Great place for breakfast with a lot of delicious choices and price is very reasonable. Service is also good, staff are nice and fast. I went there everyday during my stay in Montreal after I discovered it.
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Croissant is crunchy.Egg like tart is not too sweet and creamy. Strawberry is yummy. The bakery is clean and the packing in the box is bit with style. Tha staff are all friendly and helpful to each other.
You have to come early in the morning, this bakery closes early. Just bought a couple of pastries for breakfast and they were good. Went back the next day for the chocolate croissants...
Don't know whether it's a process of gentrification but certainly noticed less boulangeries around downtown. This Au Pain Dore (with locations elsewhere as well) was fine for a quick coffee and croissant fix but if you are looking for quality go elsewhere like Premiere Molson....More
This French bakery is wonderful. The pastries are outstanding. Try the almond croissant. The quiche was excellent as well. The line at lunch was at the door and on the sidewalk. So, if you want lunch get there a little early.
We stumbled upon Au Pain Dore while looking around then Jean Talon Market, and I'm so glad we did. Their croissants, chocolatines and lemon tarts were like a dream. I wish I could eat there every morning! Loved it loved it loved it. I'd recommend...More
Enjoyed lunch here after walking through the Jean Talon Market. I had a spinach quiche and my husband had the ham & cheese sandwich. Both were quite tasty, and with the excellent service & reasonable prices we would eat here again.
While staying downtown, I visited the Pain Dore location on Rue Peel 3 mornings in a row and got the same thing: the Bluette Viennoisse pastry. If I had 3 more days to stay I would have gotten the same! A better pastry I've never...More
Very impressed with this bread and pastry shop that comes a long way. Croissant was the best! Their coffee was way better than I expected. We bought some croissant to go but they did not go very far. We were empty handed when we got...More