Pain Plaisir  

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Open 5 years ago, Pain Plaisir offers one of the tastiest fresh bread of the city. You know how people recommend sushi-places where an actual Japanese crowd goes to eat to? Well same here, follow the frenchies. And I'm not even talking about myself here, but more about all the other ones I bumped into there, who were like me, looking for shelter. We have this stress every-time we go abroad: where will we find good bread? Even more, if we live close to a good bakery, even with the worst apartment, it makes it hard for us to move out. We even base friendships on bread. Did I tell you that the word "copain" (friend), comes from "pain" (bread). Co-pain: the person you share bread with. All this to say that Pain plaisir enters this category of little jewel of flour that keeps us bread-lovers happy.

Gabriel M.

Strada Barbu Ștefănescu Delavrancea 1, București, Romania

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