What To Eat At Cafe Besalu In Seattle

Yesterday, Serious Eats posted my roundup of pastries at Cafe Besalu. An excerpt:

In a post about great Seattle pastries that I did back in July, I mentioned that Cafe Besalu has been a consistent favorite for best croissant in the city. And while it is delicious (the weekend lines will testify to that), the croissant isn’t the only draw of this Ballard neighborhood institution. The pastry case is full of plenty of other treats, ranging from fruit danishes and galettes to brioche to biscuits.

And that’s not even getting into the savory offerings. The onion and gruyère pastry is a popular choice, and many will be quick to tell you that Besalu makes the best quiche in the city.

Behind the counter, pastry chef James Miller is the steady hand in the hot kitchen, churning out trays of delicacies. The plain croissant is a given, but what else should you order when you get inside?

For more detailed information about the delicious pastries, check out the Serious Eats story, here.

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One Response to “What To Eat At Cafe Besalu In Seattle”

  1. November 14, 2012 at 10:17 pm #

    You know.. I have never given the savory pastries a shot. Will do next time I’m in Ballard [the edge of the world]

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