Ceci-Cela

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Details
55 Spring St (btwn Lafayette & Mulberry St)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 274-9179
Bakery, Desserts
$
Hours
Mon–Thu: 6:30 AM–8:00 PM Fri: 6:30 AM–9:00 PM Sat: 7:00 AM–9:00 PM Sun: 7:00 AM–8:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • chocolate almond croissant - crunchy not flaky but quite delicious.
  • get the pain au chocolat. Best in the city.
  • the hidden back room (it took me three years to realize it was there!) is great for quick lunches or mid-day meetings over tea
  • My favorite coffee
  • Don't go here. Ever! And don't get the chocolate almond croissant. More for me!!!!
  • Pan chocolat, almond croissant
  • one of the best bakeries around
  • Best croissants !
  • Best chocolate croissants in the city. Flakey, buttery, chocolatey. Their madeleines are delicious too.
  • It's hard to go wrong here, but the Financiers, Linzer Cookies, and Paris-Brest are especially excellent. For a quick lunch, don't overlook the smoked fish sandwiches, usually in the fridge.
  • Best croissant in NYC.
  • One of the best chocolate croissants in the city. Sit in the back area (good for meetings) and they will bring everything to your table.
  • gem of a patisserie, with a hidden seating area in the back.
  • Best croissants in the city. They also have a real cool seating space in the back.
  • Small quaint little bakery. Highly recommend stopping in on a break from shopping in SoHo for some pastries. Paris Brest and Napoleon are both worth it.
  • Definitely not the best croissant in NYC. Payard makes much better croissants.
  • Known as the best croissants in NYC you cannot forego the Pain au Chocolat croissant with its flaky, buttery outer layer and gooey chocolate immersed throughout the entire pastry.
  • Croissants are the big draw... the pain au chocolat, ham & cheese and flat almond are my faves. Love the palmier when fresha perfect combination of butter and sugar that shatters with each bite.
  • By far the best croissant I've had in the states. The loveliest French bakery - essentially a little transplant of Paris in Manhattan :)
  • White Peach Iced Tea. Don't think. Just do it.