La Boulangerie
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2435 4 St SW Calgary, AB T2S 2T4
2435 4 Street SouthwestCAAlbertaCalgaryT2S 2T4
(403) 984-9294
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"Friendly staff, great selection of food, breads, pastries."
"I was hoping it was worth the price - but unfortunately, it wasn't."
"They offer a large selection of delicious tarts in different sizes."
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Matt Murphy
4 months ago
Cant imagine there are too many people missing Bryan in Montreal or Paris. This is a beautiful little café. Friendly staff, great selection of food, breads, pastries. Lovely atmosphere and owner operated adding to a true neighbourhood feel. Worth it.
Touleng Vang
a year ago
Got tarts?!? They offer a large selection of delicious tarts in different sizes. Their lattes are pretty good, too. However, stay away from the creme brulee...a bit too chilled and the water at the bottom of the ramekin didn't help. Skip the éclairs, too...borderline donuts and not much better than Safeway's.
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Daena Belisle
12 months ago
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Bryan Daneau
7 months ago
Having recently moved to Calgary from Montreal (and having lived in Paris for a few years), I was excited to finally hear about a bakery where I could actually get real baguette and croissants in Calgary, which isn't necessarily known as being a culinary destination. So I bought a white baguette on Friday only to be surprised that it was the last one in the bakery (it was 2pm on a Friday afternoon !) - and also picked up 3 croissants. The total came up to $13 - yikes. I was hoping it was worth the price - but unfortunately, it wasn't. The baguette and the croissants all suffered from spending too much time in the oven - the crust was very dry and thick, which can sometimes be acceptable when it is offset by a moist and elastic interior. But alas, that was not the case. My conclusion is that the product was overpriced and certainly didn't meet my quality standards to which I'm used to. Sadly, the Ace baguette, even though it is frozen and cooked on site at your local supermarket, surpasses the baguette I bought. Quite an insult really when you think about it - and a tragedy as I like to support local artisans who have a passion for what they do, even when its more expensive. The baguette from Première Moisson in Montreal certainly beats the one from La Boulangerie hands down. Maybe I was unlucky and the person responsible that day slipped up, but irrespective, the end result was less than stellar... that being said, it`s a trendy part of town - so you can always get away with fancy decor and high prices - just don`t expect much if you`re buying a baguette (unless you wish to add it to your soup as an expensive crouton- which is what you normally with your baguette the day AFTER you buy it) ...
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