This is a nice place for a quick coffee. I particularly did not enjoy the chocolate croissant (was a bit dry and didn't seem so fresh). Also tried the kouign amann and it was the first time i ever had it so to me it...More
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I dreamed about kouign amann from this patisserie for years - YEARS - since moving away from Montreal. I cannot recommend it enough. Cute bakery vibe, limited seating, fantastic sandwiches and sweet, buttery kouign amann (that's easy on the wallet).
Every time I visit Montreal, I make a pilgrimage to Kouign Amann. The plain and cheese croissants are simply the best I've had in Montreal (and cost $1.35 and $2.35 each respectively--what a deal!!), but the star is the specialty Kouign Amann. It is a...More
My wife and I are early risers, so leaving the 2 teenagers at the b&b, we walked around the Plateau neighborhood and came upon Kouign Amann. Popped our heads in and the aroma of freshly baked croissants and other items drew us in. Left with...More
If a baklava, a croissant and a donut had a ménage à trois and had baby - it would be this bakery's kouign amann. Silly good.
We stumbled upon this place one morning on a search for breakfast and while we didn't end up trying the Kouign Amann (next time), we did have warm buttery croissants and coffee. The croissants were delicious and this place is adorable. It's tiny but if...More
we came here early on a saturday and managed to get a seat (which is tough, there are only 3 tables). we ordered croissants, chocolatines (pain au chocolat) and the house specialty, kouign amann, along with a latte and a hot chocolate. everything tasted wonderful,...More