Being French I would say that they almost reach the French know how of bakery . Pain au chocolat are good croque M. Also The bread is not that good but it's ok. It is often crowded and a bit expensive for what it is....More
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The french owner is married to a tica, so you will find one of the best French bakery with the warm welcome of costa rican people. Be sure of taste the macaroons, the lemon pie and the eclairs.
Went for lunch with a friend. The chicken baguette was wonderful, although portions are small. The lunch menu is very limited. Coffee was very good. They have a good assortment of great pastries. I loved the Opera. Many people also come for take-out, mostly bread...More
Delicious food, unsurpassed coffee. We had the croque madame the first time, and were never disappointed by anything we ordered after that. The staff were helpful, friendly and attentive. I wish I could have their coffee every morning.
This cafe is small but easy to reach. Upstairs is a bit warm. Downstairs is really crowded. Cafe was good, but expensive. They were out of a lot of things...croissants with chocolate, croissants with almonds, macaroons, etc. A real disappointment.
Small place that has great pastries, croissants, French bread, sweets, quiches or sandwiches with salad. Great lunch place or take out for pastries.
Great name and location to bad the product doesn't live up to the French heritage they claim. Everything has an institutional/commercial taste. Cappuccino was watery and flavorless and the chocolate croissant had an accent of chocolate. The Banana Smoothie was the only redeeming item on...More