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User Reviews and comments on La Boulange

From: Bruce on Mar-12-2004
We walked out on Friday 12 March as we waited upstairs fo service, none was frthcoming and when someone did appear, there was no "Coke" available nor "Pepsi". Asked for bread and butter while we decided what to order, no service so, after waiting 10 minutes, we walked out. My friend and I have had Friday lunch there for more than a year but now, the service is bad and the menus have lost their flair.

From: Sammy on Sep-22-2004
The establishment has recently changed ownership and has undergone a simi-renovation. Some improvement to the seating and layout. The menu remains unchanged and everything I've tried has been fresh and tasty. The coffee is average and frankly you are better off across the road in Starbucks, which is somewhat of an indictment. The service remans indifferent at best.

From: Michael Moore on Feb-01-2005
Makes the best bread in Bangkok, a fact demonstrated by the outlets that have appeared in numerous supermarkets. The sourdough bread is a classic and like all of this bakeries breads is cooked in a wood-fired oven. The little shop on Convent Road is nothing to shout about, but it is only an adjunct to the bakery.

From: Amandine on Dec-22-2006
La boulange fait les meilleurs patisseries, pains... de la thailande!!! les personnes sont tres souriants!!!

From: nick on Feb-08-2008
la qualite s'est pas mal degrade depuis quelques temps et j'ai meme trouve des cheveux dans les patisseries que j'y ai achete a plusieurs reprises... c'etait mon fournisseur de choix il y aquelques annees, mais maintenant la concurrence s'est developee et la boulange ne fait plus le poids! je prefere de loin les pains de lenotre, de visage, ceux que l'on peut trouver a paragon ou emporium...

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