Monday, September 28, 2009

Patisseries


What can I say? The photos speak for themselves.


8 comments:

Dusty Lens said...

It's whats for breakfast! Even their food displays are art.

Maya said...

Yes, they eat all that and are still thin! It's all the walking...

Linda Reeder said...

And notice the size of the servings - petite! Yum!

Virginia said...

Oh I was right there! Oh sweet, sweet memories. I bought caramel pour moi and pistache for Peter I think. Then we all went to the Pantheon. Thanks for these memories Maya. I cherish each and every one now that I"m home.
V

PS Somehow I had two left and they were all smushed in my camera bag. They were a wonderful treat when I missed my flights!!!

Cele said...

Crap, this is my kind of hell, I get to look but not... touch.

Maya said...

Linda: That is probably part of it too. No big American portions here!

V: It was a great time. Sad that it was our last day there together! :-(

Cele: That would be blog hell wouldn't it? hah

Sherry Stewart said...

The Japanese have adopted these, and done well, Pastry shops on every block and in train stations.. I miss that, and one good cup a coffee of the best kind, served in a china cup with a silver spoon. Never a refill, Savor the experience..

will you tour Japan next? :)

Maya said...

Sherry: I have to disagree about the coffee (at least over here). I prefer a bigger cup instead of just a shot of espresso!