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Saturday, January 2, 2016

Aux Pains de Papy

With breakfast all provided by our accommodation we thought we would never have visited Aux Pains de Papy for breakfast even though it was just within minutes of walking distance to their bakery and also around the corner of king cross station.

Aux Pains de Papy
The rustic french bakery offered traditional hand made goods. Begining from Artisan bakers from father to son since 1948. It will never go wrong having their hand made items here even its in London.

In Paper Bag
You can even smell the freshly baked bread as you walked pass the shop, authentic with friendly and efficient service.

Bakery
It was a rainy cold day and we decided to have some food to nibble along the way to some places of interest.

Interior
Crossiant had the light buttery fragrance that lingers around as we munch on those flaky exterior and revealing its beautifully folded layers. Pillow soft and yummy! Worth the pounds spent!

Croissant au beurre - £1.40 (Take Away)
Pain au chocolat tasted similar to the croissant with the difference in its size that was more compact in its shape and had chocolate filling in it.

Pain au chocolat - £1.60 (Take Away)
The area for dining in is limited and do note that you will need to pay a little bit more for dining in. If you are nearby the place, it will be a good try on their bakes.

Rating: 4 / 5

Aux pains de Papy
Location: 279 Gray's Inn Rd, London WC1X 8QF, United Kingdom

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