Breakfasts in New York City

Early morning starts may not be the favourite thing for most, but when you are faced with the range or breakfast and brunch choices I couldn’t wait to leave the hotel. Only being around for a few mornings, my choice was limited, and opted to sample the bakeries of Manhattan.

I might not be able to go to Per Se in New York, but the Bouchon bakery is the next best.

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Not to forget the dogs….

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I picked up a simple pain au chocolate and coffee to enjoy

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Now in a London, but still haven’t visited – Balthazar bakery was another classic French bakery I popped into.

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Here I had a classic French canelle

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Finally, Dominic Ansel bakery-well known for the Cronut..which I what I ended up having. Fortunately there wasn’t any queue like it was at the very beginning. Even though the Cronut was very good, next time I would try the DKA

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