Open for a few days, the Petit-Couronne bakery “Ô Paton d’Or” rue Aristide-Briand, has already seen many customers passing by, proof that this second bakery in the city was eagerly awaited and met a real need of the population.
This is why the Koronais brothers Ismail and Housem Habbani in particular decided to take over the former bakery in the town hall. They have formed a team of six employees, including two bakers, two pastry chefs, a salesperson and a seller, which allows them to be open 7 days a week from 6am to 8pm. “We did it all again! »Housem laughs, wanting to clarify “We use Norman Flour and everything is made in-house with fresh produce.”.
Oriental Pastries and Apricot Crescents!
As soon as you enter the store, the pastries are particularly eye-catching with their neat presentation and classic recipes like the lemon-pistachio tartlet subtly modernized and reinterpreted. Oriental pastries are also offered. On the bread side, there is a varied choice: baguette, tradition, country bread, cereal, corn, rye bread… Viennese pastries with original flavors like apricot or raspberry are also on the menu. A breakfast formula is offered in the morning and a lunch formula with sandwiches available anytime. Hot food will be added to the menu soon and the restaurant will accept tickets.
Ô Paton d’Or: 1417 rue Aristide Briand in Petit-Couronne. Open daily from 6 am to 8 pm. For example. 09 82 69 10 75.
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