I actually prefer their other location because the service is much better. The food is equally fresh and a place I recommend regularly.
We like to visit on the weekends with the kids. They love both the regular croissants and the chocolate croissants. The bread is also wonderful. The owners are always friendly and seem very happy to see you.
We had an enjoyable lunch. They have a nice selection of hot and cold sandwiches. My daughter and I shared the twelve inch Addison- chicken breast, fresh mozzarella, tomato, roasted red peppers and basil on a baguette. The sandwich was very fresh and tasty. My granddaughter had a half sandwich and chicken noodle soup. She especially enjoyed the soup. In... More
Delicious croissants, amazing cakes ( try the St. Tropez ), we had lunch there several times so we tried the potatoes pie, so good. Big salads and sandwiches, very fresh ! Excellent food we can't wait to come back and try some other pastries !
We were further south than Bakery of France on rte 1 at Spanish River Rd and figured this would be just as good. Mistake. The coffee was mediocre; the sandwiches were disastrous. The baguette was dense, not light, but you might prefer it that way. The cheese was not flavorful. The croissant was not flavorful and was oily, but it... More
The food was really enjoyable, as many other reviewers have mentioned. On that and the many good reviews, I would give this place one more chance. However, I would like to comment on the wait staff on this particular Sunday afternoon. You know the cliche that the French are rude and hate Americans? Well, our experience here was as if... More
My mouth started watering the moment I walked in the door. What a delightful array of desserts, croissants, Danish, there may have been more but my eyes were full of all the chocolate goodies and pastries. Once I calmed down, I ordered the ham quiche and salad combo - about $7. Quiche was jammed with ham, very mildly seasoned, and... More
Wanted a coffee somewhere different and were recommended to try here. Not disappointed. Coffee good with free refills at the table. Authentic French pastries and lovely cakes. We didn't have the baguettes but saw some being served and they looked good. Busy with local people who all said how good it was.
I was a little worried, going back to Côté France after it was taken over by new owners, but I am happy to report that all the goodies are still there. The menu hasn't changed, the atmosphere is still "bonne humeur", and service is just as good, if not a little better than before. We had a merguez sandwich. The... More
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