I’ve sampled Kitchening with Carly Wintchels macarons awhile back, but had put the pictures away in a vault much like some of her macarons. I ordered my sample online and had them hand delivered. It was during a special promotion for free deliveries, otherwise it is […]
Le Panier Bakery Seattle. This a little bakery beside Starbucks in Pike Place. While hundreds poor into the Starbucks mothership waiting, I slip into Le Panier Bakery Seattle for a cup of espresso, macaroons and palmier.
Sometimes I wonder what the fuss next door is all about while I can enjoy the simplicity of sipping my joe while dreaming looking out the window. The smell of freshly baked pastry and bread is intoxicating. The staff are friendly and quick.
Their macaroons are soft and tender inside; eggshell like outside. My favourite is still their lemon and orange macaroons. The flaky and slightly sweetened palmier makes a cup of bitter joe delightful. If you are a sweet tooth do try the Chocolatine (chocolate croissant with almond cream) … Everything about this place is simple, homey sort of vibe with delicious ingredients!
Until next time Seattle.
1902 Pike Place, Seattle,
WA 98101, United States
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I like pretty things… If anyone tells you the ambiance or the decor of the place doesn’t matter at all is lying. Fact of the matter is it enhances the whole dining experience. Don’t get me wrong. I love finding those hidden gems and don’t […]