Paris Café Guide

While I was in Paris I made it a goal to visit as many cafés/restaurants that I could. I love experiencing the food of new places, and I knew that cafés are a huge part of the one I was in! Since I visited so many, I thought I’d do up a guide and review of each one for you. Hopefully this will help the next time you plan a trip to Paris!

Café de Flore

Oh the famous Café de Flore. When we visited the St. Germain area I knew that visiting this café was a must. I just had to see what all the fuss was about! After all, it is ALL over Instagram and Pinterest. The outside of this spot is definitely an eye-catcher but I wanted to see if the food and drinks were really worth the wait. When we arrived every outside table was taken, and we had to wait about ten minutes to secure a spot of our own. The staff was friendly and quick at setting up our table. The menu was of decent size with many options. I got a coffee with milk, fresh orange juice and a ham and cheese toast. Here’s what I thought overall:

Food: 8/10, the coffee and food was great however the orange juice they served was verrrryyyy sour! I’d definitely go back to try out more dishes though!

Service: 10/10, very attentive, kind and welcoming!

Price: 6/10, everything was a little pricier than other cafés I had visited, but I guess that’s what comes with going to a popular place!

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Angelina Paris

I had been waiting since my last trip to visit this popular spot. I had heard raving reviews about their famous hot chocolate, so of course I had to try it! We visited the location that’s right across from the amusement park near the Louvre, and didn’t have to wait even a minute to get a table. The staff was extremely kind and well-mannered. We came here starving so of course ordered full meals and drinks! I ordered the mushroom truffle ravioli and it was AMAZING. My friend ordered a club sandwich and both of our dishes were very good sizes. I can honestly say though that I was completely stuffed after my meal. After the ravioli I ordered just the hot chocolate for dessert and it was super creamy and rich. I’d definitely recommend sharing one pot between two people as it is very heavy, but nevertheless very delicious too.

Food: 10/10, everything I ordered was absolutely delicious!

Service: 10/10, staff was very attentive and spoke English well!

Price: 9/10, the prices were decent in my opinion as the serving sizes were quite big, but also tasted amazing!

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DS Café

This was the first café we visited when we arrived in Paris. It was only a couple of blocks down from our Air BnB and had great healthy options on the menu. We ate here twice and both of my visits were pleasant! The food was wonderful, however the service was not the best as we had to ask multiple times for more water, and had to wait a very long time to actually order our food. I ordered a Norvegian Bagel (avocado, smoked salmon, cream cheese) and it came with a side of potatoes and salad, which I was not fond of at all. The second time, I ordered the avocado toast which again came with the same sides. The avo toast was great though! The drinks I ordered were the Machiatto and Matcha Latte, and out of the two I’d definitely recommend the Matcha!

Food: 7/10, the main dishes were great but the sides they served were very mediocre and not very pleasant!

Service: 4/10, felt like there wasn’t much service at all.

Price: 8/10, for the fresh veggies and healthy options, I felt that their prices were fair! I also found that the price for dishes with fresh salmon was amazing compared to back here in Vancouver.

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Thierry Meunier

This was more of a pastry shop than a full café however they did also have bottled drinks and coffee available to order. It was right beside DS Café so we visited a few times. The baguette sandwiches were not the best as the butter and cream cheese was clumped along the bread rather than spread. The drinks were decent and the pastries were hit or miss. The madeleine that I had from here was not very good, however the chocolate cake was delicious and moist!

Food: 4/10

Service: 6/10, the staff behind the counter seemed very snappy and impatient but it could have been worse!

Price: 5/10, pricing was decent however the quality of most of the food we tried wasn’t up to par.

Café Kitsuné

I can’t say much about this because we visited the very tiny location that was inside of Jardin du Palais Royal. I ordered the White Matcha which was a mix of white hot chocolate and matcha latte. The drink was just okay, and when I got about half way I started to get clumps of matcha in my mouth. Something no matcha latte should ever have!

Drinks: 6/10, I was very excited to try this place out, but was disappointed by the quality of my drink.

Service: 7/10, I can’t say much because we only spoke to one person behind the counter but they seemed friendly!

Price: 4/10, obviously this place was in a prime tourist spot and therefore the prices were ridiculously high. I believe our drinks came out to be about 6 or 7 euros, and our cups were tiny. Definitely not worth it!

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Creperie Framboise

I had to include this spot because it was SO delicious! We visited this creperie in Passy, more of a local area and it was very low-key. I got a crepe with chopped hazelnuts, nutella and chantilly (whipped cream). My friend got one with nutella and banana and the both of us were very impressed! I definitely could have eaten another.

Food: 10/10, would definitely recommend the sweet crepes!

Service: 6/10, our server seemed nice but did not know very much english so it was difficult to ask questions.

Price: 10/10, our crepes were each about 7 to 8 euros and I felt that was fair for the size of them and taste!

Le Paradis du Fruit

We stopped here for a late lunch one day and it was delicious. The service was decent and the restaurant was clean and lively. I ordered the toasted pita with mozzarella, pesto and tomato and it was delish. My friend ordered their superbowl full of veggies and it was a huge serving. All of the vegetables coming out looked very fresh, hence worth the price. Our server was great at answering questions, spoke English well and was attentive. Their menu also had a lot of cocktail options making it a great spot for a drink outside on the patio!

Food: 10/10

Service: 8/10

Price: 7/10, it was affordable but definitely on the pricier side for the fresh vegetable dishes!

There you have it! I’ll add any new spots I go to the next time I visit!




1-Week Celery Juice Cleanse

Here’s what happened when I drank celery juice every morning for a week straight!

A couple of weeks ago I decided to try out the pure celery juice “cleanse” that’s currently all over the internet. Ever since Kylie Jenner revealed that this is what she drinks every morning, tons of blogs and websites have been covering the benefits of it. I’m a fan of celery and my skin wasn’t doing super well at the time, so I decided to give it a shot.

Lots of people don’t do the cleanse because they think it involves a juicer, but that’s definitely not necessary. It’s totally do-able with a blender and a strainer. To my surprise, preparing the juice was actually super quick! I’ll go over the ingredients and instructions below.


Celery juice does more than just clear up your skin, it also detoxifies, is anti-inflammatory, promotes better bone and heart health and more.

Celery is high in Vitamin K and Vitamin C making it a great way to boost the immune system too. The anti-inflammatory properties reduce bloating, acid reflux, acne, eczema and other inflammation issues. I’m not a scientist but I do know that most of these things are true from personal experience!

How to Prepare the Juice

Ingredients: 5-6 sticks of celery, 15-16oz of cold water

Prep Time: 5 minutes

  • Rinse the celery and chop the ends of the sticks off. Cut the sticks in half and throw them in a regular high speed blender.
  • Add 15-16oz of water and blend until smooth.
  • Pour the celery pulp and juice into a large strainer over a bowl. Wait for most of the juice to be released then take a spoon and push down on the pulp to release excess liquid.
  • Pour the pure juice into a cup and voila! The celery pulp is great in soups, or you can chuck it in the organics bin.

My Results

I drank this first thing in the morning for 7 days in a row and from start to finish I saw a huge change in the balance and texture of my skin. I decided to write a blog post on this a few days into my cleanse so unfortunately I don’t have photos, but I’ll try my best to explain the differences I saw. Keep in mind that I didn’t change anything else in my routine and I was using the exact same skincare as always!

#1 My skin became smoother over the course of 7 days. I often get small bumps on my forehead and chin, and with this cleanse those began to vanish. Texture of my skin is something that I notice the most. When I say I’m having a “bad skin day” that usually means that I’ve got more texture than usual, pores are larger and blackheads more visible. The celery juice, IMO, helped clear this stuff up.

#2 My skin became brighter! This is a tricky one to explain, but basically I saw a change in how my skin looked when I woke up. A lot of mornings I’ll wake up and my skin will be dull and it’ll take washing my face and putting on a new layer of skincare to “wake it up”. While doing this celery juice cleanse, my skin was brighter and almost glowing as soon as I’d wake up.

What’s next…

When I stopped drinking celery juice every morning (during my trip to LA) my skin went back to it’s normal self, which is why I’m going to continue drinking the juice every morning! I will say it’s not a pleasant drink when the celery is bitter so buy it in smaller stocks. I think it’ll take a while for me to properly tie it into my daily routine, especially when I’m away, but it’ll be worth it.

If you have any questions regarding the celery juice, feel free to comment below or DM me on Instagram (@haleyestradaa)!




3 Healthy Ice Cream Recipes

If there’s anyone that has an unhealthy obsession with ice cream, it’s me. I think my sweet tooth runs in the family….and ice cream is one of my top dessert choices, my favourite being gelato mmm! I actually used to work at an ice cream shop, it was my very first job and I made ice cream from scratch as well as ice cream cakes! It was kind of like a free for all with the ice cream and there was a point that I realized I had gained close to 10lbs because of it LOL. Thankfully I don’t work there anymore, but to cater to my ice cream obsession I’ve found some healthy ice cream recipes that I can make at home. The images in this post are the banana Nutella ice cream that I recently made (PS. It was delicious!).

#1 Nutella Frozen Yogourt


  • 2 cups yogurt of choice
  • 2/3 cup nutella
  • 1 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract (don’t use if you’re using vanilla yogourt)
  • 1/4 tsp or less of salt
  • 1/4 cup cacao or cocoa powder
  • pinch pure stevia OR 1/3 cup
  • 1 cup milk of choice
  • optional chocolate chips

Blend all ingredients, except the chocolate chips, until completely smooth. Freeze the mixture in ice cube trays and then re-blend (including chocolate chips) using an electric blender. Or you can transfer the blended mixture to an airtight container, freeze, and stir well every hour for 3 hours.

#2 Coconut Ice Cream


  • 1 1/2 cup canned coconut milk (use full fat canned coconut milk, not light)
  • 1/2 cup additional coconut milk OR milk of choice
  • 1/4 cup sweetener of choice, such as sugar or pure maple syrup
  • pinch stevia or 1 additional tbsp sweetener of choice
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • 1 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract

Blend all ingredients, except the chocolate chips, until completely smooth. Freeze the mixture in ice cube trays and then re-blend (including chocolate chips) using an electric blender. Or you can transfer the blended mixture to an airtight container, freeze, and stir well every hour for 3 hours.

#3 Banana Ice Cream


  • 2-3 overripe, frozen bananas
  • 2-4 tbsp optional milk of choice (I like coconut milk)
  • pinch salt
  • Nutella (optional, but its amazing)

Start with bananas that are turning brown. Peel and cut into large pieces, then freeze in an airtight bag or container. Put 2-3 frozen bananas into a blender or food processor—add a pinch of salt and 2-4 tbsp milk of choice for smoother blending if desired. Blend until smooth!

Have you tried making your own ice cream before? If you have, please share the recipe below!



Sunday High Tea

Today’s activities consisted of high tea with one of my closest girlfriends and shopping! I visited a tea salon that I’d never been to before and it was so lovely. We went to Patisserie Fur Elise in downtown Vancouver and for the price that we paid I was very impressed with both the service, quality and amount of food we were served. Here’s a little recap of the tea and the outfit I wore!

Pants: Who What Wear collection from Target

Coat: Romwe Fashion

Silk Scarf: Babaton

Sweater: H&M

The table itself was gorgeous and they had cute twinkling lights underneath the glass making it that much more special!

When our tea arrived our server placed a mini sand timer on the table to let us know when it was good to pour.

We paid $30.00CA each for an entire tier and a tea of our choice. I chose Creme Brûlée tea and it was scrumptious!

This was the tier full of both of our servings of food and all of it was delicious. In fact I didn’t finish one of my sandwiches because I got full!

The smallest details made the tea even better, like this silver birdie tray that you could use to strain the tea when pouring it.

After high tea we headed to the mall where we both found amazing Tory Burch bags and splurged a little bit 😉

Stay tuned for the reveal of my bag this week on Instagram! @haleyestradaa


1-Month Health & Fitness Journey

Hello lovely people! I’m so happy you’ve come across this post because it’s something that I’ve been wanting to share with you all for a very long time. Just like anyone else would I’m preparing for a tropical vacation that’s coming up very soon, and by preparing I mean getting my butt into shape! I’m generally very good about staying in shape (eating right and exercising) but I took a loooong 3-month break between July and October this year so now I have a little more work to do for my vacay.

My fitness journey is going to be exactly one month long, starting one month from the day that I hop on my plane. I will be watching very carefully what I eat and also starting my regular 5-7 days a week home workouts. Today I’d like to share with you what my eating schedule looks like in a day, meal and snack ideas, and the types of workouts that I’ll be doing.

If you’re going on a vacation over the holidays that includes swimwear and a beach and you feel like getting fit before you go then this post might be perfect for you! Let’s get in shape together shall we?!


*I eat every 2 to 3 hours to speed up my metabolism and ensure that I always have energy!*


Small Snack


Small Snack


Small Snack

(note that you shouldn’t be eating less than 2-3 hours before you sleep!)


Aside from starting to workout again the other major change in my lifestyle during this fitness journey will be what I’m eating. I’ve decided to minimize the amount of carbohydrates that I eat as well as cut out as many sweets and junk food that I can (aside from the few cheat days that might occur). Here are the main foods that I will be holding back from for the month:








Juice and Pop (I don’t drink soda but I’ll include it anyway)


Some of these foods make up large parts of our everyday meals and snacks so below are some ideas on what you CAN eat!

Breakfast Options

Fried egg and avocado.

Egg whites with spinach, tomato, cheese.

Banana, strawberry, almond milk, vanilla breakfast shake smoothie.

2 slices of turkey bacon with a grilled avocado.

Mixed berries, almond milk, vanilla or strawberry breakfast shake smoothie.

Scrambled eggs with cheese, tomatoes, and mushrooms.

Seared tomatoes and mushrooms and fried egg.

Lunch Options

Pre-packed salads (with a small amount of dressing).

Sautéed veggies with kale & spinach sausage.

Seared tomatoes with sausage or other meat.

Spinach salad with mushrooms, tomato, and balsamic vinegar.

A lot of the time I just bring left over dinner for lunch which includes some form of meat (chicken, fish, pork) and a side of veggies or salad.

Dinner Options

I’m no chef so I don’t have any specific ideas for dinner, but I usually just eat some type of salad (caesar, kale, thai) with a portion of meat (chicken, fish, pork, beef).

Snack Options

Cherry tomatoes with sliced cheese

Half an apple with peanut butter

Banana (can be with peanut butter)

Small handful of almonds

Grapes and sliced cheese

Raw veggies

Raw fruits


When I really get into a proper schedule I usually workout 5-7 times a week alternating abs/arms days with full body days (abs/arms/legs). I always make sure to be energized with a small snack before my workouts and to drink water throughout as well. My workouts come before dinner and my last snack of the day! Let me know in the comments if you would like to see a list of the workouts I do.

I’m a firm believer in working hard for what you want and I guarantee that if you stay determined and on track you can definitely achieve your goals! Feel free to use my Contact Form or DM me on my social media accounts if you have any questions or suggestions! I would love to hear from some of you! You can stay up to date with my progress by following me on Instagram and watching my Insta-Stories.



Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte

Have you ever been at home craving a PSL but you’re too lazy to visit your nearest cafe to get one? Yup, me too! Luckily I’ve found a homemade PSL recipe that actually DOES compare to Starbucks’ famous pumpkin spice latte! Whenever I make little homemade goods like this I love to make either a day or night out of it. This recipe goes well with a candle lit games night, popcorn, milk chocolate, and your favourite classic film.


2 cups milk (dairy or non-dairy)
2 tablespoons pumpkin puree
1 to 3 tablespoons sugar, depending on how sweet you like it
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice, plus more for serving
1/2 cup strong hot coffee
Whipped cream, for serving


Add milk, pumpkin puree, and sugar to a saucepan over medium heat. Heat until hot, but do not boil. Remove the saucepan from the heat and whisk in the vanilla, pumpkin pie spice, and the coffee.

Divide the mixture between two mugs. Top with whipped cream and a sprinkle of pumpkin pie spice.

Tips & Tricks

  • I love this recipe with 2% milk but you can definitely substitute for almond, soy, or coconut too!
  • The sugar in this recipe can also be substituted for honey or an artificial sweetener. It’s totally up to you!
  • If you don’t want to buy pumpkin spice you can make your own with: 1 1/2 tablespoons ground cinnamon + 2 teaspoons ground ginger + 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg + a pinch of ground cloves.

Enjoy your PSLs ladies and gents!



Best Chocolate Chip Cookies – Recipe

To start off this post I’d like to share a fun fact about me. When I was younger, probably between the ages of 10-13, I had a huge passion for baking and that’s all I would ever do in my spare time. I baked everything from cookies to cupcakes to cake pops and more and I spent all of my time decorating my creations too. Up until now I’ve probably tried around 10 different chocolate chip cookie recipes, and yes each one has turned out completely different. I love chewy, semi-sweet, and very chocolatey cookies so this recipe that my boyfriend recently found on a Facebook post is now my new favourite! The original recipe can be found here, but for convenience I’ve copied it below!


I personally think that these cookies are perfect for an at-home date night of baking, movies, and snuggles!


½ cup sugar

¾ cup brown sugar, packed

1 teaspoon salt

½ cup butter, melted

1 egg

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1¼ cups all-purpose flour

½ teaspoon baking soda

4 ounces milk or semisweet chocolate chunks

4 ounces dark chocolate chunks (or your preference)


1. Preheat oven to 350°F/180°C.

2. In a large bowl, whisk together the sugars, salt, and butter until a paste has formed with no lumps.

3. Whisk in the egg and vanilla, beating until light ribbons fall off the whisk.

4. Sift in the flour and baking soda, then fold the mixture with a spatula, being careful not to overmix. This will cause the gluten in the flour to toughen, which will result in cakier cookies.

5. Fold in the chocolate chunks evenly, then chill the dough for at least 30 minutes. For a more intense toffee-like flavor and deeper color, chill the dough overnight. The longer the dough rests, the more complex its flavor will be.

6. Scoop the dough with an ice cream scoop onto a parchment-paper-lined baking sheet, leaving at least 4 inches of space between cookies and 2 inches of space from the edges of the pan so that the cookies can spread evenly.

7. Bake for 12-15 minutes, or until the edges have started to barely brown.

8. Cool completely, and enjoy!

Enjoy the recipe all you cookie monsters!



Thanksgiving Yam Casserole

If there’s one time that you’ll see me cooking, and actually enjoying it, it’s at Thanksgiving. Some might say that I’m not an Iron Chef (ahem, my boyfriend) but when it comes to this casserole it’s quick, easy, and yummy no matter what I do!

This dish has been passed on for generations in my family and last year I finally obtained the recipe from my Grandmother in hopes that it would become my contribution to our annual Thanksgiving family dinner.

Are you ready for mouth-watering, creamy, and sweet yam goodness? Let’s dive into this recipe together!

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If you’re confused as to which yams I’m talking about, these are the ones! Orange on the inside 🙂


2 cups mashed yams (some may call it a sweet potato, it’s the orange one)

2 tablespoons Butter

Salt to taste

2 tablespoons Cream

Top of Casserole

1/2 cup packed Brown Sugar

1/2 cup butter


  1. Preheat the oven to 325º F.
  2. Boil a pot of water big enough to fit 2 cups of cut yams.
  3. Cut a yam into cubes and toss into boiling water until soft enough to mash.
  4. Drain the water and mash the yams in the pot.
  5. Mix in the cream, butter and salt.
  6. Transfer the mashed yam mix into a glass casserole dish.
  7. Melt the butter and brown sugar in a bowl and mix.
  8. Spread the butter and sugar mix on top of the casserole and garnish with pecans.
  9. Bake for 25 minutes until the top of the casserole is bubbling.
  10. Serve hot!

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Happy Thanksgiving all of you lovely people! May your long weekends be full of love, laughs and delicious food!



10 Healthy Snack Ideas

From school to work or just when I’m hanging around the house I’m always looking for healthy snacks to eat. Here are 10 of my go-to healthy snacks that boost my energy and keep me feeling good throughout the day.

#1 Apples and Peanut Butter


#2 Greek Yogurt and Berries


#3 Celery, Cucumber, and Carrots with Hummus


#4 Nuts


#5 Celery and Peanut Butter


#6 Plain Rice Cake with Avocado and Lemon


#7 Plain Rice Cake with Laughing Cow Cheese

There are so many different flavours to choose from!

#8 Whole Grain Bread with Goat Cheese and Cherry Tomatoes


#9 Greek Yogurt with Honey and Banana


#10 Banana with Crunchy Peanut Butter


I’m always on the hunt for healthy snack ideas, so if you have any of your own please leave them in the comments!




Review: L’otus Cake Boutique, Richmond BC

I recently visited one of the newest and greatest little additions to the Richmond area, L’otus Cake Boutique! I had heard about it from a co-worker as the place with “crepe cakes” so obviously I had to check it out right away! I actually visited this little cafe twice within a week, so clearly I think it’s pretty amazing.


This new spot is extremely popular (aka busy) and they are only open from Tuesday to Sunday from 12-6pm, so there’s a chance that they will run out of product early. When they do run out they post the announcement on their quickly growing Instagram page @lotuscakeboutique

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Mango Mille Crepe (top) and Blue Earl Grey Mille Crepe (bottom).


Their menu isn’t very large but all of the items are decadent and delicious. The biggest seller right now is the Mille Crepe, pretty much a slice of cake consisting of 16-20 crepes layered between a cream filling. Their flavours include creme brûlée, blue earl grey, fresh strawberry, hojicha (a Japanese green tea), and occasionally a fruit mix with bananas, kiwi, and strawberries. They do sometimes have other desserts available such as green tea cheesecake, strawberry shortcake, and mousse cakes!

They have a cafe menu including lattes (unsweetened), traditional green tea latte, and a few other drinks. Their green tea latte is served traditionally in a bowl and is unsweetened so keep that in mind if you’re used to a sweetened one!

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Earl Grey Tea (top) and London Fog (bottom).

What We Ordered

The first time I visited, my friend and I went straight for the Mille Crepes, I got the Creme Brûlée and she got the Blue Earl Grey. I also ordered the regular latte, but was disappointed because they had no flavour syrups available (and I don’t like strong coffee so a bitter latte wasn’t exactly what I was looking for). My friend ordered the green tea latte, and like I mentioned before it was unsweetened, so also not the greatest.

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Creme Brûlée Mille Crepe.

The very first Mille Crepe that I tried, Creme Brûlée, was heavenly. The creme was fluffy and the crepes were cooked perfectly. Even the sugar torched on the top was crunchy!

The Blue Earl Grey was also apparently very creamy and had a true earl grey flavour.

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Blue Earl Grey (top) Creme Brûlée (bottom)

The second time I visited I ordered the Blue Earl Grey Mille Crepe and my other friend got the Fresh Mango Mille Crepe. This time I decided to order a London Fog, and oddly enough they served it to me in a tea pot with a tiny pouring cup of sweetening syrup! My friend opted for a regular pot of Earl Grey tea. Neither of us were disappointed! The Blue Earl Grey was as good as my friend mentioned to me the first time and when I tasted the Mango Mille Crepe it melted in my mouth.

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Blue Earl Grey Mille Crepe and London Fog latte.

Interior Decor

This boutique is perfect for a clean Instagram photo because the entire place is decked out in white and white marble! Definitely a good photo-opp.

Service (2 visits)

The service was not the very best when I visited this boutique the first time, but it was extremely busy with people lined up to the door. The waiting area consists of only three chairs and there’s also a door that workers come and go through right behind the area so we were constantly moving aside for them. I was confused when I first walked in as there were separate lines for takeout and seating, but no one was coming by to ask how many we were for a table. I ended up going to ask one of the workers, but we waited a good 15-20 minutes to be seated.

We had a lovely time enjoying our mille crepes and lattes but once again when we wanted to pay and leave no one was coming by to check up on us. We probably could have walked out without paying and they wouldn’t notice, but I went up to the counter and asked someone to come over. At this time the place was getting extremely busy and we knew we had to get out quick so someone else could be seated, but the process of paying took a while and the server wasn’t very fast at getting our change.

The second time that I went to L’otus Cake Boutique my friend and I arrived a few minutes before their opening time, 12pm, and we were seated right away. The service in this case was better than the first, but it did get busy pretty quickly. It was more enjoyable for me this time because we weren’t crowded by tons of people!

If you’re planning on going here, try to go right at opening time because even half and hour after it’s busy and the service isn’t the best.

Rating: 8/10 – AMAZING food – beautiful decor – OK service

I will be back, but hopefully at a time when it isn’t too busy! The Mille Crepes are definitely worth trying if you live in the area or are visiting!