Absolutely the best salmon quiche and baked goods I've ever tasted. Drive 8 hours for this place, it is entirely worth it.
Delicious French cuisine and hard to resist the endless pasties. Plan to take some home!
My fav bakery ever! I love coming here for brunch and taking home tons to baked goods. Havnt had anything I didn't like here. My kids get the crepe or waffles but I love their quiches and omelets. The croissants are the best too!
High-elevation baking might not always (ahem) rise to the occasion...but at Clafoutis, the French family that owns and cooks at this bakery/restaurant has acclimated perfectly to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. While it might be hard to tear yourself away from red-and-geeen-chile-on-everything while in New Mexico, if you do want to take a break from capsaicin for your morning eats, this is the place. Just to the northwest of the city's historic core, Clafoutis is one of Santa Fe?s morning institutions. You can get things to go, but if you wait for a table, you'll be served café au lait in a bowl along with ?Bonne Maman? jams to transform perfectly-textured baguettes into ?tartines.? ?Bonjour? greets you as you walk in the door, and your eyes will feast on the piles of pâtisseries beckoning from the counter. My wife and I had one of the best chausson-aux-pommes--in or out of France--that we've ever tasted. And, in a nod to local tastes, they even offered green chile to go with les oeufs... Be forewarned, though--parking is extremely limited, and weekend mornings are formidably popular. Un peu de patience: so worth the wait!