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Lovin Catering

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Lovin Catering Review

This unassuming little shop on Francis Street conjures up some of the best pastries in town. There's no seating in this powerhouse patisserie, but long counters allow space for perching your coffee and tucking into the finest sweet and savory treats. Pop in for a morning coffee and an apple and almond tartlet; try the quiche or salmon roulade with homemade salsa for lunch; or simply take afternoon tea with a scrumptious scone. Expect queues at lunchtime, and be sure to buy in bulk for the tastiest take-out picnic in town.

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  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Sun. No dinner.
Updated: 02-07-2013

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    Gallic Kitchen Review

    I just stopped by to grab a quick bite and got a really nice piece of quiche (chicken, leek and brie), as well as a couscous salad. Took the food over to St Patrick's Cathedral to eat in the park, which was very nice. There are two small tables to eat inside if you want to eat there. Please note that the address is correct, but the name has changed. It's called Love's Catering, or something like that now. Anyways, if you're looking for something quick and yummy, I'd highly recommend it!

    by marksuth, 4/25/10

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