with Teena Hughes

Feeling French in Sydney

April 5, 2010 No Comments
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I have a couple of French cafés and restaurants close by, and I really felt like croissants one morning last week.
I popped out early and arrived at one French bakery in Balmain (a suburb of Sydney, Australia). I grabbed a couple of croissants, and went home to make a latte with my Italian Lavazza beans.

Ooooohhh the anticipation was delicious, and I couldn’t wait to sit down and savour my Frenchiness for the day.

Well, jeezlouweez, when I took the croissants out of the bag, I was pretty disappointed. When I tasted one I was very annoyed and extremely disappointed :-( It tasted days old!

Sorry French bakery, that’s the last time you’ll see me.

The next morning I decided to pop over to a French café called Le Pain Quotidien in Leichhardt. The name of the café translates to “The Daily Bread”.

http://www.lepainquotidien.com.au >>

When my steaming bowl of latte arrived, and the beautifully presented croissant and jam, my mouth watered with anticipation.

As I took the first bite, I was so excited! The croissant was fresh and delicious, and I thoroughly enjoyed my breakfast. Yay!

Hope your last croissant was as delicious as mine :-)

Here’s a video from the website – this café’s in Surry Hills:

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