Where did I eat?
Le March St. George at 4393 St. George Street in Vancouver.
What do they specialize in?
Coffee and French pastries, crepes, and quiche.
What was the vibe?
Quaint, homey, cute.
What did I order?
- They have a wide array of coffee drinks here and I was satisfied with my cappuccino
- The latte art on top was also cute which is always a bonus
- The croissants here are super buttery, flakey, and delicious
- The sandwich was on the small side and probably won’t fill you up, but it would be good for a snack
Ham and Gruyère with Bechamel Crepe
- This crepe was thin, slightly chewy and perfectly cooked.
- I loved the filling of ham, gruyère and bechamel. It was very rich and cheesy and the bechamel sauce added an extra layer of indulgent creaminess.
- Once again this was on the smaller side and didn’t completely fill me up for a meal
- Since I wasn’t full that meant I had room for dessert and ordered a chocolate croissant
- This croissant was good, however, I think I preferred the plain one more. The chocolate overpowers the buttery flavour that you can really appreciate in the plain croissant.
Le Marche St. George is an adorable shop and cafe that I would definitely visit more if it wasn’t a bit out of the way. The coffee, crepes, and pastries all taste very good, but portions are dainty and more “snack size” rather than “meal size”.