We first discovered Quina Lon during her pastry chef days at Au Passage and then Martin. Her pastries, never too sweet and always utilizing the freshest ingredients, were evidence of time spent in some of the best kitchens in the world (Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Mugaritz). She partnered with her sister Francine, who holds an equally impressive CV (Eleven Madison Park, Dinner by Heston Blumenthal) to open Muscovado in 2016. The breakfast and lunch menus, which change often, are served Wednesday through Friday. Saturday and Sunday feature a special brunch menu from 10am – 5pm including classic egg dishes, coffee from Belleville Brûlerie, and of course their in house pastries that are available all day, everyday. They’re experimenting with also serving dinner on Thursday and Friday nights, but you may want to confirm that by calling for a reservation.
Colorful pastries (and some savory goods, too) at this vibrant and playful tea salon.
A lavish pastry case lines one wall of this delightful pâtisserie and tea salon located on the busy rue Saint Martin, in the center of Bayeux. The multicolored frescoes, painted clouds and gilded decor preserve the old world charm and are original to the shop, which opened in 1898. Special local pastries include la pomme d’Or (a rich chocolate mousse enrobed in dark chocolate with a heart of Calvados infused sponge cake), le pavé Bayeusain (buttery praline mousse sandwiched between delicate, thin layers of cake and wrapped in dark chocolate), and la tarte aux pommes Normande – quite possibly the best apple tart you will ever taste.
Tarte citron? Paris-Brest? Éclair au chocolat? Gone, gone and gone.
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