This place was a huge disappointment. I had heard so much word of mouth and was eagar to try the croissants. I ordered a latte and a chocolate croissant. The latte was lukewarm at best and, as other reviewers mentioned, the chocolate croissant was huge but inedible. I sent it back because it was so doughy in the middle like it was barely baked and they gladly gave me one "fresh from the oven". Unfortunately this was the same doughy, greasy mess as the first one - totally unappealling. Again I sent it back and was offered my money back instead so I took it. I'm really happy to see that there is a trendy coffee shop finally on this side but my friend and I left the place and headed over to Julian's in the Hydrostone for a real croissant.
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