Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Patisserie Rhubarbe [Montreal - Bakery]

Patisserie Rhubarbe  (@rhubarbe_mtl) was recommended by a Montreal friend of mine, it's a little gem tucked away on a side street with probably less than 15 seats dinning area.

When we arrive on a Sunday at Brunch hour, the place was packed and there was a line forming just to grab some goodies to go. Go thing we were only grabbing some sweets, so eating outside the store was acceptable given the sunny day it was.

Love how most of their creation came in cake size.

Wish they sell this by slice or have a mini version.

Yes, I wanted to try everything 

Dacquise Pistache & Pamplemousse $5
Pretty and delicate, love all the layers of texture and flavors.
Éclair Banane, Passion & Dulcey $5.50
Perfectly done with a traditional éclair recipe with the flavor packed banana cream, love how it was the perfect consistency. I am dreaming of it as I am writing this! Best Éclair!!!

Kouing Aman $4
Never had that before, it's basically made with bread dough with layers of butter and sugar folded in. What a buttery and flaky goodness.

Pot Chocolat $4.50
I just had to get this in the cure little pot and it came with a mini wooden spoon. I swear it tasted as good as it look, I just love it's not too sweet especially the top crunchy dark chocolate crumble that was slightly bitter which was a great contrast to the creamy goodness.

Love Love Love!!! ♥♥♥
Will have to come back next time I'm in Montreal (hopefully soon)
Highly recommend this place
Perfect little yummy goodness at a very reasonably price (unlike Toronto which will probably cost you $7-8 each)

Related Montreal Post:
Comptoir 21 Fish & Chips
Café Olimpico [Coffee]
Au Pied de Cochon [French/Montreal]

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