Today is the first post in my new series Philly Local – where I’m going to be reviewing local spots. I have been going to this little café for years. They have the best macrons around! Miel Patisserie was the reason I began baking them as my signature desert to parties!
Miel Patisserie is located on 17th street between Walnut and Chancellor St in Phila, Pa. This café/bakery has been around for many years! Longer than I’ve been alive!
When you walk into the little shop it has the cutest bee shaped door handles, and a subtle honeycomb theme throughout. It’s a small little shop with a few tables scattered around with a bar ledge with seats. During the nice weather you could also sit outside at a few table tops they have.
I stopped at Miel Patsserie many times over the years. My favorite treat is macaron and their mocha coffee. That combo is super sweet! This time I decided to shake it up by ordering a Tea with Peach Nectar and their lunch sandwich and soup combo. I got the Marseillais half sandwich with Beef Barley, the soup of the day.
The combo was perfect for the rainy day I was downtown for interviews!
After I placed my order I waited at my table and the women at the register brought out my order for me which is so nice. I didn’t have to loose my spot at my table. I also ordered 3 macarons as my desert for my lunch. I feel like I couldn’t go to Miel Patisserie without a sweet.
They have many different treats to choose from which are all delicious as I’ve gotten the chance to try them over the years! I highly recommend stopping in for at least a cappuccino when you’re in town! This is not a café to sleep on!
Miel Patisserie is a very clean spot to rest your feet during a day of sight seeing or shopping. They’re close to all the great shops in the Rittenhouse area.
The people working the front are very kind and give great suggestions if you don’t know what you want to order.
This get’s a 10/10 for a must visit spot in downtown Philly! Stay tuned for more of my Philly Local Series up on my blog. Next up is Yoga at the Aquarium!
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