Forget any ideas of dieting/weight loss when you walk through these doors. It is unachieveable!!
The temptations of all those lovely cakes is too much to resist. Just a Southern stroll down from the Cross brings you this excellent patisserie.
Eat init's a delight, or take outit's a delight.
The cakes are so artistic and inventive.
An enticingly appetising café and take-out (originally) from Raymond Blanc's stable. As you might expect, it's packed with tantalising sweet and savoury goodies, alluringly displayed in glass cabinets.
The giant meringues looked delectable (in several versions, such as deep-hued berry and almond). Typically French children's delights include long sticks of squidgy guimauve (marshmallow) and come in surprising flavours like violet and aniseed.
There are plenty of tables to sit at and enjoy the culinary delights, ideally accompanied by a delicious in-house coffee. Although salads and lighter choices are available, it might all just prove too overpowering if you're on diet Staff are smiling and professional.
Fabulous little french bakery, it makes you want to rock up on your push bike, order 4 croissants and a couple of french sticks, plonk them in your basket and dream that you're cycling off to meet a gorgeous French hunk for breakfast. Sorry got a bit carried away they also do some exquisite little cakes, great as little birthday treats for friends.
My wife and I visited Maison Blanc in Chichester following a disastrous visit to Maison Blanc in Winchester. The Chichester restaurant was worlds apart, the staff were friendly and very efficient and whilst they were very busy the service was excellent. My only criticism if I had to make on would be that the tables are very close together, but that aside it was a great lunch and we will definately go back soon.
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