La Patisserie P

★★★★★
  • 1050 W Argyle St 52

    Chicago, IL 60640

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  • 773-878-3226

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Hours
Sun-Mon 8am-7pm, Wed-Thu 8am-7pm, Fri-Sat 8am-8pm
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I love the cakes! Their best cake for me is white chocolate! Definitely a stress buster.

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I love the cakes! Their best cake for me is white chocolate! Definitely a stress buster.

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I think I probably came here every other day at my stay in Chicago, and also took some tarts home for my mother. This place had a tremendous variety of their pastries.
The prices were right, which kept me coming frequently, and the manager remembered my name the second time I came in.
They are really nice people and I wish we had a type of pastry place like this back at home.
I would recommend this place to visitors/ travelers. A MUST HAVE.

5
★★★★★

I think I probably came here every other day at my stay in Chicago, and also took some tarts home for my mother. This place had a tremendous variety of their pastries.
The prices were right, which kept me coming frequently, and the manager remembered my name the second time I came in.
They are really nice people and I wish we had a type of pastry place like this back at home.
I would recommend this place to visitors/ travelers. A MUST HAVE.

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Excellent, reasonably-priced croissants, brioche, delectable and creative fancy pastries, as well as the usual things one finds in a Chinese bakery, e.g., sponge cake, red bean cakes, and best of all, the filled Chinese buns. The buns are the size of a thick burger bun, with tasty bread surrounding your choice of fillings. I like the ham and egg for breakfast and the curried chicken, BBQ pork and shumai (ground pork and veggie filling). Best of all the buns are under $1 each. They're ideal food to carry on to an airplane, since they're tasty, not messy, filling and don't need refrigeration, way better and cheaper than what's available at the airport. Pack a couple of these and some fruit and you have a nice meal. The place is about a block from the Argyle stop on the Red Line and when I worked downtown I would sometimes stop there on my way home from work and then get back on the Red Line.

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Excellent, reasonably-priced croissants, brioche, delectable and creative fancy pastries, as well as the usual things one finds in a Chinese bakery, e.g., sponge cake, red bean cakes, and best of all, the filled Chinese buns. The buns are the size of a thick burger bun, with tasty bread surrounding your choice of fillings. I like the ham and egg for breakfast and the curried chicken, BBQ pork and shumai (ground pork and veggie filling). Best of all the buns are under $1 each. They're ideal food to carry on to an airplane, since they're tasty, not messy, filling and don't need refrigeration, way better and cheaper than what's available at the airport. Pack a couple of these and some fruit and you have a nice meal. The place is about a block from the Argyle stop on the Red Line and when I worked downtown I would sometimes stop there on my way home from work and then get back on the Red Line.

Pros: wide variety of excellent pastries, both French and Chinese, inexpensive

Cons: only street parking

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Bakery serves up a varied selection of French and Asian pastries.

 

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