you may not be as impressed with the quality here. The prices are VERY high and the pastries do no match the prices. I can get better pastries for half the cost in our north Seattle suburb.
Decadent is the only word that comes to mind. Unique & delicious treats to spoil anyone who enters their doors. Always humming with locals and out of towners, it's a perfect end to your day's adventures. I'm not a big dessert fan, but I'd go...More
The Canneles were something new for me, but I fell in love with them the first time. Like a little cake with a coating of beeswax, and a pound cake-like inside with a little custard. Not too sweet at all, and just the right amount!...More
I'm really fussy when it comes to French pastries and I've long given up finding a real patisserie in Seattle where I live. I was in Walla Walla for a quick overnight and wanted a quick bite and coffee before continuing our road trip. I...More
The place was packed with locals, always a good sign. The pastry choices were many and all looked delicious and the two that we sampled were very good. Great coffee
The very best desserts in town, love the chocolate tore, or the dark chocolate with carmel, ince creme is great too, oh then the french macroons are such a delight! a must try while in town