La Farm Bakery and Parisian Cafe - C'est parfait!
|Outdoor seating just like Paris.|
This place is perfect. Cafe seating outside, and in. (face your chair outward and observe the world!) Dark roasted coffees, and French style made food. The inside is decorated old-world-style with exposed bricks and arches. Wooden tables, nickel coated iron benches, and an exposed working bakery. Asiago and farma breads line the walls with baskets of baguettes... It's a Livvy dream come true. Attached is their boulangerie (bakery) and patisserie (pastry shop). You walk in go up to the counter and order. Apparently everything is out-of-this-world, and I wouldn't doubt it for a minute, we managed to arrive there for the breakfast and ordered a croque madam: a buttered, and grilled ham and cheese sandwich with a fried egg on top. Served with fresh fruit, a smile lit up on my face as our "garcon" (waiter) brought the freshly prepared dish to our table. It was absolute perfection! Gooey egg and cheese, crispy, tender bread... made to the perfection.... It was angelic.
|CROQUE MADAME ham and gruyere on toasted |
La Farm bread with Mornay sauce and two fried eggs
|Real Baguettes! OMG!|
Perhaps the best part about this place is the prices. Super cheap. Most of the time, French restaurants are fancy business attire special occasion restaurants. This place gives you big portions, a casual French cafe atmosphere, and a uncanny, always perfect tasting menu of comfort foods. When I say, go... I mean go... before you're plucked from this world or suffer some horrible debilitating disease leaving you without taste-buds. It's that good. It's that perfect. If I can't move to France then I'm buying a house next to La Farm. Just one question, what do you see in this cup of coffee? Wait don't answer that...