B. Patisserie, Pacific Heights, San Francisco

B. Patisserie is a venture with Belinda Leung and her expertly crafted viennoiserie. Our macaron instructor Thip (BMH’s review of Bonbini Macaron Class) gave her favorites in the city and B. Patisserie was her must suggest and we are thrilled we finally got to sample a few and look forward to return.


We loved the drop lighting above the open bakery area. It was so fun to see the bakery team and Belinda work their magic._MG_8515

Upon entrance, you see several surprises along the walls, the pastry and sweet treat icons outlined at the front sitting area and a macaron tree in the back._MG_8512

We loved seeing fresh tartines (open faced sandwiches) made in front of our eyes. Next time we will order the mushroom, goat cheese on leeks tartine._MG_8516

There were several trays of macarons, tarts, chocolate mousse bombs and lovely desserts._MG_8514

The lemon tarts, chocolate toffee, vanilla meillefeulle, peach melba, cassis cake are on the cool, marble slab._MG_8513

The viennoiserie was why we at B. Patisserie. The croissants, chocolate croissants, 10 hour apple tart (intrigued right?!) and scones looked tantalizing._MG_8509

What we had to select was the Chocolate Banana Almond-Croissant for $3.75 because it was truly different from any other croissants we have seen and so many bakeries. Almond topping and inside banana and chocolate in the interior. This was literally bananas. We were so gosh darn happy.


Have you ever had a perfectly tender, spinach, cheese and bacon quiche with the right amount of flakey crust. The B. Patisserie quiche has been one of the best quiches ever eaten. So good we got another slices. Yeah, our mouths are watering right now thinking about this quiche.


The piece de la resistance and true specialty of the house if the Kouign Amann Nature for $4. This croissant like caramelized, custardy pastry is phenomenal. This is art and science at its best.


Can you  really be happier? NO. Truly the best ever tasted.

_MG_8518We can not wait to return time and time again to B. Patisserie. If our father ever visit the Bay, this is where we would take him for his love of French pastries.

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