4 Reviews

First Review by chb-pbfp

average - Edit

I really wanted to try this one. It's good that there's a vegan alternative for (chocolate) croissants but i really don't know what's the fuss is all about. If you want to compare these products objectively, then, you need to compare them with the best. And I can tell you, the best chocolate croissants I've ever eaten are made in France, but these are made with butter... so they still have work to do before we can give them a five star mark.

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Delicious! Wish it was closer! - Edit

It had been so many years since I had eaten koffiekoeken (Danish pastry). So very excited! and they didn't disappoint!
Have been to the bakery in Ghent to buy them, and also bought them from Bakkerij Frimout at vegan Summerfest (long queue, everyone wanted some!).
Tip: if you want to be sure to be able to have some, reserve them, as they sometimes sell out rapidly.
Would be nice if he also started making vegan pies and cakes!

Pros: vegan koffiekoeken! Nuf said :-)

Cons: it's not in Bruges ;-)

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Delicious pastries - Edit

Bought a couple of flaky pastries (custard and chocolate) and a pack of dark chocolate roses. All were very delicious. I have not had a flaky pastry in many, many years. Have yet to find any bakery in San Francisco Bay Area where I live that makes flaky pastries at all, let alone any that can taste this good. So good, don't even know that it's vegan!!

Pros: Tasty

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All bakers should have this choice! - Edit

This is a traditional bakery with a good choice of vegan options, even during the week.
If there is something specific you want in decent quantity, then it's best to reserve in advance.

The taste of the 'koffiekoeken' is great, I had the same feeling, as I used to have, when I ate the non-vegan 'koffiekoeken'.

These products are really a good transition for more cruelty free products and showing that there is nothing you have to give up on when you go vegan.

I've a dream that one day, their proposal will be the standard in the Belgium bakeries.

A must try, mainly to experience what they can make as vegan alternatives.

Pros: Very tasty vegan 'koffiekoeken', Unfortunately, quite unique in Belgium

Cons: None

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