The local French sandwiches are more distinctive. The pork and ham inside are good. The tomato sauce and vegetables are delicious, and the price is not very expensive. Overall, it is quite satisfactory.
Western-style simple meals are very convenient to eat. You can also take away in a hurry. The bread is a kind of French bread, with chicken and sauce, the taste is very substantial, the bread is still crunchy, and one portion is quite large, good Eat, no wonder there are so many queues.
It was late at night, I was going to go to bed, and I saw the French sandwiches lined up for supper. There are a lot of beef in it, you can add eggs, anyway, it can be diy, the drinks are a little lacking, only Sprite and the like.
I wanted to go for lunch, but because it was a bit late, I went for a dinner after a while. The appetizing desserts were great, and there was a little service charge that was not expensive overall, and it was first-class food.
The shop is very small and the environment is average, with small tables and chairs, not very eye-catching. Store service is ok. I ordered a signature beef baguette. The beef was fresh, tender, full of juice, and many ingredients. The bread was crispy and delicious.