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“Quaint Little Bakery With Big Taste”

Pierre and Michel Fench Bakery
Ranked #9 of 47 Restaurants in Elmwood Park
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Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

My wife and I live in the area and decided to stop by to check it out. As soon as we walked in, we were taken by awe of how nice and comfy the place looked. It was very clean and hygienic and even had a little couch to sit on while we waited. We decided to start out with some macaroons and some espresso which were, by the way, delish. We then proceeded to order two sandwiches and some small pastries to top it off. They place was very hospitable and the staff is very friendly. The place has a very authentic French feel to it. A must visit.

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Reviewed 22 July 2017 via mobile

Their almond croissant is excellent. Their cream in pastries are just right without being too sweet nor too rich! The artful pastries are very nice also. They just don't have enough almond croissants at times!!

Thank Jae M
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Reviewed 18 June 2017

We visited Paris last summer and fondly remember the delicious croissants and assorted pastries we sampled. If you'd like to taste outstanding and authentic French fare this is the place to go! Remember, you get what you pay for. If you are a Wonder Bread/Dunkin Donuts kind of person you won't appreciate the fact that the prices reflect fresh, fine quality ingredients and masterful baking skills. Bon appétit!

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Thank ebmomNewJersey
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Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

Stopped in for breakfast after reading a review in the paper. It's as good as advertised. The croissants were light and delicious. We had a plain one, an almond one and a chocolate cream one. Fabulous!! So was the cafe latte. If it wasn't so far I'd be here lots more frequently.

Thank Joanne L
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Reviewed 24 May 2017

North Jersey has a plethora of terrific Italian bakeries/pastry shops. Which is why it's so cool to have a legit French place come to town. 2 French chefs and a display case that will make you nuts.
Also, they have good seating if you want your croissant and cafe au lait on-site. Finally, a decent array of breakfast croissants with eggs or ham, etc., as well as lunch on their french dough products.
Tip: they aren't cheap. A coffee with croissant is 3.00, which is not bad, but the incredible looking pastries start at around $5.50. Worth it for a special event, but if you want the cheap sweet carbs on a daily basis, stay with Dunkin.
Only reason I didn't give 5 stars was the $

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