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March 28th, 2006 12:00 am Johanna Droubay | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2006


You'll think you've died and gone to Paris when you glimpse this bright, ambitious bakery's display of sugary, chic baked goods. From heavenly butter croissants ($1.95) to rich bread puddings ($3.50), Ken's sweet treats hook you; its savories reel you in. To totally transcend traditional Parisian street food, try the house-roasted turkey-breast sandwich ($6.45) decked out with spicy garlic aioli, asiago cheese and dark green-leaf lettuce and served on a chewy house-made baguette. Or for a Pacific Northwest twist on a classic French favorite, try the delectable, juicy croque portabella ($6.45). (JD)

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