Amazing chocolatines, as good as the best ones I've ever had in France. The croque Monsieur sandwich is another great standard. Staff are really great, and keep it going even when the place gets really busy.
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For the best French pastries in the city...plus lots more...try Pain Perdu. It's a tiny Cafe on St. Clair W. That's hopping because many have already discovered it. Went there this morning, with my Dad, who frequents it often. Had the best croissant and raspberry...More
A very small neighbourhood café with consistently excellent food; servings quite large so share a salad & share a quiche -- then you have rom for dessert!
Divine French artistry: spectacular hand rolled croissants, pain au chocolat, baguettes, homemade jams, etc. I could go on and on... Worth the trip, worth the money, Bravo!
Wonderful service; wonderful coffee au lait (plus café, moins lait), wonderful croissants. Service might be a little slow but wonderful can't be rushed.
I've spent several months in France hunting down good croissants and other tasty treats, and Pain Perdu is up there with the best of them. Seating is limited during the busy times, but I'm usually grabbing something to go. Gateau Basque is not my kind...More
Pain Perdu is NOT as much about Paris as it is about France, in particular the Basque region. If you are looking for chi chi French food, go somewhere else. If you are looking for croque monsieur sandwich this is your spot. If you are...More
Two of us dropped by early afternoon and enjoyed their special of the day, the roast beef sandwich. Served on a baguette, with some mayo and horseradish, it was excellent. This is a small place with limited seating. Best to stay away from the front...More