After lunch, my friend brought me along to pick her daughter up from school and to send her to Chinese language tuition.
We had two hours to fill before my friend had to pick her up again. She brought me to a bakery and cafe, Le Bread Days.
My friend said this bakery serves one of the best durian croissant.
The durian croissant is kept cold.
The king of the fruit croissant was sweet and creamy. This is about CAD3.
We also tried a new product, Le Polo Molten Salted Eggyolk Croissant. This is served warm as the server heated it up before serving to us.
The savoury salted egg yolk was such a sinful treat. This is RM7.80 (about CAD2.40).
My friend also bought me some mini salted eggyolk croissants and a few of other pastries for me to bring home.
Chicken and mushroom pastry.
The regular Molten Salted Eggyolk Croissant that I ate the next day without warming up was very good too.
We had pink guava juice to go with our croissants.