I liked it so much in fact, that I decided to go back and buy myself a croissant jambon-fromage and a strawberry cheesecake to take with me for my evening shift at the Expo. It definitely made my evening! The management there is also very friendly, and especially the guy with the shaved head. It's also great to see your pies and cakes being made in the open-concept bakery right beside where you are ordering.
That was day three, I guess. On day five, I went back to the neighbourhood with Pierre-Étienne from the pavilion, and we wanted to go try Le Lapin Sauté but the wait was way too long. We did sit outside on their courtyard for awhile though, and watched with a bit of jealously as some people ate their rabbit and duck with immense delight right beside us. But not to fear! Le Cochon Dingue was near!
|Roleaux de canard confit|
|Brochettes du porc|
|Tarte à sucre et crème|