The view of two abandoned coffee cups seemed inviting. We decided to have coffee and pastries for a bit.
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On the far end of the shop, we can see someone kneading dough. It was a lovely sight as it shows how freshly-baked their breads are.
The dining area is tiny. We're grateful we arrived at a good time as there were a few seats available for us.
They've got cute looking tables and chairs too. The table is only as wide as the chairs we were sitting on.
The Husband and I each had a cup of coffee; latte for him and long black for me. We got the Chocolate Danish and Apple Tart. The Chocolate Danish was crispy on the outside but pillowy soft on the inside.
The Apple Tart became an instant favourite with its perfect crust and apples fresh and sweet.
We enjoyed the time we were at La Banette. The place may be small but I found it cozy and non-intrusive. It was our beautiful find that one fateful day in Autumn.
La Banette Patisserie
18 Glebe Point Road
Glebe, NSW 2037
Phone 8095 9688