St. Honore has a wide array of sandwiches, pastries, and desserts. Their paninis are already assembled in the display case, but are pressed to order. St. Honore also makes their own bread and will rotate a few seasonal items.
The Division location even has its own menu of savory dishes.
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I ended up with one of their seasonal items, the Puit d'Amour ($6.15). It's a chocolate pastry filled with raspberry jelly, topped with almond cream and fresh raspberries, then a macaron (probably raspberry again) on top. Wonderfully made. The shell is solid enough to stand up to all the filling and toppings, but breaks off with just some effort.
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The desserts are on the pricey side, but you're getting expert craftsmanship and execution.
If you're a fan of bistros and French bakeries, you should check out St. Honore! 7.5/10
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