Warning: the baked goods are dangerous.. My coworkers couldn’t resist bringing back a box of mini red velvet cupcakes, fruit tarts, and ‘macadamia hearts’… which are now staring at me across the desk and for which I will pay dearly in gym time later…!
“Too bad it’s so far from me, but i still try to go at least once a month. Their pumpkin pancakes are a must-have, all though make sure you are very hungry or plan on taking some home because the portions are quite large (the only contradiction to them being a french cafe). The basket of freshly baked pastries they give you as soon as you walk in is definitely one of the things i look most forward to, especially the warm, glazed croissants.”
“A big round of applause for La Conversation!! I think I might have a crush on this place! It’s a cute, cozy French cafe on Doyen, with delightful interior decor and several outdoor tables. I ate breakfast here, which was *absoluteness Celeste.
-The lightest, most angelic Belgian waffle (do I detect a hint of vanilla in the batter??) with sweet fresh strawberries.
-A savory eggs Benedict served on a croissant. Can you say buttery-licious? Eggs poached to perfection. Smokey ham. Thick Hollander sauce.
-Lattes the size of a bowl of soup
-Fresh-squeezed orange juice
-All breakfast diners at La Conversation are also treated to a basket of fresh-baked goods which include mini-muffins, mini-scones, and la piece DE resistance: warm, mini-croissants drizzled with a simple icing. SIGH.
I wish this breakfast experience for everyone I know… And everyone I DON’T know, too. I think if everyone ate breakfast here, there might be world peace.”