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Le Petit Artisan

Le Petit Artisan
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Ça va? (How's it going? in french)
Smile 2013-04-06
I've studied french and I only remember little of the language... Anyway, I saw this one classic-and-elegant-looking bakeshop. It even has this quotation of Voltair, "Du pain, du vin, du Boursin" (English: "Some bread, some wine, some Boursin") Boursin is a type of cheese. smile

Anyhow, a tour around the bakeshop:

the counter.

 

what kind of french baker is it if there were no french macarons?
They were great. They have that perfect texture for french macarons. They're outer "skin" is like that of an "egg". It's crispy but thin. And the inner core is soft. and tasted great.

I always look at the chandeliers... This one didn't make it to my favorites though.

Anyhow, I also ordered this cupcake:

 

It was like a chiffon cake. It tasted average. Nothing special to it,although it did smell great.

 

The other great thing that I noticed here was that, their staff were friendly. Notice her smile? smile

Recommended Dish(es):
french macarons

Date of Visit:
2012-07-03

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Php200(Other)

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Le Petit Artisan <3
Smile 2013-02-05
I was strolling around the streets of Serendra once again when fate led me to this patisserie - Le Petit Artisan or in layman's term, The Little Craftsman smile
The display of different breads & pastries were so tempting I HAD to go inside! They were selling French Macaroons =) My friend and I each got a box of 6 at 200PhP.

 

French Macaroons (Box of 6) @ 200PhP
I got an assortment of Ube, Strawberry, Orange, Pandan, Blueberry & Chocolate. <3
They were pretty good! smile The neon colors may be quite unedible but once you take a bite into that soft butter cream, you'd definitely take back all the negativity you had in mind before you tried it =))

Le Petit Artisan's French Macaroons also ranked at the 10th place of best macaroons in Manila in one of the articles I've read recently on the world wide web. Way to go, Le Petit Artisan!<3
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NOT PETITE AFTERALL
Smile 2011-08-17

From the very title of the bakery one can tell of what origin it belonged..nothing else but French. To be specific this bakeshop is an authentic French Bakery situated at the very affluent site of Serendra where mostly class A to sort of class B of people can buy their products. I was feeling a little intimidated when me and my friend entered the bakeshop It was elegantly set-up with the mixture of colors and their motif approves my taste. Stylish little bakery with a lot of authentic French breads to display and sell. The store has this fragrant appeal because in-store baking is allowed. The warm feeling inside the store did not make me hyperthermic but enjoyed scent so much. We were like in a different world when we dropped by here. France or Italy was just like a stone's throw away from home.

 

Le Petit Artisan has a lot of good stuff in store for us- from the simplest of croissants, sourdoughs, baguettes, French bread and different kind of loaves. Being here will surely whet your appetite. Prices are too competitive just like the ones we usually see in Metro Manila's French restaurants and bakeries selling just the same aauthentic french breads and pastries. What sets Le Petit Artisan apart was its elegance and overall impression it leaves on every customer who dropped by at the store.
The picture above were just some of loaves they are selling. One loaf pertain to Europe and still other one pertain to Asia. Only differs in the mixture and type of dough or concoction they used. The bakeshop tells us one thing in my point of view .. that no matter how diverse our culture is we can still unite in one flavor smile

 

Bonettes. Or should I say clustered bonettes. I still prefer even up to now singular bonette as it is easier for me to eat that way than having it pulled from a cluster. We bought a pack of this Raisin Bonette at a very affordable price of less than 100 pesos. I found it cheap because they really are using authentic French technique in baking and only the finest ingredients. Buying a pack or two of their wide variety of breads will make you full and at least satisfy your curiosity.

Try and test one of their wide array of breads and pastries now. You get lucky too if the French owner is just around the corner smiling at you smile All I can say is that this bakeshop is enigmatic and with that it rocks. There is mystery in every bite. A must-try to all bread lovers out there.

Recommended Dish(es):
Raisin Bonettes

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Php98

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