This tiny little bakery on the top end of Glebe Point Road is about as authentic as they come. You walk in to the delicious smell of baked bread and pastries, the sound of French music fills the air and the whole place has the rustic charm of any local French patisserie. I arrive fairly early on a Tuesday morning and already beautiful loaves of artisan bread fill the stained wooden shelves. Next to the coffee machine is a huge flat basket filled to the brim with every Danish pastry you could imagine, blueberry, raspberry, almond, chocolate. While I am there a huge tray of croissants arrives fresh out of the ovens at the back. I order a coffee and sit down. It is a little slow coming considering; there are only a couple of other people in the place. But it is good when it arrives, not too strong with creamy milk.
I overhear the girl behind the counter tell another customer that there are pies and quiches available at lunch, which I will have to go back for one day. But I do try the mini chocolate croissant. Beautifully brown, flaky but still soft, with delicious dark chocolate inside. Definitely worth a trip, but I would say maybe get them takeaway rather than waiting to be served.