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- 51%Art & Design Lovers
- 51%Nightlife Lovers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (8)
- Paris BaguetteMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Oct 31, 2013
After my first review I have visited Paris Baguette on numerous occasions. 4 Stars really doesn't do this place justice. A lot of the best bakeries often only has a few items that really stand out. Paris Baguette has a lot of innovative and delicious items. I probably can't pick one item from Paris Baguette and call it the best I ever had but everything they offer are consistently good. I also love how they always seem to have new items every time I visit.
Some of my favorites from this bakery -
Sweet Potato Bread
Sweet Potato Shortcake
Green Tea Cream Cheese Bread
I love most of their sweet potato stuff. Maybe I am partial because I have always liked sweet potato dessert to begin with. Their chiffon cakes are not bad but I think Satura is doing better in this department.
This is also a good place to pick up a last minute birthday cake. Tell them it is for a birthday and they will give you a nice kit with matches, candles and an elegant cake cuter. Trust me, even your hardest to please foodie friends won't frown upon you with a last minute cake from Paris Baguette. There is nothing I hate more than being forced to consume some overly sugary and buttery cakes just because it is someone's birthday.
As many have mentioned before, the pastries and cakes here are no where as sweet as their American or European counterparts. If you have a really sweet palette you might not like the dessert here.
- Paris BaguetteAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 9Oct 07, 2012
Yay there's a Paris Baguette closer to me. It's located next to the Lawrence Food court, so there's plenty of parking. This location is smaller than the Palo Alto one...I like the ambiance of the Palo Alto one better too. The good thing about this location is that you can do some grocery or shopping for other stuff while here and grab a meal in the food court as well. They compete for clientele in the food court where they have a coffee shop and shaved ice/gelato. If you need some pastries, come here!
- Paris BaguetteJul 05, 2012
Dang, talk about a Northern California version of 85C (almost...)
I think although the atmosphere is different and there are no delicious teas or drinks to be had here (although they do serve coffee), this is probably as good as it gets here for pastries and baked goods.
Everything probably has at least one stick of butter in it which is why it tastes so heavenly, but that's ok! I'm totally down for a carb attack.
I highly recommend this spot if your'e in the area and even if you're not and just craving some delicious baked treats, cakes or even some candies. They have such a healthy selection you'll be hard pressed to just pick ONE. Yes I challenge you!
This is also kind of a small cafe so you can enjoy some coffee/tea with your pastry if you so desire while you eye your next snack attack still sitting on the counter.
- Paris BaguetteMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Jul 04, 2012
Paris what? Erm, i dont think we're in Kansas anymore...
Bread, bread, and more bread goodness. Of course it's not as sweet as the company i kept nor as vivavious though it would hold me over.
The hot chocolate isn't so bad and i had this bun thing with cream inside. Turns out that my creamy bun thing had purple stuff oozing out of it as well... I was a touch put off but tasted it. It turned out to be blueberries.
It was good.