this coffee shop turned into a mongolian guanz! no longer a French pastry shop. Still well located but lacks of interest
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We came in for a lunch. They know how to treat customers. Friendly, help you right away. Their Thai-chicken soup was delicious, they know how to cook soup. The panini was also very tasty.Nice terrace. English spoken and good wifi We would recommend this place!...More
A no frills cafe. Good coffee but the pain au chocolate is outstanding. Although kind of a hefty piece of pastry when you first pick it up, it's got the most robust yet crispy layers of flaky pastry inside. No sponginess like the manfactured stuff....More
Another little gem in Ulaanbaatar - especially in returning from many days travelling in rural areas. Oh the sublime pastries choice washed down with a wonderful coffee........pop it on you morning (or afternoon) tea list!!
I had heard good things about this place....fresh croissants and good espresso....Not really. The croissants look and taste as frozen bread thrown in the oven, plain and dry, and the choc au pain was uncooked in the bottom. The coffee was very standard for Mongolia,...More
I had been looking forward to go there ever since I read about it in the lonely planet, but it was a little disappointing. The chocolate croissants were finished so we had a quite nice chocolate roll and a plain croissant mm the croissant only...More
unfortunately they did not have eggs when I was there, so I couldn't get a crêpe nor omlette ... coffee was great and my petit pain au chocolat was ok too