Paris Baguette America Inc

★★★★★
  • 408 Broad Ave

    Palisades Park, NJ 07650

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  • 201-592-0404

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Place is nice and the bakery tastes pretty good....

However...

Have you ever looked at their tray?

The tray are dirty. I do not think they ever actually clean their tray.

Check it out the next time you are there.

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3
★★★★★

Place is nice and the bakery tastes pretty good....

However...

Have you ever looked at their tray?

The tray are dirty. I do not think they ever actually clean their tray.

Check it out the next time you are there.

Just image you

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One of my favorite Saturday morning rituals is getting breakfast with the family here. Step inside the store and the wonderful aroma of fresh bread will greet you. You can see them either preparing or bringing out fresh trays of bread from the baking area. The seating area gets crowded easily but is comfy and allows you to check out what other people are getting.

As you enter there is a hot glass container on your right. This holds the croquettes. They are a Japanese staple and well worth a try. I like the vegetable and curry variety. It??s like a little hot pocket with a fried outside?but the dough reminds me of zeppole dough somehow. It??s not heavy and just the perfect mix of flavors and texture.
They also have various types of red bean bread. Koreans love red bean paste??it??s sweet and comes in a donut form or in a soft white bread. My absolute favorite are the chocolate twists: Feuillette Chocolate. Kind of like palmiere??s but not as flaky??it has just the right amount of chocolate scattered on top and inside. These tend to sell out by the afternoon.
The ham and cheese bread or sausage and onion bread are a nice snack??a little more hearty than the other offerings. The iced coffee is very good as well. It is already mixed up so you don??t have to add cream or sugar. Once it was a little too sweet but usually they get the combo right.
Their cakes are light as air and a little on the pricey side. Asians don??t like their cakes too sweet??they love lots of fruit in there, too. Another item I've discovered are the sandwiches! The chicken salad sandwich is so delicious. It is wrapped in a delicious flaky wrap that's sort of like a croissant but not as heavy. Besides the chicken salad there are bits of cucumber and cranberries that lend a nice crispness and sweetness. The other sandwiches look very fresh and are reasonable cost. Beware, though, they do sell out early--around 11am--so get there early!

4
★★★★☆

One of my favorite Saturday morning rituals is getting breakfast with the family here. Step inside the store and the wonderful aroma of fresh bread will greet you. You can see them either preparing or bringing out fresh trays of bread from the baking area. The seating area gets crowded easily but is comfy and allows you to check out what other people are getting.

As you enter there is a hot glass container on your right. This holds the croquettes. They are a Japanese staple and well worth a try. I like the vegetable and curry variety. It??s like a little hot pocket with a fried outside?but the dough reminds me of zeppole dough somehow. It??s not heavy and just the perfect mix of flavors and texture.
They also have various types of red bean bread. Koreans love red bean paste??it??s sweet and comes in a donut form or in a soft white bread. My absolute favorite are the chocolate twists: Feuillette Chocolate. Kind of like palmiere??s but not as flaky??it has just the right amount of chocolate scattered on top and inside. These tend to sell out by the afternoon.
The ham and cheese bread or sausage and onion bread are a nice snack??a little more hearty than the other offerings. The iced coffee is very good as well. It is already mixed up so you don??t have to add cream or sugar. Once it was a little too sweet but usually they get the combo right.
Their cakes are light as air and a little on the pricey side. Asians don??t like their cakes too sweet??they love lots of fruit in there, too. Another item I've discovered are the sandwiches! The chicken salad sandwich is so delicious. It is wrapped in a delicious flaky wrap that's sort of like a croissant but not as heavy. Besides the chicken salad there are bits of cucumber and cranberries that lend a nice crispness and sweetness. The other sandwiches look very fresh and are reasonable cost. Beware, though, they do sell out early--around 11am--so get there early!

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My favorite place for afternoon tea. Fresh pastries w. fresh fruits... excellent combination. Must try the red bean pastry w. mochi in it.. Birthday cakes are beautiful.

2
★★★★☆

My favorite place for afternoon tea. Fresh pastries w. fresh fruits... excellent combination. Must try the red bean pastry w. mochi in it.. Birthday cakes are beautiful.

Pros: nice atmosphere, delicious iced coffee

Cons: hard to find parking

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Paris baguette has the most amazing pastries. The pastries are baked daily and are always fresh. The best times are to go in the mornings when they come out straight from the oven. They also include healthy ingredients including fresh fruit, nuts, or green tea.
In addition to the pastries, they also have many cakes (which are a bit pricey, but delicious), and coffee drinks. However, I am not a fan of their coffee. Usually I buy my pastries from here and buy coffee at a nearby coffee shop.
This store was so successful that another Paris Baguette has opened in the neighboring town, Fort Lee.
You should go out and try some!

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★★★★★

Paris baguette has the most amazing pastries. The pastries are baked daily and are always fresh. The best times are to go in the mornings when they come out straight from the oven. They also include healthy ingredients including fresh fruit, nuts, or green tea.
In addition to the pastries, they also have many cakes (which are a bit pricey, but delicious), and coffee drinks. However, I am not a fan of their coffee. Usually I buy my pastries from here and buy coffee at a nearby coffee shop.
This store was so successful that another Paris Baguette has opened in the neighboring town, Fort Lee.
You should go out and try some!

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