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  • The opening for the western ave bakery was today and it was amazing. The owners and employees couldn't have been nicer or more accommodating. So much bread and all of it delicious!
  • The Best bakery around!! :D Great croissants & baked goods!!-try the ham&swiss croissant. excellent customer service & everyone is so friendly
  • Only 3.75 for a small but filling sandwich, and all prices listed are tax included!
  • I had a Pretzel Baguette sandwich with pesto, mozarella, and tomato and it was yummy. It's funny how we bought our car from this place and now it's a nice place to go for lunch or a snack.
  • The baked goods are good and there's tons of space to sit. The coffee is painfully weak though.
  • Pretzel croissant is the best!
  • They have excellent products, but was disappointed about how expensive the bread was - definitely not equivalent prices of real Swiss bakers
  • Great cookies and pretzels!
  • Good food, terrible service. Failed to heat food through, hot chocolate is watery
  • Breakfast sandwich is simple; simply delicious.
  • It's kinda kitschy, but definitely good pastries.
  • Tasty Berliner, but, I'm not an expert. Spaetzle was solid as well.
  • Authentic and pretty affordable Swiss, baked goods. If only the service was better this place would be a home run.
  • Everything I've had here has been delicious. The staff is super nice, and they have a cute patio and lots of parking.
  • Do the $15 all-you-can-eat brunch, all day on weekends. (Has eggs, bacon, bread, desserts, drink)
  • Everything here is amazing!!! Their quiche is sublime, all the cookies and breads as well!
  • Choco weggli. Simple yet delicious.
  • A great small place to sit down get some work done and have a great sandwich and coffee.
  • First time here, wasn't sure what to get but the girl helping me just made a killer sandwich on pretzel bread. Then she comes and shakes my hand after and thanks me for coming in. I'll be back
  • This place won my vote when I saw that they use true dry ham (none of this wet over-preserved American crap) and cornichons as pickles (as it should be).