Coffee and pastries at Faubourg

By Diana (,
Special to The Post
Another rainy Vancouver day meant lead to an afternoon out friends to indulge in coffee and pastries. We were close to Kerrisdale, so we decided to visit Faubourg, a French bakery known for great coffee and pastries. It was a busy Saturday afternoon and all the seats were occupied at 3:00 p.m. 
Small Cappuccinowas what I like to relax with. Surprising since caffeine is a stimulant. It was a good cappuccino.
Tiramisuis made up of ladyfingers, Mmascarpone cream, and blackout cake as a base. It was alright, but I wasn’t too impressed.
Chocolate éclair is baked to perfection and filled the French way, with chocolate pastry cream and finished with chocolate fondant for a bit of added sweetness. It’s a decent size and pairs nicely with coffee.
Overall, a good Saturday spent with friends indulging on treats and sipping on coffee.
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