Dominique Ansel Bakery

I’m the only food blogger in NYC that has never had a “Cronut”

Picture_for_blogMemory of my first and last visited at Dominique Ansel Bakery 2012. There was no Cronut….I was happy to eat Macarons and Canele….. oh god (>_<)”

I’m the only food blogger in NYC that has never had a “Cronut”

I came to the Dominique Ansel Bakery with my pastry chef friends when it first opened. Chef and owner Doninique Ansel used to be the executive pastry chef for Daniel Boulud at his restaurant Daniel where he created my favorites Raspberry Balsamic Macaron and Canelé. The first (and last) time I was patrolling here they didn’t invent the world famous Cronut yet!!!!!!!!!!!!! The place wasn’t even busy. We sat at an outdoor table in their back garden room where we enjoyed a relaxing afternoon of catching up on food, fashion, and our love life ~ I’m sure you’d love to hear our gossip, but let’s talk about the Cronut now!!!!!

Well, I have nothing to say about it because I still have never had one. There, I said it!!! I feel a weight lifted off my shoulders. For many years people have talked about how good Cronuts are and I avoid to comment because I am still the only food blogger in New York City (or maybe the entire world) that has never had a Cronut. (>_<)””’ Even if I had them now I’m too embarrassed to post about it two years after the craze. I have never even seen them in the front case! Now you can even order them online. The most ludicrous thing is that it is a 10 minute walk away from where I live so I have no excuse. I keep saying that I’m waiting on my friends to go get them with me. I’m really hoping someone will send me a box of Cronuts for Christmas. Then I won’t have to wait in line at 6am camouflaged in sunglasses and a hoodie so no one can tell it’s me… oh gawd!!!!!!

If you’re looking for the new “IT” pastry at Dominique Ansel Bakery, it’s the “Cookie Shot”. It never became as infamous as the Cronut, but it’s quite popular to this day.       189 Spring St, New York, NY 10012


Cherry Finacier $3.75,  Strawbeery Basil Tart $5.5


Canele $3, Raspberry Macaron $2.5, Kouign Amman $?



DBGB Kitchen & Bar – 299 Bowery (At 1st St)

A four-star chef for his Daniel on upper east side. Daniel Boulud’s this casual new restaurant located at down town across from Punino’s pizze and open last year in my neiborhood. This highend gastropubs serve endless list of beers & 14 diffarent sausage, interested twist burger, oyster, chorizo on wide menu. There is that open bar area which first come first service and main dining area in back. place is big and very modern, concret floor. they are always busy by wallstrret to foody to uptown and turist. It’s great restaurant and  It’s like a your check list you must go once to try. It great entertaining place to take when you have visiter outside of NY. Everybody know Daniel Boulud. This time I was there with friend can’t eat pork so you don’t see in my photo some of thier known plate like a Piggie burger or frenchis burger but I recomend.

Overall Food Atmosphere Price
♥♥♥  ♥♥♥ ♥♥♥ $$$1/2


Tunisienne Spicy Lamb & Mint Merguez, lemon braised spinach & chickpeas $14 – ♥♥♥


Tuna Tartare harissa-sesame sauce, cucumber radish, crispy rice $11 – ♥♥♥1/2


Roasted Chicken Breast swiss chard-gruyere-potato gratin, sucrine lettuce $22 – ♥♥♥1/2


Grilled Spicy Calamari spiced chickpeas, crispy socca, lemon yogurt saffron-tomato coulis $12 – ♥♥♥


Steamed P.E.I. Mussels white wine, orange, fennel, arugula saffron aioli, spicy croutons $13 – ♥♥♥


The Yankee 6 oz beef patty with iceberg, tomato & vidalia onion on a sesame bun, Essex St. pickle & fries , add crispy bacon $13 – ♥♥♥


 Browny Sundaes $9 –  ♥♥♥

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