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After you have seen Kirkman House Museum, come to this cafe. You can order nicely cooked ham and cheese croissants and tasty tapas. Serving good gelato, chocolate pie and cheese croissants is the unique characteristic of Colville Street Patisserie. You will be offered great soy latte, espresso or iced coffee.

This place is well known for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Prices at this spot deserve attention as they're reasonable. When inside, the atmosphere is exotic. Google users granted the score of 4.7 to this cafe.

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Jaybo9779 Request content removal
Dry pastries and good coffee not great
Juli S. Request content removal
On 5/18/23. I visited Colville Street Patisserie in Walla Walla, Washington. My primary reason for traveling to Walla Walla was to try their Canele, a small French pastry flavored with vanilla and rum, with a thick caramelized crust, and a soft custard lcenter. I ordered a Canele and a small Mocha, as well I as a box of pastries to go. Here’s what I thought of each item: Canele ($3) - This was my first time trying this pastry, so I have no basis for comparison, but I have read extensively about it, as well as looked at many photos. The Canele was overcooked. The crunchy exterior was harder than it should have been. The yellow interior was more tender, but not custard like. Even so, the overall experience was a good one. Of the 6 items I purchased, it was by far the best, and the only one I finished eating. Given how impossible it is to find this French pastry anywhere near where I live, it’s probably just a matter of time before I fork out the 200+ dollars to buy my own set of copper Caneles molds and start making them from scratch. Biscuit ($4.50) - I had read a lot about this bakery‘s biscuits. Mine came with raspberry jam. Of the products I tried, this was the second best. It was a nice, flaky biscuit, but it would’ve benefited from being served with butter, as well as more jam. Eclair ($4.50) -  I love a classic French eclair, but this one was disappointing. The puff pastry was either stale or overcooked. The chocolate ganache was disproportionate to the custard filling. Quick Bread ($2.75) - I was surprised to see this listed on the menu as a quick bread, because the shape and size is more reminiscent of a French financier, which is a small tea cake. The combination of orange and almond is one of my favorite flavors but I found this quick bread disappointing. The quick bread was over cooked, resulting in an overly dry interior. Given how unevenly the quick bread shape was, I suspect the batter was over mixed. It looked like there was raw sugar tossed on top before baking, to give it a crunchy exterior. The sugar overwhelmed the more nuanced, orange and almond flavors. The overall experience was of eating an over cooked small cake that tasted overwhelmingly like sugar Palmier ($2.25) - The Palmier was disappointing.  I have bought better Palmiers from Mexican bakeries, where the bakers have no experience with French pastry techniques. It was over cooked, and it wasn’t as layered and crispy as it should’ve been. Kouign Amann ($3.50) - The Kouign Amann was disappointing. You can tell simply by looking at the image that it doesn’t have as many layers as it should.  This pastry was stale. It also wasn’t as layered as it should’ve been and the outer crust should have been more carmelized. Mocha ($4.25) - I enjoyed the Mocha, which is made from CSP’s own chocolate blend that includes Barry chocolate from France. You can see from the beautiful feather design that it was made by an experienced barista. I grew up in countries that were colonized by the French, so I have plenty of experience visiting patisseries. French bakeries are my favorite. I seek them out. Based on the assortment of French pastries that I purchased, Colville Street Patisserie aspires to be a French bakery, but doesn’t quite hit the mark. I’m giving Colville Street Patisserie a solid 3 star rating based on the Canele and Mocha. The service was also very good. And I enjoyed the large sunlit room with multiple seating options. It was a constant stream of people coming in and out, which prohibit me from taking more pictures of the interior. If I was in Walla Walla or nearby, I would revisit Colville Street Patisserie. I would just go with more realistic expectations next time. Recommended!
John Gahbauer Request content removal
World class pastries. The Kouign amann ("queen amahn") is superb.
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Dessert, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 9AM
$$$$ Price range per person $10 - $25
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40 S Colville St
Walla Walla, Washington, USA
40 S Colville St, Walla Walla, Washington, USA
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi No delivery Takeaway Wheelchair accessible Parking
Opening hours
SundaySun 9AM-5PM
MondayMon 9AM-5PM
TuesdayTue 9AM-5PM
WednesdayWed 9AM-5PM
ThursdayThu 9AM-5PM
FridayFri 9AM-5PM
SaturdaySat 9AM-5PM

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