Located along the “Rue de la Paix” shopping walkway, this bustling quick café is reminiscent of a Paris bistro. A breakfast and lunch hot spot, it gets packed with diners drawn in by its bakery cases adorned with colorful treats.
Grab a breakfast croissant or Danish during the morning rush. At lunch, pick from various sandwiches, such as chicken Caesar, roast beef or BLT on a baguette. Soups of the day, salads, pastries, scones and desserts satisfy any hunger pangs. The quick window for pizza (whole or by the slice) provides a fast and tasty snack.
For a sugar craving, peruse the vibrant displays of gelato flavors or beautifully crafted desserts. True to French culture, the bread, pastries and pizza dough are all baked fresh in house in the aromatic bakery.
What to Eat at This Bustling Bistro:
- Chocolate croissants
- Prosciutto sandwich
- Scoop of gelato
- Open until midnight for a late-night snack
- Fill up on a pastry or splurge on a full meal
- Convenient for those on the go
- Purchase baguettes to go
- Watch breads being made on the spot
"Designed for the convention market and anyone else in a hurry, this cheerful self-serve restaurant and working bakery is modeled after a basement bakery, complete with a brick vaulted ceiling, that you’d find on the streets of Paris. Chefs create the breads and French pastries in the open display oven for all to see. "