Savory treats like salmon brioche and curry beef buns are true gems at this tiny Japanese-French bakery. Other stand-outs include the deceptively adorable mustard-bacon epi—a chewy braid of bread that packs serious heat—and its antidote, the milk stick, a mini baguette filled with tastes-like-childhood vanilla cream. This second location is a sister to the popular Bellevue bakery. With just two tables, it’s more like a breakfast pit stop than a linger-over-brunch place.
Angie Norwood Browne
526 S. King St.