By the time we finished the chowder, I was beyond full that I couldn't eat any more. Still, I didn't want to miss the chance of visiting Le Panier. It's a French pastry shop that many people mentioned online as well. We took a walk in the market before making our way there.
At the end, I ordered quite a few items for take-out and didn't get to enjoy them until the next day.
|Butter Croissant (US$2.25) - 5/6|
|Chocolate Croissant (US$2.50) - 5/6|
|Raspberry Macaron (US$1.50) - 5/6|
|Coffee Macaron (US$1.50) - 5/6|
|Palmier - 4/6|
Even though we ate these the next day, they were still tasting fairly fresh. I like how the macarons were not too over the top sweet, and the croissants were buttery and flaky. I would actually want to go back and try their panini and see how they are. Oh well - next time~The shop felt similar to La Baguette L'Echalote at Granville Island - many different choices of bread, pastries, and sweets. While I was lining up, a tall rack of cookies and palmiers were right next to me. I couldn't help to stare at them, thinking about what I should get.