Have been here twice and while their baked goods are great, their customer service need work. I did not feel welcomed both times. I had a male cashier the first time and then a female cashier the second time and while they made eye contact with me when I came in, both times they tried serve the person that came in well after I did, EVEN THOUGH I was in front of their line! But of course, I interrupted by saying I got there first. Anyway, I feel less important when I come here even though I pay with the same currency as every other person. I try to avoid going to this bakery and much rather purchase their baked goods from Cafe Postal.
The only problem was that we came too late in the day for a greater selection. Wasn't much to choose from but what we ordered was amazing.
This place is by far the best place to get an almond croissant in Winnipeg. Should you go there on an empty stomach? Yes - then get one of everything and enjoy them over by the Cathedrale or at the forks. By the time you eat them all, you’ll have room for more. Seriously keep going back as much as you can. (The service is tops too.)
Amazing, delicious croissants with a variety of different flavours and other baked goods.
I ordered a croissant and when the server started to look for one that wasn't flat I started to get worried that they probably weren't baked correctly. I wasn't surprised when it was doughy and undercooked. Not good!
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