Croissant D'or Patisserie

4.538 Votes
  • Address: 617 Ursulines Ave, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-5045244663
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Bakery

Croissant D'Or Patisserie is a pretty little bakery and cake shop located along the Ursulines Avenue in New Orleans. Known for its French Pastries, Quiches, Cakes, Sandwiches, Soup du Jour, and Cybercafé, this bakery also make cakes that are made to order. Located in the heart of the World Famous French Quarter, this bakery has been serving people for more than 30 years now. Delicate quiche, and freshly prepared soups are some of the savoury dishes served at this shop. This shop is open every day of the week except for Tuesdays.

How to Reach Croissant D'or Patisserie

  • By car
  • By tram - Ursulines Station light rail station (Streetcar: 2-Riverfront)
  • By bus - Decatur at Ursulines bus stop (Bus: 5, 55)

  • Croissant D'or Patisserie Address: 617 Ursulines Ave, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA, United States
  • Croissant D'or Patisserie Contact Number: +1-5045244663
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Croissant D'or Patisserie Reviews & Ratings

  • Such good pastries. They have some savory breakfast options, but the baked goods are where this patisserie really shines. Beautiful courtyard to relax and enjoy the hottest part of the day. Pets allowed in the courtyard. Inside is cool and calm. Great staff.

  • Having been to Paris a couple of times, my hopes were high and I was not disappointed. The pastries were delicious. We loved everything we purchased and definitely will be visiting again.

  • Seriously amazing pastry! The almond croissant was to die for, delicious macaroons as well. A MUST if you’re in the area and the woman working the counter was beyond helpful and knowledgeable. I would try everything if I could!

  • Y'all. This place is iconic. And oh so good. Huge cup of cappuccino... Chocolate croissants like you get in Paris. Ham and cheese croissants to die for. Great chicken salad. Super yum quiche. Atmosphere like an old tiled Moroccan bath house, with funky art and even a small courtyard with birds. Good for families and groups. Crowded mid morning with locals and tourists. Try to go super early right when everything has been freshly baked! I was bummed when ownership changed not long ago (a year or 2 back), but they mostly kept everything the same. Highly recommend!

  • Pastries & lunch were delicious and the people were really nice. For the meal I had the croissant and smoke salmon. It was a take on bagel and lox New York style.

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