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Tuesday, 22 August 2023





The sign said bakery. No croissants?


It was Kat!

They had a few almond and chocolate croissants, but no aux buerre and not baked inhouse Kenneth!


Great post, going to have to check it out. I tried the Birria/seafood spot there and found the birria to be overpriced. But I do love me some crepes.

Thanks for trying it multiple times, I appreciate that approach.

Have you made your way down to Asa Bakery in East Village? They have some savory baked goods, and while it's own by Beshock Ramen (Which honestly fails to deliver on multiple fronts) I'm excited to have more things pop up in the East Village


Nice to see more variety in Old Town.


Hi Frank - I think the portions at Tuetano have gotten quite large and the quality - except for the tuetanos have gone down a bit. The crepes edge on the sweet side, but aren't too bad. I walked past Asa while waiting for takeout from Sovereign a couple of weeks ago, but they weren't open yet....I'll check them out next time I'm in the area. Thanks for commenting!

I'm enjoying the nice little "growth spurt" in the area Junichi!

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