Millvale >Jean-Marc Chatellier French
Best Bakery by far. If you truely want authentic, fresh French pasteries then Chateliers' is for you. What you won't get is the overprocessed, flavor enhanced junk you see all to often at other bakerys. Chatelliers is the real thing and the proof is in the taste. I highly recommend this bakery especially for those with a sophisticated and discriminating palet who knows good food and pasteries when they taste it. Bravo!
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The best pastries in Pittsburgh.
This man is a master. I have tried everything in his shop and loved it all. His cakes are tremendous. Because he uses so much butter in the batter, we were able to freeze our son's birthday cake because Jean Marc closes in August for 3 weeks. The cakes are moist and delicious--the icing is a buttercream--sweet but not overwhelming. During the winter, try the chocolate truffles; they are to die for.
I've recently moved and still dream about the confections. My son, who has an extremely sophisticated palate, has made us promise to drive back and get his birthday cake for next year.
Fabulous French pastries out of a tiny bakery..
The flaky, buttery croissants, both plain or filled with an assortment of fruits, nuts, or chocolate (try the almond). Then there are the tarts and cakes, available in entirety or by the slice. A wicked creme brulée, sold in a plastic cup, and even the carrot cake are both very good. Perhaps the best item, and biggest seller, are his Breton butter cakes. Squat and golden brown, they appear to be made of three ingredients: butter, sugar, and flour, in that order. Not only is it delicious plain, it is a fine ice cream delivery system. This is a bakery not to be missed.
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