When I saw this bakery, I was hopeful that it might contain the pastries that I enjoyed while visiting Paris last year. A typical Parisan bakery would have a large display of fruit filled or chocolate topped pastries, there would be cakes, and tarts and croissants and other fresh baked bread. it would smell wonderful! But when I walked into this little bakery, I was a little disappointed. Their display is really small - the variety of baked goods is limited. i was hoping to find a chocolate croissant but nope. none. they had a chocolate mousse cake, napoleon cake, esclairs, brownies, and meat filled croissants. That is about all they have for variety. the man behind the counter was very helpful to the couple in front of me, explaining to her what each item was, but oddly when it was my turn, and when I asked what the items were and what was inside (nothing was labelled - so no description or price), the man was curt with me. i ordered a brownie and a hot cocoa to go which rang up to $6. the cocoa was very frothy and light - not a strong chocolate flavour which was nice for me. the brownie is nothing special. very dense, not a lot of rich chocolately flavour either. Not sure if it was worth $3.50.
I wasn't too impressed with this bakery. It seemed like it was trying to be a posh little bakery but not really succeeding. I probably wouldn't go again unless I was feeling for a good cup of hot cocoa.