28 days ago
It's a patisserie, which sets the expectations. The pastries and baked goods have a distinctly French slant, but are well-executed and tasty. (And calories on vacation don't count, do they?) Variety is pretty good for a small place - but it is a small place. Not to worry, though, there's plenty on offer. It's unique in town and in general on this side of the island, so comparisons are a bit difficult. Compared to some of the big-city patisseries - particularly (duh) in Paris, it's merely good, but that's a pretty high standard, especially since I think the nearest competition is a boat or plane ride away. There's no seating, so it's strictly a carry-away sort of affair.