Open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. six days a week (closed Sundays), people wait out on the pavement to get in. Everything is delicious: baguettes, croissants, pain au chocola, tarte au citoen, petit pain and many other kinds of breads and pastries.
During the work week you can get the most delicious sandwiches, the equivalent of a whole meal between 2 pieces of delicious French bread, for not much money - really good value for money!
They do sell local soft drinks, and there is a bench to sit on, but this bakery is not really a place to sit and enjoy your purchase. Parents sometimes take their children to see the bread being made (through the glass dividing wall). Right next door is a cheese shop with an extensive choice of cheese to accompany your bread.
Go around the corner, walk down the street to the canal, and sit on a bench (or the grass), and enjoy your own impromptu meal over looking the water fowl and boats. More a local experience than a tourist attraction!
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