I stopped here for a coffee in the sun but was delighted by the amazing array of cakes, patisseries, macarons, and chocolates. I even bought a few as presents as so good.
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Hard to choose from all the lovely cakes and pastries on display here. Also have an amazing selection of award winning chocolates, although these are very expensive. Good venue for breakfast or a coffee stop.
We have been here many times over many years, but this morning the service was very slow, the cappuccino was very weak and poorly made, and the whole place felt very tired, compared to its serious competition. Yet, it was nowhere near full (25%). What's...More
We stopped in just for what we call a breakfast desert. While everything they had looked good, we already had our croissants and coffee a few doors down. The selection of pastries was unspeakably thrilling. What choices! Obviously, we were satisfied!
The food was excellent especially the breakfast, but service was a bit slow, coffee was cold. We asked to heat up the croissant and the waitress forgot it in the microwave, but she apologize later. Location is superb, deserts are plenty.
On a trip with friends from work and one of them had a birthday. Just wanted a birthday cake to celebrate and were spoilt for choice! The cakes were amazing, so light they melted in the mouth, you didn't want to stop at one slice!
We were looking for a little something different for breakfast so walked down here from our hotel. My husband ordered the "Petite Dejunne" and I ordered a cheese omelet. The omelet was served with a tasty light salad. I traded some of mine for some...More
We went there many times during our vacation in France. Sometimes we came for breakfast, sometimes just for pastries and coffee. Each time was great and delicious.
We had breakfast here before going home to Scotland- both had omelette which was delicious and came with salad (unexpected but perfect). We were asked how we wanted the omelette cooked and they came exactly as desired - yum! Also had mixed fresh fruit and...More
This place looks just fine from the outside and I'm thinking affiliated with the Chalet 4810 on the opposite end of the Chamonix pedestrian walk. They both sell the same pastries marked 4810. In any case I've been here twice and can say that the...More