Wohoo nothing can make me happier than waking up on a beautiful sunny Saturday and knowing I will get a yummy breakfast.
Ok, to be honest I don't know if it's gonna be yummy or not but I have faith.
I've been wanting to visit this patisserie since I read this review. Even though not many people have reviewed it, all of the positive comments sound so sincere and definitely poked my curiosity. Shame that their opening hours are not too convenient for me, they close on Sundays and are only open until 12 on Saturdays? And nvm that they only open until 2pm on weekdays.
So I said to Moco, we have to dedicate one of our Saturday mornings to go there!!
Finally the day had come..got there by 9.30am and greeted by a friendly French ;)
With my hungry eyes I just went loco with the pastries, we had a hard time deciding so we got more than I think we should.
The price was not as cheap as what I expected for a suburban patisserie but hell it's darn good. The croissant was crunchy at the end and soft at the middle. The fresh brioche just melted in your mouth. The tiny tart was too tiny to be shared, it was amazing.
The coffee was nothing to brag about, but we will definitely come back for the croissant and brioche!! Ah the brioche..don't know why it's so hard to find a good brioche like that. Or actually I found it hard to find brioche period.
There were not many seats available so we just had take away and brought our treasures to a closest park - Happy Saturday indeed :)