Originally established by French chef Franck Pasquier 2008, he left this popular continental bakery in good hands when it was taken over by Clotilde Rambaud and Tomasz Giderewicz in 2012.
Clotilde, who is from Nantes in southern Brittany, had worked with Franck for several years beforehand, and has continued to build up a very loyal clientele of local customers who adore this delightful little piece of France' in the centre of Sligo town - which visitors are also delighted to find.
A combination of boulangerie, patisserie and chocolatier, the range of classic continental baking they are famous for includes superb sourdough loaves, which are made with all-natural ingredients including specially sourced hard flour - and quality chocolate. "All chocolates are made on the premises and are unique to Sligo," says Clotilde with justifiable pride.
Along with their own delectable patisserie and irresistible chocolate creations, you will also find other speciality French foods, including patés and terrines and many other treats not easily sourced in Ireland.
You will also find Clotilde and her delicious products at local markets, including the newer ones at Rathcormack and Boyle.