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Love this location as it brings the environment and the food together for a mini vacation feel. My favorite is the Almond Croissant. My husband's is the Chocolate & Hazelnut Croissant and a bag of Chouquettes. I almost always bring treats home but make sure...you eat them within a day or two. Warm them in the oven to make them almost fresh baked again, Yum!More
During two stays in LO, we came here everyday for coffee and pastries. Staff is friendly and efficient. Pastries are outstanding and they feature many that are not often seen. It was a great start to our day.
My go to is the Jamon on baguette. But everything is super fresh and high quality. Beware, it does get quite crowded during the Saturday Farmer's Market season. I've also purchased lush desserts for dinner parties.
Suggested for ladies lunch and we thoroughly enjoyed it. It is a busy place and standing in line to order to be expected. We chose soup and a shared sandwich, also a “le valentin” (strawberry pastry) for dessert. Had hoped to leave with “chouquettes” but...they were sold out. Will definitely return.More
I absolutely adore this place!!! It is THE BEST bakery ever---except for one place that used to serve made-from-scratch wild berry pancakes. Alas, that place is no more. But St. Honore Boulangerie in Lake Oswego IS!!!! YAY!!! We go here, at least two to three...times, whenever we come to see family who live nearby. My absolute fave is the Normandy Apple Toast, which is a baked tartlet with apple-slices on top of custard inside puff pastry. You'll roll your eyes back inside their sockets in ecstasy! A mug of hot coffee and cream go well with at least two of these delights, if you are having lunch. Skip the yummy salads and wonderful soups and healthy & delish sandwiches! Go for pure heavenly delight instead!!! The Normandy Apple Toast! My mouth is watering just writing about it!More
A friend and I met here for lunch and we both had their split pea soup with bacon. It was excellent especially with the bread that comes with it, but also with the extra roll I ordered that had a few pieces of bacon in...it also! The staff were great and the service was quick.More
Love St. Honoré for staying true to what they are. I wish there was more seating and the staff was a little faster, but it feels very French for those reasons. Great, fresh products and excellent coffee. Great part of town worth checking out.
This is a great place to meet friends for breakfast or lunch, not a super choice for business meals. The pastry's are incredible, the choices are somewhat limited.Parking can be difficult if you want to get there during any commuting times and during lunch time...(11am to 1pm). The prices are not for the faint of heart, but it is less expensive than a trip to Paris.More