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Posted by Anonymous on 03/02/2015
It's the best pastry of new york. The croissants are excellent and the quality of services is impeccable.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/03/2014
Their croissants and classic pastries are tops. Specialties are beautiful and delicious. The cafe staff is not the best, but just don't go if you're in a hurry.
Posted by cheri on 01/18/2014
In the last 5 years I've been to NY at least 10 times, and always go back to Ceci's for the croissants! I've had croissants in Paris dozens of times, and never have they compared to these. They are buttery, crisp on the outside, perfect on the inside, pull apart bites of heaven!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/01/2013
Not only did they sell us the most unappetizing bread ever (cooked at least 1 or 2 days before) but they refused to refund us when we came back 1h later, saying that "we always sell it like that and nobody has ever complained". As for the restaurant, the only time we went there they ran out of more than half the menu so we had to go somewhere else.
Posted by berangere on 08/15/2011
We had drinks and pastries at ceci-cela and were really disappointed. The food is really ordinary and the service is terrible. We ordered "langues de chat" listed on the menu at $2,50 and were charged $5. When I told the waiter about the mistake he told me that the price changes but the menu was not updated. I asked to pay the price on the menu, which was already overpriced for what we had, but the waiter refused. I had to talk to the manager. After 5 minutes of arguments, he throw me the money and yelled at me that the service was not included.... We won't come back, there is so many nice places in Soho, don't waste your time there.
Posted by Happy Diners on 05/06/2010
The only "complaint" i have of this little gem is its small space. But it is worth the wait :) Whenever i visit Soho (at least thrice a month), i will not miss the chance to drop by for a cuppa. The viennoiserie line, quiches and tarts are impressive. Give it a shot, you'd love it :)
Posted by Anonymous on 10/28/2008
As a former devotee of Patisserie Claude, I don't mind brusque service, as long as there are good pastries to back up the attitude. I have never been let down at Ceci-Cela, and the atmosphere of the little shop is very homey.