Cluny Boulangerie

I know that not too long ago, I dined at my February’s Restaurant of the Month, Cluny Bistro.  The decor, atmosphere and food were fabulous completely reminding me of my trips to Paris.  But with each visit I had every intention of stopping by the boulangerie located right when you walk into the restaurant and every time, it had closed by the time my meal was finished.  So when my good friend G came into town for a visit, we headed over to our friend H’s place for a reunion dinner and my job was to bring dessert so this was my chance to finally hit up Cluny Boulangerie – to be honest, I volunteered to bring dessert as an excuse for me to try the pastry shop 🙂  And I will definitely be going back to try some more.  The individual desserts were delicious and really unique.  The pistachio dessert especially, stood out.  The folks at Cluny recommended it and I’m glad I listened.  There were different textures and tastes, it was just yummy!  And a special nod has to go to their croissants.  With so many thin, crispy layers of pastry and classic flavours with a twist like chocolate and rum or rosewater and almond….they were both sweet and buttery.  Perfect for the morning or an afternoon pick me up!

Beautiful packaging of Cluny's pastries.

Beautiful packaging of Cluny’s pastries.

Fig with berry shot cake.

Fig with berry shot cake.

Cluny's decadent chocolate dessert.

Cluny’s decadent chocolate dessert.

Passionfruit tart.

Passionfruit tart.

Pistachio chocolate dessert.

Pistachio chocolate dessert.

Rum, chocolate almond croissant.

Rum, chocolate almond croissant.

The many layers inside Cluny's rum and chocolate almond croissant.

The many layers inside Cluny’s rum and chocolate almond croissant.

Rosewater, almond croissant.

Rosewater, almond croissant.

Inside the rosewater, almond croissant.

Inside the rosewater, almond croissant.

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