The croissants voted “best croissants in the Ardèche”a few years ago make an appearance, and margarine enters the fray! But which one of the two is better?
In the time I’ve been eating croissants to review for this blog, I’ve been focusing on showcasing the slightly more expensive ones—mainly because they’re the ones that come from a standalone bakery. They tend to be examples of how people can produce them differently, which I find rather neat. But what happens when you look … Read more
L. Lassalas is a small pâtissier/chocolatier shop in the southern town of Beaulieu-sur-Mer, in France. I find their croissants are quite the find, indeed.
Divines Farines is a small bakery and café in Beaulieu-sur-Mer, Alpes-Maritimes, France. Its croissants are not the biggest, but they’re quite good.