Was it worth the hour and a half wait? With a MOMA member in tow, and a good 20 minute worth of photo taking on the rain floor itself - abso-freaking-lutely. (Without, well, maybe that’s debateable). Regardless. We made it. We did it. And we have these to show for it.
Can you guess what’s oozing from the centre of this golden, snow dusted brioche french toast? I’ll give you a moment…that’s it. Nutella. While the amount could have, and well, in my opinion, should have been, about 10 times the amount (featured above), here’s to happy memories, random discoveries, blissful moments, the best company, and chance encounters.
So, it may or may not have become apparent at this point, that I am quite a fan of pastries…well, just means more tips and pastry food-porn to satiate your cravings too, (I know you have them…). Two of my favourite things put together; almond croissant, with chocolate. Thank you Butterfield.
Les patisseries Françaises, well, nothing quite compares. What a pleasant surprise to see them making their way over the Atlantic. Eric Kayser’s Mille-Feuille, not my first choice, but nonetheless addictive.
While they were a little frugal with their strawberry jam and clotted cream…it is hard to find reasons to complain when you are being served one of your favourites…almost a perfect replica. A job well done Tea & Sympathy.
Oo la la les crêpes. Ces crêpes. Even though she stole my idea…20 years before I was able to implement this idea…that I had 1 year ago…well. Even so. Crêpes. That is all I have to say. Let your imagination do the rest…