French fine dining? NOT recommended for french cuisine or romantic date out. Very tasteless, bland French onion soup, (never mind the other items we ordered!). I had to put a lot of salt in the soup just to taste SALT. The owner tasted it and found nothing wrong with it. We were not criticizing him in order to not pay the $11.00 for the soup, but he did delete my order of the soup off our bill. Being an AVID French soup consumer, this menu item should be advertised as something else or taken off the menu. One note of positivity is the Au gratin potatoes. They were delicious. We were not going to write a review. However, the owner has a very unpleasant and unprofessional attitude. He is very unreceptive to any negative feedback, regardless of the fact when well meaning customers give an honest critique in response to, “how is your food?” A receptive chef appreciates critique in order to tweak the food for the benefit of the customers. But, the owner did not appear to be the chef since he had no apron or hat on. He was wearing jeans and a t-shirt with suspenders. Which is so contradictory to the impeccable attire of our waiter. We frequent the bakery some mornings and early afternoon because they do a good job with bread and pastries. But not anymore. They have lost our and our extended families business just because of the owners rude attitude. Not that our input has any sway, but our recommendations is for the establishment to stick to being a bakery. The overall experience was TASTELESS. We will refrain from posting the photos of the food.
What delightful treats for the senses. Very charming atmosphere with chandeliers. Great welcoming smiles showing pride in their showcase of goodies. The bread was crusty was a delightful crumb. I filled a box with pastries and all were exceptional. We took extra back to our rental and thoroughly enjoyed them with coffee and cocoa throughout the day. Life's too Short not to enjoy.
BEST CROISSANTS, bar none. This is coming from a fluffy fashion photographer that's shot for Jean Paul Gaultier in Paris and all over Europe. I also live in Houston, TX which arguably has some of the best restaurants and some pretty darn good bakeries. So happy we came across this place while traveling and visiting Death Valley. It's worth the stop or even detour. Oh yeah, Pricila was also super friendly and helpful.
Our family really enjoys O Happy Bread's products. I believe it's under new ownership and the quality remains, especially our favorite croissants. Glad to have a terrific French bakery in the middle of the desert!
Had the French Onion soup, lots of onions but not much flavor. Had roast beef sandwich very good. Had 2 pastries, baklava and cheese cake didn't really like. Great personnel.
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