-By Ameeta Agnihotri
With a cafe attached to it, French Loaf's completely and utterly magical with hanging lights, flowers, posters of Paris with the added excitement of a chocolate factory from France called Maple Leaf where you can watch your chocolates being made. The breads are similar to their sister concern, Hot Breads. Give the breads a miss and aim straight for the fruit tarts, the sponge cake-based creamy pastries that have now been assembled with layers of cream, custard, fruits, chocolate and coffee filling and all manner of sculptural effects on the top layer in chocolate nibs and curlicues, glace cherries, almonds, walnuts, pineapple segments, kiwi fruits and caramelized sugar. Quite in demand are their Chocolate Fantasy and Black Forest. There’s also a huge choice of different kinds of croissants (one croissant is large enough for two people), small quiches, flaky pastries filled with veg and non-veg items and biscuits and buns. Lunch can easily be a Tuna Sandwich with cheese, olives and a salad leaf and a cup of their excellent Hot Chocolate. There are cafe-style tables, chairs and even a flat TV on the wall if you want to gorge on your French coffee and pastries alone
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"The French Loaf" a place to have some of the interesting
n yummiest fares...love the varieties here which are quite confusing too...whenever i m here i get so confused abt wht to eat after looking at the tempting servings...
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: croissants, Tuna Sandwich with cheese, Hot Chocolate
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