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“Sweet little patisserie/coffee shop”
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Tals Patisserie
Ranked #57 of 150 Restaurants in Danville
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Reviewed 2 May 2016

Lovely small scale patisserie \with cakes to order. They serve coffee, and also lunch. There's inside and outside seating. Not much space though.

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Reviewed 21 March 2016

Must have their challah bread, my daughter's favorite and is really popular because they're gone so quickly! And you must try their bourekas are so yummy!! Tal and the rest of the team there are the sweetest too.

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Thank JSMD19
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Reviewed 1 July 2015

Tal definitely brings a European sensitivity to our town! From the espresso drinks she serves (made with the right proportions of milk for latte or cappuccino drinkers), to tea service (my wife hosted a gathering of about twenty friends there, and all were delighted), to the WONDERFUL pastry. All natural ingredients, and they taste it!

Tal also prepares challah, hamentashen, rugelach, bourekas, and other Jewish delights (including Shakshuka -- a delicious composition eggs, tomatoes, and red peppers). Definitely a treat for the mouth, and a challenge for the waistline!

Thank GregVB_CA
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Reviewed 19 February 2015

They are good at pastries cause they are all made onsite by owners. Not so good with soups and salads cause portions are small and not very interesting.

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Thank Ddelfino
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Reviewed 4 November 2014

Have had breakfast, coffee, pastries here a few times. It's a darling little shop. Intimate and quite different from the big name coffee houses. Their Israeli Breakfast includes a Boureka (pastry pocket with savory filling), hard-boiled egg, Israeli salad and cheese. Very different and very tasty. A bargain at $8. Their pastries are yummy, the people are nice, and I like the atmosphere.

Thank Char F
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