June 12th, 2011
On a rainy F1 Grand Prix day, hearing the sound of F1 car far from the Old Montreal, I reached this bakery. They are not exactly facing Laurier avenue, so you need to know their name not like me that just had their address.
The shop is pretty big for bakery and mostly used for making bread. There are no eat-in space.
I bought 2 croissants, a berries&white chocolate danish and a pear&chocolate danish. Tried 2 danish later and I really liked the berries&white chocolate one. A girl at the shop recommended me this one saying she had 2 of them that day. The pear one had lots of chocolate and it killed the pear flavour. They had also white chocolate one, that might be better.
I had the croissant next morning heating up in the convection oven. It was so------good! I haven't tried any croissant from other place in Montreal but this was the best I've ever had before. Very buttery and flaky, couldn't stop eating(I mean whole thing). Their price is generous, I think. Croissant for $1.45, danish for around $3, buying 4 of these was less than $10 after tax.
I would go back there definitely to try other type of bread.