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November 30th, 1999 12:00 am BRIAN PANGANIBAN | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2008


Awkwardly housed in the old Hollywood library, Fleur de Lis is co-owned by Greg Mistell (one the founders of venerable Pearl Bakery), and you can taste his experience in the bakery’s Franco-centric goods. A flaky, buttery breakfast croissant ($3.50) packed with Black Forest ham and Gruyère cheese makes a fantastic start to the morning. Sugar fiends will enjoy the cinnamon rolls ($2.50), soft and satisfying but not gooey or cloying. A hot roast beef sandwich ($8.50) is served on a tender, fragrant roll and slathered with a biting horseradish mayonnaise. It’s impossible to sample everything Fleur de Lis has to offer in one visit, so you’ll want to return again and again. (BP)

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