The exotic sounding Kouign Amann is an indulgent confection of butter, flour and sugar, artfully put together so that the pockets of butter melt, creating a flat, round, flaky, layered pastry, something like a croissant but with a caramelized sugar topping.
This is a small, popular place with only three indoor tables, so you need to arrive early if you want a seat. Other offerings are chocolatines (pains au chocolat) and croissants, good coffee and drinking chocolate.
The prices are modest, and it makes a great change from the ubiquitous (though delicious) Montreal breakfast of bagels.
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