Lemon and cream cheese spandau $2.49, cheese and green onion biscuit, caramel French cruller $1.09, cream cheese spandau $2.49, apple fritter $1.49, bismarck $1.79, bear claw $2.59.
Larsen’s Bakery, Seattle WA
Mmm, these were SO good! This was my first time at Larsen’s Danish Bakery and I was like a kid in a candy store. My favorites were the French culler and the cheese and green onion biscuit.
Cafe Besalu, Seattle WA
Mmm, this bun was pretty AND yummy! I loved the nuts buried within its folds and it tasted great with the coffee.
Coffee. Tall $2
Savory prosciutto and cheese danish. $6
Hearth Coffee Roasters, San Francisco CA
This was flaky, buttery, savory, and delicious! It was pretty sizable and I almost couldn’t finish it. Almost, lol!
Croissant-muffin filled with green tea cream. Each $4.50
Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, San Francisco CA
Yes, I admit it! I waited in that stupid cruffin line for over an hour to try one of these things, and I don’t even like matcha (totally got screwed on the rotating flavors). But I’m also going to admit that these were AMAZING! Each person is only allowed 2 cruffins and you’ll definitely eat both and want another – they’re SO delicious, NOMS!
B. Patisserie, San Francisco CA
Mmm, this was SO delicious! This kouign amann was so buttery and flaky, and the berry rhubarb filling was perfect. More please!!!
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The Sentinel, San Francisco CA
Mmm, breakfast pastries from The Sentinel are SO delicious! I loved the chunks of sweet tender strawberries throughout the muffin.
Margarita and salted caramel. $2.25
Bakery Lorraine, San Antonio TX
The macarons were pretty, but inconsistently baked. The filling of the margarita macaron was too sugary sweet and you could feel the granulated sugar. The filling of the salted caramel tasted and felt like plain old whipped butter. Gross! The girl serving the pastries was also rude. This place failed all around and had absolutely no finesse with their food!